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  • I'm 18 and am still living with my parents. I have family in Des Moines and would really like to move back there. My family has never moved so I don't have any idea where to begin on how to calculate moving costs, how much money I should have before making the move and how to go from there. I have a full time job and am very self-sufficient at this point and would like to keep it that way. Any tips?
  • "smart kids stay where they at while attending community college at least to get trained in in-demand jobs paying 30,000 -50,000 yearly then stay and work in area for 2 yrs while saving up." I do not know the reason for Rob receiving thumbs down. This comment is a good comment. Iowa isn't going anywhere maybe you should enroll into college,community college or trade school within Iowa or at least obtain employment within Iowa. Use your family address and go there for interviews before making that move. Do not go there without having anything. Families talk about you and would say some hurtful things, if you are depending on them without bringing something to the table. They would make attempts for you to leave soon without contributing to the household. Nobody can live for free within this life. NOBODY Take Care
  • sorry at 18 u want to google homeless shelters where u want to move to. b4 u move u need these at least. a job skill that can b used where u move. u need to find local rents. so local rents are 500 month then u need 4 times that monthly income for qualifying to rent. u will want at least 5 monthly incomes saved up while u live in long term stay motels and look for work or live in your car. smart kids stay where they at while attending community college at least to get trained in in-demand jobs paying 30,000 -50,000 yearly then stay and work in area for 2 yrs while saving up. good knowledge is good luck. u need lots more of both.
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  • The caucus just gives an early indication of how the candidates are doing. Usually a few of those at the very bottom of the list will end up dropping out after Iowa, but as far as determining who will eventually get the party nomination, Iowa has no more say than any other state does. Iowa caucus winners only go on to win the party nomination about 55% of the time.
  • No one remembers that it is ALL Jimmy Carter's fault. 30 years ago, he was unknown, and he targeted Iowa CONTINUOUSLY. When he won, he put the Iowa caucus on the map. HE is responsible for primary races that last for years rather than months or weeks in more reasonable countries. I was born and raised in Iowa, and thank heaven I'm no longer there to be bombarded by what must be an endless, unbearable number of TV commercials.
  • Because unlike primaries caucuses are meeting where a group decides who wins. Iowa is important because they are the first and has several urban and rural places for candidates to go. Plus tradition
  • Because many candidates will drop out if they dont do well in Iowa
  • If Hillary c. is elected the whole US is in trouble
  • Send the money to the Democrat National Committee and to Hillary and Obama's Campaign Committees!!
  • Faster than your right eye lid move to blink. Iowa would be dropped from the USA map on day 2.
  • A very good possibility, since the Dem's have demonstrated their resentfulness since the Republicans won the White House, and took verbal vengeance on all who vote against them.
  • She might possibly suspend the First Amendment, the Second Amendment and/or most or all the Bill of Rights.
  • me I will not put anything past her have you see some of the things shes already gotten by with. The thing at the campaign courtiers was no accident with the hostage someone really wants her or her husband dead sad. Glad no one succeed.
  • if she loses do you think she will give back the defense and chinese money??:-) didn't it really look like she was holding back from tearing women's heads off after all that campaigning she did towards them?:-) I can't wait to see her crack if she loses nh! why do you think she has him out there like she's a cornered shooter hiding behind a kid so she can shamelessly escape?:-)
  • Yes and then she will get the FBI files on every Obama voter and have them auditted by the IRS
  • I would not put anything past her...she is a mean woman who will go after anyone who try`s to get in her way
  • She will now, since she lost the Caucus to Obama!!
  • Grants I don't 100% know though.
  • biggest issue facing iowa was the flood.
  • Just like every other state. They all get there money from Taxes and the Federal Government.
  • Farming (corn) and pigs
  • Pig odor is a localized air quality problem. It has low concentrations of these potent odorous gases such as p-cresol, and those are not necessarily immediately dangerous to our health. However, odor problems are often a starting point for litigation. This is a real problem for many farmers large and small, but small operations in particular can go out of business because of this litigation. This is a real issue to many people. The need to do fundamental research on odor, on controlling odor, and on gaseous dust emissions from livestock is still there.
