Paul concludes his weekly wrap-up of stories.
Paul Jacob’s recap of the week begins with a tale of press bias, insider powerlust, taxation, and . . . Tim Eyman.
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