It’s a sad reality that when the government dangles free money, millions of people will falsify application forms to try and get some of it.
I don’t know if Trump will bring fascism to the United States. I do know he is what a fascist looks like at this stage of the process.
Unlike many other European nations, however, Cyprus decided to deal with its over-spending problem by tightening belts in the public sector rather than the private sector.
For November, voters turned off by Trump and Clinton may be interested in the likely Libertarian Party ticket of Gary Johnson and William Weld. Johnson is a former governor of New Mexico (1995-2003), and Weld is a former governor of Massachusetts (1991-1997).
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