Jul 06, 2015

Is the World Becoming Fed Up? | Works and Days

Given European socialism, and given its therapeutic culture that assumes morality is relative and situational, it is quite stunning -- especially to the Greeks -- that suddenly debts are to mean not endless negotiations, haggling, blame-gaming, and contextualization, but are reduced to something akin to Calvin Coolidge’s snarky alleged quote, “They hired the money, didn’t they?”Aside from the...

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