American Dream turns to economic nightmare - Most Commented
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In Southern California's Inland Empire, unemployment has nearly tripled since the recession began and now tops 15 percent in many towns. Blue collar jobs in construction, manufacturing, trucking and warehousing that fed the boom are not returning as the national economy slowly bounces back. Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports on where residents are turning for shelter from the economic storm.
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My great grandfather started in the coal mines of Southwestern Virginia in 1936 during a time when logging companies such as W.M. Ritter were...NickMullins | Apr 13, 2014
A great passage from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil:
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Every time I try to fix my bike, I make the problem worse and have to go to the bike shop anyway. It doesn't matter how many books and...LLB | Apr 10, 2014
Your article makes a lot of sense. Without the help of food stamps these people that are spending money at Walmart would be on the streets,...mormuno01 | Apr 9, 2014