I don’t and won’t subscribe to the LA Times. So, I’ll make an assumption based on the headline that the author is doesn’t believe in individual responsibility. Most people will do the right thing, if they are asked. If they are told by some half-a$$ed politician who is member of the ‘Do As I Say Not I Do’ club, rebellion is likely.
The people in Alberta and Saskatchewan often find they have more in common with the people of the Dakotas and Montana than eastern Canada. Once upon a time, BC kind of fell into that category, but not sure where they are now.
Note to responders – Joe and the people he has picked so far, have long and public histories. None of those histories include accomplishments.
So if requiring our allies to pay for their own defense at the levels they agreed to, is called dissing, then you are correct. But you last statement says that you would be happy to have your taxes increased to pay for Europe’s defense while they put their money into social programs for their people.
Dream on. I also know a good many people who had to start getting their paychecks docked because their company couldn’t justify the huge expense above what they had been paying. I also know a good many people whose deductible went through the roof in order to get a payment somewhat close to what they had been paying before.
And, if necessary, the Supreme Court.
Look! A blue burglar.
You mean like in NYC, Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, Baltimore, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, D.C.
Here is a clue about ‘caring people’. They don’t expect government to do the caring.
I managed to take a bit of history in my years at college, before PC and liberal professors. You seem to think you know who real historians are, name some.