Believe me when I say that I understand if you don't have time to read these articles right now... but this one made me stop and write this piece. It is wonderful that certain people with positions of power are starting to share the truth they know rather than pandering to the ugliness that seems to be taking over in these troubled economic times.
Just this was enough ...
Beck contends that the hundreds of dollars in fees and fines that must be paid to retrieve an impounded car and the disruption to illegal immigrants' often tenuous hold on jobs deal a disproportionate blow to people "who are a valuable asset to our community and who have very limited resources."
In an interview Tuesday, Beck amplified his position: "It's a fairness issue. There is a vast difference between someone driving without a license because they cannot legally be issued one and someone driving after having their license revoked."
Of course, those opposed to this plan are calling it politics... hmmm... what do they call their opposition?
Here is another one ... it was supposed to be heartwarming. I was not warmed or amused... I was befuddled. Seriously, Christmas is saved because the thousands of people who wanted to see Snoopy's Christmas display can still see it?
Los Angeles Times... somehow I knew they would not just highlight the people who wanted the display but didn't care about the homeowner.
This story is much more well-rounded and points out the missteps of the bank and the homeowner and the help many have offered.
Ok...back to writing...