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When I tried to reason why Yahoo pulled their comment section away from their frontpage I saw their reasoning for it and felt a punch to my gut. Because who the hell cares what other peoples opinions are. Or do they? Hmm... I think people do want to read other's opinions on subjects are just as I do. But now that I gathered my own evidence about Yahoo's pathetic reason as to why they removed it, I realized that they can't be transparent and still control the narrative. Think about it, has Yahoo ever said one pro-Trump verb, adjective, or noun about him? Have you ever heard anything negative about Biden, even though his son was caught with a red herring in his pocket? They need to ensure that salt stays in the wounds by removing any feedback. There are so many Yahoo articles that require a cold slap in the face that it pains me that the public was spat in the face when it came to a end. But I did find out that Yahoo controls the monopoly. Edge uses MSN, which also favors left wing rhetoric. For example, ex mayor Rudy Giuliani has evidence that the Biden's are crooked. But instead his proof is being censored in the left wing news and the left are pulling out all the stops to involve him in a character assassination made up scandal.42 AnswersPolitics3 days ago
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So Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have left their official royal duties, termed megxit. Prince Andrew has been fired from his official royal duties because he got caught being a pedophile. So there are some royal members left that still do official royal duties, and i believe they get paid an amount of money by the government named the soverign grant, or something like that. I must ask, though, what do these royals do in their official royal duties exactly?8 AnswersRoyalty2 days ago
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WHY? I have to reapply for SNAP every year! I am permanently disabled, that won't change - why can't they just have me reapply every ?Favorite Answer:
I've had 2 SSDI reviews, NEITHER time did they require a doctor's note.
in my state, it is every 2 years for food stamps when you are on SSI or SSDI. the people at the anti social service may not know that, they are incapable of following their own directions.
check with your state regs.
SNAP and SS/CDR have NOTHING to do with each other.
finances change, housing/utility costs change, some people get jobs, medical costs change...you have to account for that.
they illegally refuse allowable medical and other deductions...they are supposed to deduct OTC doc approved, medical miles....and you have to haul their asses to court....or accept the lower amount than you are eligible......for those with the most severe disabilities, that is a hardship....i can't go to court, courts refuse reasonable disability accommodations. I can't be away from home more than a couple hours, parking near the court house is deplorable, i really need a motorized wheelchair...or for them to push me in a manual wheelchair from the parking to the court.....and they sure as heck won't do that.10 AnswersPeople with Disabilities3 days ago
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First, Venezuela is a dystopia, not a utopia. Second, it takes more than a POTUS/VPOTUS to change the economy of the US. Some exploiting economic sectors might find themselves with more government regulations to prevent them from exploiting Americans, but the US will always be the most capitalist nation on the planet.92 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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Yes, Biden has been all over the map on fracking. He certainly supports it when he's campaigning in Pennsylvania, for example; but at other times he's against it. Sometimes he says he's for it but wants to phase it out gradually (so, maybe, slowly against it?).29 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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