Actor Tim Curry, who is known for his restoration of older homes, has sold a house in Los Feliz for $3.2 million. The 1928 Spanish style home was renovated during his ownership while maintaining its period details. The 3,365 square feet of living space includes a study/office, a den, a breakfast room, four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
We know already that the independent analysis says that it would add about $1.5 trillion to the deficit over 10 years. And if these cuts are made permanent, it would last longer it would and it would grow our grow the deficit even further. Here’s what House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi had to say..
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BRYANT: Sure. Well, this is what’s happening is that now you’ve got a great deal of pitchfork mentality. You’ve got a great deal of conversation about whether or not these players are going to be allowed to play again and it’s a really interesting conversation because we’re wondering now, are we taking players’ careers from them? You lose your job when you do something that you shouldn’t be doing, but do you lose your entire career? Should Ray Rice ever play football again? Should Adrian Peterson ever be allowed to play football again? And it makes you wonder if that’s kind of who we are.