President Donald Trump’s attitude toward the nation’s soaring debt is reminiscent of the economist John Maynard Keynes’ famous quote: In the long run, I won’t be president.
He knows when you’ve been bad.
In a recent letter, retired civil engineer Don Ellis suggests investing in a desalting plant near the Pacific Ocean would help wean California off the Colorado River. And Lake Mead water levels would then slowly increase.
Just look at the Wells Cargo situation.
Global warming doomsday scenarios are getting old.
The Senate and House proved this week in passing the $867 billion farm bill, when it comes to spending money they don’t have, party leaders really can reach across the aisle.