When debating issues with liberals, one is confronted with the same general defense: You (the conservative) dont understand the complexity of the issue. The issue has no clear cut right or wrong answer. It is much more nuanced than any conservative can grasp. Poppycock.
In 2008, the worlds richest man, Carlos Slim Helu, saved the Times from bankruptcy. When that guy saves your company, you dance to his tune. So its worth mentioning that Slims fortune depends on tens of millions of Mexicans living in the United States, preferably illegally.
"Lottery," to you, might bring to mind ping-pong balls bouncing around in a glass tube, as millions anxiously wait to see if they'll win millions of dollars.
So, though no fault of your own, you are a young conservative male coming of age in a time when the deck is so heavily stacked against you that its like Michael Moore was leaning on it.
Dear Scott Burgess: I am in receipt of your message saying that I am A douche bag and an embarrassment to our university. Its been several weeks since youve written and I have been busy. But now that I have the time I wish to respond to your concerns that my weekly political column is causing embarrassment to our university and to higher education in general.
Freedom by its very nature is often offensive. We may not agree with what is said or done, but America has always reserved the right, within legal limits, to let citizens exercise their freedom of speech, even if it offends the sensibilities of others.
I don't know about for you, but for me, the most inspiring interview of the week occurred when CNBC's John Harwood interviewed presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders. It generated a couple of thoughts in my head that I'm confident will be game changers.