Concordia could use the mural to depict what happens when you employ one of their graduates. TFIC
Too bad it is such bad art. That in itself is enough reason to take it down.
Maybe it is the Fluoride in the water that is making so many people idiots
Thanks Dan for being the voice of reason in this debate. It is sad that an educational institution is not educated enough to realize what it is looking at. I spent several years giving tours, interviews, writing articles, etc., on this same subject and here we are back at square one. Score one more for ignorance and one less for reason.
It depends on if they are legal or illegal aliens.
Good! The hispanic workers are the best people. They work hard and are the best asset we have now. Keep them coming. Welcome them. Respect them. Oh, and , by the by, they pay taxes.
Well said, Just the facts. Remain civil and logical and reliant on truth at all times. Thank you...
Donaldaq63 violates the basic rule of civil discourse -- one can disagree without being disagreeable.
When you resort to name-calling, profanity, and just general unneighborliness, your arguments -- regardless of their merit -- get lost in the noise.
Nothing made by men endures. Not monuments, not cultures, not even religions. Let love and happiness prevail over ignorance, hatred, denial, and intolerance.
@ Steve Colson. Quit your whining and crying 'end of Murika' chants. They are tiresome, BORING, and just plain incorrect. People like you are a dying breed. The problem is, you aren't dying fast enough.
I imagine fools like you, and Gubnor Buttch Otter, cheered the Citizens United decision...the one that allowed billionaires and their corporations nearly unlimited power in selecting and electing our leaders at the local, state and federal level.
Keep crying, bitch, because reasonable, sane, and intelligent people know who to avoid and will tune out your worthless rhetoric more easily.
Your words were probably spoken when interracial or interreligious marriages were ultimately deemed legal, but that's for another time. Re "the Court," don't you mean decisions from the Conservative-majority Supreme Court? Then surely you're also referring to "Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission," which granted corporations unlimited spending in elections. Or "Baze v. Rees" (lethal injection isn't cruel and unusual punishment). Or...you get the picture. Yeah, it's pretty clear this right-appointed court (whose approval the left barely contested) is nudging our Rome-like empire in the wrong direction, but our militarism, nationalism, greed, and disregard for the environment, education, literacy, science, logic, etc., aren't helping...
The end of America has come. 2 days of decisions from the Court plus 6 years of this currant occupant of the White house has started our down ward freefall. No I am not a raciest or bigot, I look through the eyes of history. All great empires of the world have failed in the same way massive debt, total loss of a moral compass and loudest minority overrides will of the majority and wards of the State outnumber the taxed beyond reason.
Amen to all of those folks that showed up to have their voices heard. Idaho Power is buying dirty coal futures from other states because it is cheap. But, other states have a terrible mess to clean up because of it. It's time Idaho jump into the 21st century. Climate change ain't going away so let's be smart out there folks!
I understand Senator Crapo's being upset. Yet, at the end of the day, Congress enacted the law, not the Executive Branch. Separation of Powers. We need to move forward. The next step will likely involve moving to a single payor system and then cost control. The bigger issues coming straight at us: global warming consequences; and, Iran. Larry Sirhall
Dissenter Justice Scalia said that going forward it should be called SCOTUScare. ("Affordable Care Act" isn't very accurate - for everybody who's actually paying for their health care, the cost has gone up considerably.)
We're pretty much doomed. The $18 trillion house of cards we've built over the past 50 years or so (under both GOP and Democrat administrations) is going to fall, and I expect it'll be harsh for both rich and poor.
What would you expect to hear from our asinine Congressmen from Idaho? Of course they are going to play 'partisan' politics and 'slam' this decision. Furthermore, why don't all of these 'yahoos' start referring to this healthcare bill as the Affordable Care Act, and not 'Obamacare.'
The reason being is that all of this becomes low hanging fruit. When resources and services are cut it is always to those that have the greatest need. Also those impacted rarely vocalize their concerns and thus it is left for someone such as the UCLU to put a spotlight on the situation. This sometimes comes way to late for many of these people.
35 years.... 35 years and nothing to show for it.
Idaho, you truly are a despicable State.
35 years later? You ought to be ASHAMED of yourselves!
I would like to know Senator Rubio's position on normalization of relations with Canada. Perhaps his trip to Idaho straightened that border issue out.
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