So, who gets the credit?
“That comes out to a property tax rate of roughly 0.25 percent…”
“…the more economically exclusive the institution, the more likely the students have attempted to hinder free speech.”
Or maybe three?
Could feed a family of four in America for over a year and a half.
Take the money and run
Feel the Bern.
Backfire on abortion?
“It’s like a bad fart.”
“I’ll tax the rich THIS MUCH!”
Income inequality? Or bad data tracking?
It isn’t about “income inequality”, no matter how the media tries to sell that
“…not its facsimile.”
Two week’s notice.
Denouncing the Kulaks.
After the Financial Times released the findings of its investigation into “Capital in the Twenty-First Century” author Thomas Piketty’s number-crunching …
And not just on salaries.
Petard, hoist, some assembly required.
Any Lies of the Year?
Plus, be careful of the allies you wish for.
“He will … remind the Tea Party and its supporters that government can be a force for good.”
“Primarily face-saving devices.”
“I cannot conduct diplomacy on behalf of the whole of the U.S. government…”
Not kids. Not harmless. Not “a job”