Interesting perspective from a former Deputy Secretary of State under Henry Kissinger.
Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on April 14, 1865.
Stories like this one are one reason I support construction of a border wall. Broadly speaking, there are many issues to consider within the topic of immigration, but none of them matters unless and until our borders can be sealed where they need to be.
“Economics is all about the allocation of scarce resources. There are no gains without costs. Is one really prepared to let the world perish rather than allow the smallest injustice?”
As with many things Epstein, it is fascinating to discover the systemic and mechanical explanations behind a complex topic. Here it turns out that whatever else they may be good for, the 10 Commandments are also good for understanding sucessful market economies.
Good question. I don’t know the answer, but I hope the American people get around to taking it seriously.
After two years and the conclusion of the DoJ’s Special Counsel investigation, it would be nice to just close the books on this sorry affair. But to maintain the health of our Republic there is no option but to follow through as Nunes intends.