This is a cruel, counterproductive path we are on, and that is not a statement of mere opinion. It is the inescapable conclusion of data-driven, cutting-edge economic research based on real-world evidence and the accumulated lessons of American history.
Barack Obama is daring the terrorists. He’s standing in their front yard. He’s calling them out.
That’s a lot of numbers, but they all tell the same story: The United States has the most complicated, most expensive, and most frustrating health care system in the industrialized world — and none of that is due to Obamacare, most of which took effect after the survey.
“Letter to the One Percent” is exactly what it sounds like: a letter to the richest one percent of American households. It is a call to action, a plea for compassion, and a manifesto for the future.
Today’s debate may be polarized, but no one seriously expects half the nation to secede because of it. And yet, in the early days of the American experiment, that’s how controversial the national debt was.