After World War II, the United States did not try to transform Germany and Japan into its colonies — as past conquerors did — but set about restoring the economic strength and political independence of the nations it had defeated.
When it comes to the press, Trump’s bark is worse than his bite. Obama, on the other hand, rarely barked. He just bit. Often. Yet the “free and independent” press didn’t protest vigorously. It makes you wonder why.
It’s generally harmless when politicians make extravagant promises about things they say they can make happen 30 years from now, when most of them will be dead. But let’s examine just what steps the nations of the world would have to take to achieve that global 2050 net-zero target.
We must choose a path of liberty that preserves our constitutional republic or resign ourselves to the fact that, by the acceptance of our omission from participating in our self governance, we must be content living under a more communist-style rule.
Her seriously disturbed son went looking for the rifle, found it, murdered his mother with it, and then murdered 20 children and six adults at the school. The survivor plaintiffs now want Remington to pay them millions in damages. It’s now up to the Connecticut federal court to decide.
The lesson here is if you don’t want to have a mandatory paid family leave program with its accompanying $30 million to $80 million payroll tax, then you should not support Scott’s proposed voluntary program either.
The Green Mountain state has finished last or second-to-last every year since 2008. New Hampshire finished 16th, and continues to climb the chart.
With the 2020 presidential election less than a year away, America’s voter registration rolls are woefully out of shape. Yet well-funded liberal organizations are working to stop states from cleaning up their rolls.
Embezzlement is committed quite frequently, especially against small municipalities, businesses and nonprofits. Past punishments don’t come anywhere near what is in the statute.
An independent panel found the agreement would add $68.2 billion to the U.S. economy, create 176,000 jobs and boost dairy exports to Canada by $227 million. However, Congress has yet to vote on this truly important bill.
“This is not just going on in blue states,” England said of the movement to bypass the electoral college. “This is a serious threat wherever you live. Red state, purple state, there are people there lobbying to hijack the Electoral College.”