If we didn’t already know Americans have changed quite a bit over the last 40 years, we certainly do now. Unfortunately since 1972 Americans have become less trusting of one another.
Two Questions for European Readers: Why keep any money in banks other than the absolute bare minimum needed to pay bills? How many Cyprus-like confiscations does it take to convince you that leaving money in banks is a bad idea?
In conversations with those opposed to the notion of drone attacks against U.S. citizens, on or away from American soil, I ask a question as a consistency test: Is your opposition based on a blanket principle that no President should have such power, or is it a spurred by a mistrust of the current administration?
It’s difficult to imagine that he was surprised by the outcome.
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