For the seventh time since the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates on Wednesday.
Richard A: I'm beginning to think that in today's world, there are no more rules, customs, or even coustery in our life today. I'm 75 yrs old now, some of my fondest memories were my friends in school, and we did have rules. Yes you could wear a hat, but when you went into your classroom the hat came off. We also would proudly stand in our first class of the day, stand up and face the flag on the wall, and put our hand over our heart, and say the Pledge of Allegiance to Old Glory. We were taught traditions, such as when you enter a building if you were a male, you took your hat off. When I graduated I wanted to go to college, but I couldn't at that time, so I went to work. Back then we also had a little thing called "The draft" I avoided it by enlisting In the Navy. They too had rules about "hats." or as they were called cover's . All our lives we have traditions and laws to follow. To this day if I am wearing a hat I will take it off when I go into a office. My son lived under my rules as well, and some 30ys later my grand children are following the same rules. There are places that have no need to for politics period. One especially in school.