So he resorts to makin' stuff up.
Reported in Trump makes groundless N.H. voter fraud claims. (Boston Globe, 2/10/2017)
No surprise then to see this headline.
Assembly Plays (2); Bookkeeping Club (2); Carni al (2, 3); Chorus (3); Hi-Y (2); Junior Chamber of Commerce (2), Junior Shorthand Club (3), Traffic Squad (3).
Among those who do support it you have to wonder how well thought out their position is - by a 51/23 margin Trump voters say that the Bowling Green Massacre shows why Trump's immigration policy is needed.
John Holevoet, director of government relations for Wisconsin Dairy Business Association, said he and contract lobbyist Bill McCoshen met with a Walker staff member last fall to discuss agricultural issues, including the merits of a larger role for the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection in regulating the state's largest farms.
The shake-up, included in Walker’s executive budget, could reduce state oversight of for-profit schools, which have weathered criticism for questionable marketing practices and degree programs. The proposal comes as experts also expect federal regulators to take a more hands-off approach to the industry.
The Governor no longer wishes to be pleasured by this group. The EAB board is a seven-member body consisting of representatives of state agencies and other persons possessing a demonstrated interest in educational programs. EAB board members are appointed and serve at the pleasure of the governor.
Top industry contributors to Walker include $7,500 from Herzing College founder Henry Herzing and his wife, Suzanne, of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and $5,000 from the political action committee of California-based Bridgepoint Education . Bridgepoint has been the subject of numerous lawsuits and investigations by the federal government and about a half-dozen states, including Iowa, New York and California, for fraud, consumer protection violations and recruiting practices.For Profit Higher Education:The Failure to Safeguard the Federal Investment and Ensure Student Success, (U.S. Senate Health, Education Labor and Pensions Committee, 7/20/2012)
The Dixons are not alone: They live in one of the cities hit hardest by the national opioid epidemic, in the state with the highest rate of addiction-related deaths. In 2015, Huntington's fatal overdose rate was nearly nine times the national average. [emphasis added]
The company will stop delivering directly to stores and is shifting to a warehouse system. Kellogg will still deliver to wholesalers, but stores will be responsible for their own ordering and delivery. Kellogg already uses the warehouse system for its Pringles, Frozen Foods and Morning Foods brands.
"The consumer and retail landscape continues to change," Kellogg's Chairman and CEO John Bryant said in a statement. "We have to change the way we reach and communicate with consumers. Because our customers' and our own warehouse distribution systems have become more efficient and effective, we can now redeploy resources previously tied to DSD and direct them to the kinds of brand investments that drive greater demand with today's consumers − ultimately growing our business and our retailers' businesses."
But breakfast cereal, both as a cultural marker and a profit center, is at a crossroads. Since the late 1990s, its popularity has been slowly fading. Sales, which totaled $13.9 billion in 2000, dipped last year to about $10 billion.. (A drop of more than 25%)
Although there is plenty of anxiety in Washington about the shaky early performance of the Trump administration, don’t count Senator Mitch McConnell among the hand wringers;