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By John R. Bolton
Topic - Joshua Johnson
A Vermont man convicted of animal cruelty charges has been charged with contempt of court for allegedly buying a new horse.
The gridlock and dysfunction inside the Beltway may be directly related to the gridlock and dysfunction on the Beltway.
"When you're starting up your workweek, you account for the time you're going to be at work and you get rewarded for being at work by getting a paycheck. But commuting is sort of a side cost to working that just strains your [mental] resources," Mr. Johnson said.
"If you think your commute's going to be a half-hour and it ends up being an hour, it's more likely to create stress and depletion of mental and time resources," Mr. Johnson said.