They skee-rew us at every turn, while profiting massively on our time and payroll.
Any mention of Senator Feinstein in this article and her grievous conflict of interest in pushing govt pork towards her husband’s company or is this just another hit piece on a Republican? Don’t answer, I’m pretty sure I know the answer.
Yes term-limits. But this writer is onto something I said many times in the last two years: As long as policymakers have the ability to legislate or non-legislate but STILL able to invest in any of America’s critical infrastructure’s you’ll always will have bad policy. Energy is such a recent example but agriculture has been played with for 70+ years since the Great Depression days.
Bill Clinton signed a bunch of executive orders before he left office siphoning off a ton of land as off limits to business. The Clinton’s net worth was $3 M leaving office, but now it is $100 M. Gee, wonder what happened? I guess he gets paid $3 M per speaking engagement.
30 years of no energy independance. You will see little to none until either heads are hanging on pikes or laws are created that forbids investment into things like food, real-estate, energy and defense, the basics of life and necessary for our nations survival for 2 years prior, during and 2 years after term (includes family).
You mean like Blanche Lincoln, Senator from Arkansas who owns a several thousand acre farm in NE Arkansas who directly benefits from the farm subsidies she not only votes for, but cosponsors?
Nahhh... No conflict of interest there. Move along, nothing to see.