Maybe if she named her kids normally they would be one degree less screwballs than they are.
Sarah Palin's family was thrust back into the spotlight over the weekend after her son Track Palin was arrested over a domestic violence incident, and newly released details from the police affidavit paint a dark picture of what happened.
A 28-year-old war veteran, Track Palin has been charged with first-degree burglary, fourth-degree assault and criminal mischief.
According to police records, Track Palin is accused of breaking into his parents' home and beating his father during a domestic dispute. His mother, Sarah Palin, reportedly called police during the incident warning that her son was "freaking out and was on some type of medication."
The affidavit filed by Wasilla Police Officer Adam LaPointe also claims Track told his father, Todd Palin that he planned "to beat his ass."
Todd Palin allegedly brandished a gun for protection when his son first arrived, and at one point during their encounter Track Palin pleaded with his father to shoot him, according to the affidavit.
No smarti I am not gloating. I am just passing on the news of hte day! Addiction effects every family in some way or is yours perfect? Maybe your presidential choice should be addressing the opium addictions in this country instead of foercing us down with some tax plan that only he and the chosen few on the top are getting any bennie from. How about that!
Do you collect a paycheck? If so, come back in a month and expound further on this pls.?
You mean the minor tax decrease they are TEMPORARILY giving to Americans in a weak effort to hang on for the midterms? While the mega corporations are given a simple, MAJOR tax decrease that will be ad infinitum.
You may be a fool who chomped down on this BS but many of us are not. Talk to me when your taxes go up and the mega corporations haven't trickled crap downward.
Why am I not surprised that all prolicker cares about is the temporary meager pittance he will see in his next paycheck, assuming he is indeed one of hte employed.
Pay attention to something besides MSNBC joey. Those tax cuts for individuals are good for 10 years. Pretty sure we'll have a democrat president before that time that will gladly participate with a compliant congress in rescinding those tax cuts and raise taxes on all of us (not to mention corporations) again to fund ubiquitous entitlement programs.
Meanwhile, I'll gladly take a personal tax cut for the next 8-10 years and my company will do quite well under the new guidelines.
The Switch AT&T, Comcast say GOP tax bill will mean $1,000 bonuses for employees By Brian Fung December 20 at 6:08 PM
(Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News) AT&T said Wednesday that it plans to invest an additional $1 billion into its U.S. networks in 2018 and give hundreds of thousands of employees a one-time bonus after the passage of the Republican-led tax bill in Congress.
The additional funding is expected to support AT&T's expanding high-speed Internet networks, as well as the next generation of wireless data, known as 5G, the telecom company said.
?Congress, working closely with the President, took a monumental step to bring taxes paid by U.S. businesses in line with the rest of the industrialized world,? said Randall Stephenson, AT&T's chief executive, in a statement.
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As many as 200,000 employees will receive a bonus of $1,000 under the plan, according to AT&T.
AT&T spent about $23 billion building out its infrastructure in 2016, and estimates earlier this summer suggested that the company was on track to spend $22 billion in 2017.
If the economy grew at 4% per year, the government would collect more than $3 trillion in additional revenue over the coming decade, matching the revenue that the Administration proposes to generate by raising income tax rates on the highest earners and allowing some business tax cuts to expire.
What do you think those companies do with that money?
Increase production and profit by converting to more automated systems as they can afford to, continue to ship jobs overseas to get the most labor for the lowest cost and stash money in off shore accounts to avoid paying even the reduced tax rates they?re being handed? Something along those lines.