Never take other people for granted. There is a point of no return in all relationships.
Editorial demagoguery against “predatory” lending might well be called predatory journalism — taking advantage of other people’s ignorance of economics to score ideological points, and promote still more expansion of government powers that limit the options of poor people especially.
Nothing is easier than to prove that America, or any other society of human beings, is far from being the perfect gem that any of us can conjure up in our imagination.
What is the overriding national issue that makes this year’s Congressional elections so crucial?
The safety of the American people takes second place to the goal of helping people overseas.
Why Republicans would bring up the subject of immigration during an election year is beyond me. Yet Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner seems drawn to the subject like a moth to a flame.
Some pundits are saying that President Obama has been floundering in his response to the ISIS crisis because public opinion polls show most Americans don’t want another war.
A child can be years behind schedule in beginning to speak and yet go on to have a perfectly normal life.
Cheap politicians turn out to be very expensive politicians, in the way they waste money, even if they are not stealing it.
An employer is not hiring people in order to acquire dependents and become their meal ticket. He is hiring them for what they produce.
If you assume that Barack Obama is trying to protect the safety and interests of the United States and its allies, then clearly he has been a monumental failure.
With many people now acting as if it is time for “a woman” to become president, apparently they have learned absolutely nothing from the disastrous results of the irresponsible self-indulgence of choosing a President of the United States on the basis of demographic characteristics, instead of individual qualifications.