Somewhere along your academic journey, you decided your search for intellectual validation was more important than the actual exchange of information. Now how do you expect to actually learn anything? American society tells men, but especially white men, that their opinions have merit and that their voice is valuable, but after four years of listening to white boys in college, I am not so convinced.
Monday marked the stock market's worst day of following news that the president would levy more tariffs on Chinese consumer goods. So their economy, which has been deteriorating, you can look at any long chart of Chinese investment, retail sales and so forth, and you see a steady downdraft. Their GDP, which is probably inflated by several points, is coming in lower and lower.
The Blaze. Even a stopped clock is right twice a day, as the saying goes. I will be attacked by fellow conservatives for saying this but so be it, this Alabama abortion ban is too restrictive.
But what if the U. Three decades ago, Trump the real estate mogul railed against Japan-style tariffs and a zero-sum view of economic relationships. They have ended up winning the war.
During the day, more than 1, high school and college kids listened to speeches by big names like Ben Shapiro, Donald Trump, Jr. By night, some of those same students got blackout drunk. Witnesses describe a scene reminiscent of "Animal House.
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Howard is a World War II veteran who became a mechanic; when he was younger he worked on automobiles for a local Chevy dealership, and then on commercial airliners for United Airlines out at the airport. Jean was a housewife and part-time sales clerk. They worked hard, saved their earnings, bought a house, opened passbook bank accounts for their five kids to save their dimes, sent all five of those kids to college.