Do we pay too much attention to old people? As the world faces the problems of an aging population, we will need to address various questions.
It’s debatable whether the F-35 is a good plane. What’s not debatable is that it’s very expensive.
While Republicans do what it takes to accomplish things, Democrats are constrained by morals and ethics, by wanting to be good and decent people.
A lack of trust is strongly correlated with unhappiness. In the U.S. we are seeing an increasing lack of trust between people on different sides of the partisan divide.
People love to take delight in other people’s misfortune. Sometimes this delight can be a big motivator.
Most people acknowledge that some number of rules are necessary for peace and harmony. They just don’t want the rules applied to themselves.
Some people believe that the State is the cause of great problems and that we would be better off with no government.
You never know, it could happen.
Even his political opponents are wishing President Trump a speedy recovery from Covid-19, but the cats wonder how much of that is genuine, and how much is a result of political correctness and a desire to appear decent and caring.
Decisions by the new Supreme Court will satisfy people’s desire to keep the government out of their lives. Maybe.