With all the attending awfulness you expect. The laxness, the arrogance – the terrible performance. (See: ObamaCare, the Post Office, “green energy,” your Department of Motor Vehicles,….) And the willful denial of the fact that innumerable past failures – portend more of the exact same, should we be foolish enough to yet again try the exact same.
In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, we listen in as Heartland Policy Advisor Gary MacDougal goes on NPR to discuss the 2015 welfare reform report card and Missouri’s failing grade. MacDougal is also joined by Jeanette Mott Oxford, a former Missouri State Representative and Executive Director of Empower Missouri.
In a recent interview with National Public Radio host Diane Rehm, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said his company “has a very strong view that we should make decisions in politics based on facts. And the facts of climate change are not in question anymore. Everyone understands climate change is occurring, and the people who oppose it are really hurting our children and our grandchildren and making the world a much worse place. We should not be aligned with such people. They’re just literally lying.”
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