ADM last year reported net sales of about $90 billion. Over the decades, it has been the beneficiary of billions of dollars in federal subsidies and other programs. That makes the $1.2 million a year in job-creation Illinois tax credits for which the company has applied as part of an anticipated in-state relocation of its global headquarters to Chicago look like a glorified “25 cents off” offer.
Yep. A company with a $24 billion market cap is haggling over a $24 million, 20-year incentive from a state that’s teetering on the edge of insolvency. Then again, that’s how she got rich, dearie.
Hey you stupid black n——- b——, how does it feel to walk in an all-white neighborhood?” Diamond, 45, yelled from his porch, according to a police report. The woman said she kept walking and Diamond yelled, “You hear me? You must be from Englewood,” the police report states.
The woman, who was wearing a nurse’s uniform and had a stethoscope around her neck, told Diamond, “I’m not from around here” and said she worked at Resurrection Medical Center.
Diamond, who is white, then got off the porch and ran after her, screaming, “If I see you in my neighborhood again, I’m going to rape you and hang you from a tree,” the police report said.
"He jumped off his porch and chased me down,” the woman said. He tried to grab her but she was able to get away, she said.
Manditory reading for the majority of the Supreme Court of the USA who presided over Shelby County v. Holder.
It is clear that Tammy Duckworth makes Joe Walsh feel inadequate. Whether it is because of her military service, because he has nothing comparable to run on or talk about, or simply because she is a woman is unclear. However, his “Ashleigh, Ashleigh” extravaganza strongly suggests that it is women who make him feel inadequate. In any case, it follows a pattern that indicates that Walsh has severe issues with women. Personally, I suspect they make him feel inadequate because he is inadequate.