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I remember when I first came to Mesa in 2001, everything was booming. You couldn’t find a parking space at Wal-Mart and all the check-out lights were on and the lines were 10 shopping carts long. I just came back from my Monthly trip to Wal-Mart and was struck by how deserted and down-sized it has become. My Fry’s Supermarket had hordes and hordes of winter visitors, shopping carts full to the brim with top-of-the-line liquor and huge roasts. We “locals” dreaded going shopping. Now we go and there are just 2-3 lanes open because no one is buying anything. Full to the brim shopping carts are as extinct as the dinosaurs.
America doesn't deserve a "AAA" credit rating. The Obama Administration can only pay for 60 percent of our current obligations. We have to borrow the rest by selling treasury bonds to the communist red Chinese army's pension fund. The can that Washington has been kicking down the road is now a $14 trillion monster-sized barrel.
A retired Chicago priest is regarded as well-meaning but culturally out of touch with Pima Indians in connection with his seven-year project to restore an imposing 85-yearold adobe and stucco church in Sacaton.
Jeff Durbin of Mesa earned his retirement pension through 23 years in the military. The former Air Force master sergeant also earned disability payments because of back problems he developed in the service.
October 22, 2004
NEW YORK - AT&T Corp., the nation's largest long-distance carrier, said Thursday it would stop seeking new customers for its traditional consumer long-distance service, once the bedrock of the company known as Ma Bell. The announcement coincided with another big drop in quarterly profit.
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