The go-to line for someone poking fun at Bernie Sanders incorporates his phrasing of, “the millionaires and billionaires.” The line is funny for a few reasons: his accent, his gestures, the socialist stereotype.
In Meacham’s biography of Thomas Jefferson, he explains that while Thomas Jefferson was President, a French baron visited and brought to the President’s attention a newspaper openly criticizing Jefferson.
Imagine if you built a career geared toward one crowning achievement: breaking the glass ceiling and becoming the ruler of the United States as a woman.
Imagine if you were also a very untrustworthy, unlikable person and a very untrustworthy…
I just read this: http://theweek.com/articles/588259/how-rand-paul-whiffed-marco-rubios-child-tax-credit
It may be hard for many of those we call baby boomers to remember exactly why they began to champion the causes they currently claim as their own. Old age has a habit of diminishing one’s brain, especially if that…
Most can agree that you should not hit or shove another person. Most can agree that you should not kill another person. Those who choose not to agree are sent to prison.
Fictional John owns a fictional solar panel company; they build solar panels in the United States. It costs John $1,000 to get the parts to build his solar panel and he sells the finished panels for $3,500 a pop.
One of the biggest critiques those on the left have of Libertarians (better described as those trying to justify their vote for Hillary Clinton) is our support for unlimited private contributions to political campaigns.