  • Iowa Senator Tom Harkin chairs the Ag committee. Former Iowa Governor Vilsack is Secretary of Agriculture.
  • I just love all the uneducated, non/anti-scientific questions and answers here. If you ever lived near a pig farm, even MILES downwind, you'd know that pig shlt STINKS, as well as containing methane, which is 20 times more polluting than carbon dioxide (CO2) as well as being extremely volatile (combustible, flammable). In addition, pigs in those factory-farms produce prodigious amounts of poop... what do the farmers do with it? Most of them build holding tanks which are basically open-air dams with millions of gallons of liquid poop fermenting in the sun. South Carolina has more pigs than people. Several years ago, one of those poop-dams broke, releasing millions of gallons of poop into a local river. One of the problems is that the pigs produce poop faster than it can be used for fertilizer, etc. Now switch to Iowa, which has the largest number of pigs of any American state. Every time you eat bacon, ham or pork chops, you are contributing to that problem (not to mention the atrocious conditions that those factory-farm pigs are raised in). What all these anti-scientific attitudes reflect is an unwillingness to acknowledge that city-folks literally don't know shlt about farm animals, waste storage and disposal, toxic gases, fertilizer production, water and air pollution; basically: agronomy, husbandry, economics, finance, research, resource utilization, etc etc etc. They also seem to forget that this budget was crafted mostly under the jurisdiction of Dubya's last year in office. Also, $8 billion in earmarks out of $400+ billion is 2%... now you're being nit-picky. And if you REALLY want to point fingers, point at the 2 Senators from Mississippi, both REPUBLICANS, who have the 2 highest amounts of what you call 'pork' in the proposed budget: HUNDREDS of millions of dollars. So, as long as you're pointing fingers, point them where they belong.
  • Today's hero is Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA), who proposed the $1.8 million pig odor appropriation that has been ridiculed by the likes of anti-earmark zealot John McCain. Harkin has responded to McCain's recent diatribe against the research by explaining why it is so badly needed ... Harkin argued that the money was to replace funds that had been zeroed out for the Agricultural Research Service in then-President George W. Bush's budget last year. Conveniently, the ARS happens to work out of Iowa
  • I know that Obama has a mandatory list of stuff the stimulus money is to go to. And the rest is up to each state. I hope pig odor has a good reason behind being funded because Obama said he WILL be checking back...
  • you are assuming, of course, that it was a democrat who put this in the stimulus bill, if indeed it really is in there. But in reality, dayum, it sounds like a wise thing to know--the difference between pig odor and bullsh*t odor. At any rate, if it provides a job (or jobs) then hey, let iowa go for it--job creation means someone can spend money on goods and services and get the economy going--isn't that the intention of the stimulus bill?
  • They are desperately trying to find a solution to get rid of the STENCH in Washington. So far they have been unsuccessful, so they need more research. I say lets have a revolution and kick the pigs out, that will clean up the air.
  • it's not to help the pig farmers, but to help the stupid neighbors of pig farmers. These people are encroaching on the famers' land that's been used for pig farming for 250 years, and they then complain about the smell. It's worse than the idiots who build their dream house next to an airport that's been there for decades and then complain about the noise. The pig smell issue is thanks to greedy trial lawyers. It has nothing to do with the farmers, believe me.
  • That is a cover-up the money is really for Democratic Politician odor cleanup and worth every penny if successful.
  • Muslims hate pigs. It's just obama working on a way to ban pigs. Don't confuse "pork spending" with pigs. He loves pork spending..
  • Those request come from the Senators from that state not Obama.That's easy to understand if you understand politics. Check with that States Senator for answer its probably a decent request however does the money go for it has a solution already found?Obama will check up on all earmarks for validity.Obama has a plan you just can't see it yet. Long term solutions.
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