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Bernie Sanders' Tax Plan - Effect on Incomes
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+William Bartholomew It also specifically ignores how this would affect the deficit, i.e. start closing it -- something the Right is always griping that Democrats/liberals never do (...which is untrue generally, but here's a specific example).

Come to think of it... when we do deficit spending to keep the economy from tanking, that's bad because it's "out of control spending" -- but when we close the deficit, that's bad because we're using "other people's money" to do it. There's just no pleasing some people.
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Probability of survival to age 50 for females in 21 countries.
RED = U.S.
GREY = Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and West Germany.
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Large U.S. cities by percentage of foreign-born residents (over 400,000 total population)
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I was interested, because there's a distinct difference in the definitions of 'immigrant' and refugee' so, employing the same source, even though I would not normally quote it in isolation:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_refugee_population
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The urge to change the world is normally thwarted by a near-insurmountable barricade of obstacles: failure of imagination, failure of courage, bad governments, bad planning, incompetence, corruption, fecklessness, the laws of nations, the laws of physics, the weight of history, inertia of all sorts, psychological unsuitability on the part of the would-be changer, the resistance of people who would lose from the change, the resistance of people who would benefit from it, the seduction of activities other than world-changing, lack of practical knowledge, lack of political skill, and lack of money. Lack of money is a stubborn obstacle, but not as hopelessly unyielding as some of the others, and so would-be world-changers often set out to overcome it. Some try to raise money, but that can be depressing and futile. Others try to make money, but it’s hard to make enough. There is a third, more reliable way to overcome this obstacle, however, and that is to give away money that has already been made by somebody else, and has already been allocated to world-changing purposes. This is the way of the grant-makers of the Ford Foundation.
Walker at the Ford headquarters. “In the sixties, when you came to see the president,” he says, “it was meant to be intimidating.” Credit Photograph by Andrew Moore for The New Yorker
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"“It is clear that a very badly made boat will end up at the bottom after one or two voyages and thus never be copied. . . . It is the sea herself who fashions the boats, choosing those which function and destroying the others.”
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The giant panda named Tian Tian frolicking in the snow at the Smithsonian National Zoo
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Abraham Lincoln
Annual Message to Congress -- Concluding Remarks
December 1, 1862

Fellow-citizens, we cannot escape history. We of this Congress and this administration, will be remembered in spite of ourselves. No personal significance, or insignificance, can spare one or another of us. The fiery trial through which we pass, will light us down, in honor or dishonor, to the latest generation. We say we are for the Union. The world will not forget that we say this. We know how to save the Union. The world knows we do know how to save it. We -- even we here -- hold the power, and bear the responsibility. In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free -- honorable alike in what we give, and what we preserve. We shall nobly save, or meanly lose, the last best hope of earth. Other means may succeed; this could not fail. The way is plain, peaceful, generous, just -- a way which, if followed, the world will forever applaud, and God must forever bless.
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Is there a politician alive today who can match such language -- without the aid of a staff of writers?
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As of 2010, about 48% of the world population lives in nations with sub-replacement fertility (a total fertility rate that, if sustained, leads to each new generation being less populous than the previous one).
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The tragedy of collectivist thought is that while it starts out to make reason supreme, it ends by destroying reason because it misconceives the process on which the growth of reason depends. It may indeed be said that it is the paradox of all collectivist doctrine and its demand for the “conscious” control or “conscious” planning that they necessarily lead to the demand that the mind of some individual should rule supreme—while only the individualist approach to social phenomena makes us recognize the super-individual forces which guide the growth of reason. Individualism is thus an attitude of humility before this social process and of tolerance to other opinions, and is the exact opposite of that intellectual hubris which is at the root of the demand for comprehensive direction of the social process. --- Friedrich Hayek in The Road to Serfdom
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My experience with ATT was AWFUL. First, I bought a Samsung phone and a Samsung tablet from this store with ATT service for both. The battery life on the tablet turned out to be far below what Samsung claims to the point that I could only use it for less than 30 minutes on a full charge before it needed to be recharged. I took the tablet to this store and they told me, sorry, THAT I COULD NOT GET A RETURN OR REPLACEMENT for the tablet that I *bought from ATT* at the ATT store. They told me to contact Samsung. I contacted Samsung and they put me through much frustration without solving the problem. So I'm left with a DEFECTIVE SAMSUNG TABLET that ATT won't accept back EVEN THOUGH THEY SOLD IT TO ME! I decided to switch carriers. Guess what, I found that I can get BASICALLY THE SAME SERVICE FOR ONE THIRD THE COST. In order to switch, I need to get my Samsung phone unlocked. Well, what do you know, ATT DOES NOT UNLOCK PHONES AT THE ATT STORE. You have to call customer service. So, in summary, ATT sells crap, and REFUSES TO ACCEPT DEFECTIVE ITEMS BACK. If you need a simple service like getting YOUR PHONE unlocked, they can't do it at the store. And the PRICING for their crummy service IS FAR ABOVE OTHER CARRIERS. My advice: save yourself major headaches and STAY AWAY FROM ATT!
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Fantastic fish tacos! Friendly staff. Awesome location among rolling hills.
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