Why the Feds Need to Close the Costco and Barnes & Noble stores

The feds should shut down all the Costco outlets, Barnes & Nobles stores, and every other store that sells booze and beer, because they have a huge problem with alcohol consumption.

A new report from the Center for Public Integrity and the nonprofit watchdog group Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) lays out the problem with the Costco-owned alcohol store chain.

The report says that the store chains’ stores are a source of alcohol abuse, and that they are failing to control their consumption of alcohol.

It also cites Costco as the second largest source of illegal alcohol consumption in the U.S., and that its sales and sales reps have been seen to openly and repeatedly engage in alcohol sales and promotion in public places, such as on television and in movie theaters.

Costco is also one of the largest retailers of alcohol in the country, accounting for more than one-third of the nation’s alcohol sales, according to the report.

FAIR, which has been tracking alcohol sales in the United States since 2011, found that Costco sales to the U