“Over and over again, in fact the cornerstone, one of the cornerstones of his campaign was that he was not going to cut Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid,” Sanders said. “He wasn’t ambiguous about this . He said this over and over and over again, and I suspect that many millions of senior citizens in this country, millions of working class people who do not want to see Social Security or Medicare or Medicaid cut, voted for him for that reason.”.
The interior’s been redone in adherence to Icon’s “No Plastic” ethos. The stock looking dash is an original Icon design, vents and knobs are billet aluminum or stainless steel. The first gen Ford Mustang steering wheel sits at the end of a tiltable column, ahead of Dakota Digital analog gauges.
We don see even a mild correction for either the Toronto or pistol hot Vancouver markets in 2016.LePage own internal surveys do say foreign markets are impacting Toronto and Vancouver real estate, but the money is coming from beyond the European Union.Its surveys of agents in the second quarter found 71 per cent in the GTA and 74 per cent in Greater Vancouver reported an increase in activity from foreign investors who were defined as having lived outside Canada for the last six months. LePage said 35 per cent of agents in the GTA and 37 per cent in Greater Vancouver believe foreign ownership accounts for less than 10 per cent of sales.Government continues to consider measures to deal with the impact of foreign owners and the federal finance minister has promised to create a working group of provincial and municipal counterparts to consider the issue in Toronto and Vancouver. On Monday, British Columbia agreed to grant Vancouver the right to tax owners of vacant property a move seen as being at least partially aimed at foreign investors.Soper cautioned against government getting too involved in the housing market.remain convinced that heavy handed use of tax policy in an effort to artificially influence asset values in an open market economy like ours is fraught with peril, particularly in a cyclical industry like housing.
But I think the sad truth lies in another factor: the tempo of the game. Let’s face it, baseball requires a longer attention span to follow than football. Time between plays makes the game seem longer, and today’s fans, influenced more and more by fast action video games and instantaneous texting, are simply not willing, or perhaps able, to concentrate on the slower paced game of baseball..