The Hong Kong situation rings around the world, with the keywords being “freedom” and “democracy.”
The week started out with a big story….
Paul Jacob talks about the huge areas of agreement among Americans, even in this Age of Trump and Ideological Disunity:
This Week in Common Sense focuses on the previous weekend’s massacres, and what must be done to prevent future atrocities.
This Week in Common Sense, focusing on the notion of a “Universal Basic Income”: Note: the sound isn’t as good as usual. Next week we will be up to snuff.
Paul responds to a reader comment.
This Week in Common Sense for the final full week of July 2019. Paul focuses his review of the week on the Sanders/Tlaib minimum wage stories:
Paul tells tales from the early days of the movement — featuring stories about Speaker Tom Foley, Representative Dick Armey, and Senator William Proxmire — and also explaining precisely why people love term limits so much. Inspiring: Attention to advertising, Representative Dick Armey and Senator William Proxmire. Oh, and Sam
Senator Claire McCaskill? President Donald Trump? “The Squad”? In this weekend’s “This Week in Common Sense,” Paul covers the most vexatious story of this past week:
Reviewing this last week’s big stories:
There should be no legally required military or “national” service: