Thinking Right’s weekend free-for-all. Pick a topic:
- Holy cow! A deficit that’s more than the combined sum of all previous deficits since the founding of America, a deficit equal to three-fourths of the American economy? That’s what we have to look forward to over the next decade. After this administration’s tax collectors come for the rich, and find that insufficient, they’re coming for you. Bet on it. With that, everybody stands before the tax man as “the rich.”
- The absence of 73,800 people “missing” from Georgia’s year-ago labor force is described as an enigma. Here’s an often-overlooked fact: People are very good at determining what’s in their financial interest — and acting. They move. That’s how we filled Gwinnett, Forsyth and Cherokee in the ’80s and ’90s. Those reported “missing” from Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey turned up here.
- Twenty-five million dollars in scholarships to 25,000 kids. Even without his other good deeds, that’s not a bad life accomplishment for