With the economy in a tailspin, the last thing we needed was a gas shortage. Some people have been camping out at gas stations just to be able to fill their cars. John Hood, Mint Hill native and president of the John Locke Foundation, offers a solution to how the crisis could have been better handled: prices for gas should have been raised during the shortage to prevent non-essential users from topping off their tanks.
Like a lot of Americans, Mint Hill Times columnist Leslie Southerland doesn’t know which way she is going to vote in the presidential election November 4.
I hope I can make a decision about who I think is truly the best candidate. And if not, I’ll just revert back to my thirteen-year-old rebellion and vote for the one nobody wants me to vote for. And maybe I’ll stick my tongue out while I press the button, just for effect.
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