Charles Krauthammer would raise the gas tax while weakening Social Security and still neglecting roads.
Especially when the purpose is safety and the revenue is directed thusly.
For every person who demonstrated, there are many more who are sympathetic.
Boomers don't want to be called old, so some of them are inventing substitutions. We could expand this idea. To wit:
Pursue offenders as a matter of criminal justice, not Muslims as a matter of broad rage.
Let people enjoy the new vision on downtown Minneapolis' signature street without the distraction and danger of vehicles.
That would be windchills of 35 below vs. 35,000 students.
American Indians are seriously underrepresented on the federal bench. Here are a few names.
If small-game hunting is on the decline, perhaps hunters are raising their standards.
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