"The Cafferty File": $2.4 trillion for war?How confident should American parents be in the safety of toys from China?
As a parent, I have zero confidence with the toy industry in America. I see all these recalls as an example of an industry only concerned with profits with little regard to safety. -William, Rockford, Illinois
How confident am I in Chinese products? Very! Very confident that they are dangerous and should be banned-period! -Bob, Denver, Colorado
Not confident at all and it is a good thing. Perhaps frugality will be achieved and we will realize our children do not need to be spoiled rotten as they are today, we do not need to support sweatshops, we do not need to support the largest military threat to American interests.-Connor, Sea Cliff, New York
No confidence. Thank God my kids are grown, but I do have grandchildren. I shop very carefully. If you look hard enough, you can find stuff actually made in the USA. Just today, I bought a pair of athletic shoe strings, yep, made in the USA. I check all the catalogs and if it says import I move on. I am going to boycott anything made in China. It can be done. -Jody, West VirginiaShould lawmakers crack down on "sanctuary cities"?
Jack, How can a country survive obeying only some of its laws and not others? Presidents and illegals can break the law but Average Joe will go to jail for stealing a loaf of bread to feed his family. What a great country! -Pete, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Jack, The "lawmakers" should not have permitted the sanctuary cities to exist at all in the United States. I feel that the horse left the barn many months ago and the situation is probably irreparable. -Michael, Reno, Nevada
I wish our elected leaders and potential leaders would quit posturing for votes and offer some solutions that have a realistic chance of working. The illegal immigrants are here, they're not going away. Let's try to find a way to deal with them. -Peter, Middletown Connecticut
Jack, Of course they should, but of course they won't. -Susan, Anderson, Alaska