Government That’s Big and Does Create Jobs

By: Thursday August 25, 2011 7:00 pm

While the grindingly slow process of working an initiative through the congress, funding it and getting the agencies at state and local levels into action seems like stasis, eventually the program the administration has worked long and hard for does arrive.

That big government can take so long that it seems impossible, but what it can accomplish with public service from those elected by the taxpayers is a very good use of the taxes we pay.

Reality Intrudes on Cancun Climate Conference

By: Saturday December 11, 2010 3:30 pm

Against all predictions, the world’s nations met in conference on the climate and accepted the reality that a desperate situation demands rational action. It’s absolutely riveting that an agreement has been hammered out in recognition of our world’s deteriorating situation, despite all the past disagreements among nations.

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