And you learned ecomonics under some of them and came to different conclusion- from your posts you appear boastful and got admission in these school as "legacy child".
There were several in Democratic Administrations who sided with Clinton and against Trumph but you will call them as liberal hoots.
Bill Clinton was impeached because he lied about having sex with a lady who was an intern.
But the ones who prosecuted Bill;
Hastert was caught fondling teenage boys and Newt was doing with other women when married (and even served divorce papers while his ex-wife was undergoing Chemotherapy). Moral men.
And Donald took 97 Fifths during court deposition - during divorce proceeding with Ivana. He claimed his Vietnam was having sex with multitude of women.
Hey he got a MS and MBA from top notch school and top notch schools- top notch economists and Bourbon are poles apart.
Sates with Highest Poverty Rates
Kentucky. • ...
District of Columbia. • Number of people living below poverty during 2013: ...
New Mexico. ...
California being the largest state is not.
I will not post any unless provoked.
When Epipen price debate came- several here where on Hillary bashing mood- though Grassley was the one who rightly asked the question. I am at the frontline of Epipen costs and they raised my ire- I reacted because of what was going on. Then I get called a "LIAR and a #$%$"- yes I could have acted bigger and better and I ask for all sane ones to forgive me from this nonstop political theater.
Thanks though for pointing and asking me to stop this nonsense.
The Myth of Low-Tax America: Why Americans Aren't Getting Their Money's Worth
No, we don't pay as much as most of Europe. We don't get nearly as much, either.
The Atlantic, April 13, 2013.
Mine are not trained- they are outdoors and do what they want. Do not want them any other way. I trained my children enough. My dogs are my buddies to be spoiled and are like my children - to be taken care off.
Harvard University economist Gregory Mankiw, who chaired the council under George W. Bush and has been mentioned as a possible future Fed chairman, said recently on his blog that he would not support Mr. Trump.
I am no fan of the left’s agenda of large government and high taxes, Mr. Mankiw wrote. But they are wrong: Things could be worse. And I fear they would be under Mr. Trump.
To win support from Richard Schmalensee, dean emeritus at the MIT Sloan School of Management and a council member under President George H.W. Bush, Mr. Trump “would have to change both many of his positions and his character,” Mr. Schmalensee said.
Mr. Schmalensee said he planned to vote for Mrs. Clinton, as did Matthew Slaughter, dean of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a council member under President George W. Bush.
I have known personally every Republican president since Richard Nixon, said Harvard University economist Martin Feldstein, who chaired the council under President Ronald Reagan. They all showed a real understanding of economics and international affairs….Donald Trump does not have that understanding and does not seem to be concerned about it. That alone disqualifies him in my judgment.
I did for my two best friends and children today before I came to work.
The Wall Street Journal this month reached out to all 45 surviving former members of the White House Council of Economic Advisers under the past eight presidents, going back to Richard Nixon, to get their views on this year’s presidential election.
Among 17 Republican appointees who responded to Journal inquiries, none said they supported Mr. Trump. Six said they did not support Mr. Trump and 11 declined to say either way. An additional six did not respond to repeated messages. Among the 21 Democrats who responded to the Journal, 14 said they supported Mrs. Clinton, none said they opposed her and seven declined to say either way. One Democratic appointee didn’t respond to messages.
1. California raised taxes on the wealthy in 2012, creating one of the highest marginal tax rates in the country,
California grew just fine in the year the tax hikes took effect… California’s economy grew by 4.1 percent in 2015, according to new numbers from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, tying it with Oregon for the fastest state growth of the year. That was up from 3.1 percent growth for the Golden State in 2014, which was near the top of the national pack.
2. At the same time, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback (R) slashed taxes, leading conservatives to predict great things for the state’s economy. And yet, here we are.
The Kansas economy, on the other hand, grew 0.2 percent in 2015. That’s down from 1.2 percent in 2014, and below neighboring states such as Nebraska (2.1 percent) and Missouri (1.2 percent). Kansas ended the year with two consecutive quarters of negative growth – a shrinking economy. By a common definition of the term, the state entered 2016 in recession.
Your best effort- can not correct defective argument. Unless you are a meathead. Only a meathead like you will agree with what you spew out here.
Sorry, the school did not teach you to think right- what a waste of that education.
Idiot, I take care of southern Blacks very well- they just do not spout nonsense like the meatheads (who are like you). I hang around them a lot but they are not my comedy club performers.
I get along with every RACE.