As Americans, we need to do better at keeping an eye on what is most important. We tend to spend too much time on trivialities like ridiculous orange skin tones and bad toupees, and not enough on shifts to Medicare that will result in the loss of benefits to people who need it the most.
I was raised to be immensely practical. As such, I had to refuse her very kind and loving offer. My readers might immediately think this has something to do with pride, and I suppose I’d have to admit that that has something to do with it, but not nearly as much as you might think.
The interesting thing about this work is that while Plato sets up the ideal for the government in the first half of the book, he tears it down in the second half explaining why it could never actually work.
Vote, but be sure to be informed when you vote, and ensure that the source of information is trustworthy.
The Dow Jones is higher than it has ever been, and employment is toying with zero, lower than it has been in a very long time. This looks beautiful, but whatever you do, don’t scratch the surface of that image.
We all owe Martin Luther King, Jr. a debt of gratitude for his amazing accomplishments, accomplishments that extends beyond race and touches on the most American sentiment: and Justice for ALL.
You might think that this is just insane (and I would be inclined to agree with you), but is he any crazier than the fact that it actually worked?