Fewer people will die in ambulances or waiting for fire trucks.
Everything that moves between producers and consumers — which is to say, every consumer good and manufacturing input — will be transported more efficiently.
It’s nonsense on stilts, but it bestrides our politics, and not only on the populist Right: Bernie Sanders makes his dacha money selling the same pipe dream.
But if we are going to look backward, let’s look back even farther.
A..” "They walked into the restaurant and when Brittany opened the door I could see her large engagement ring! The biggest blessing has been finding the love of my life and the ONE he has promised me… Anyone out there have stories like me where you spent a lot of life in fear of something only to do it and the thing you were afraid of you become a lover of?! I truly believe faith comes by hearing and I love love love hearing other people's faith overcoming fears stories! She is my best friend and the best teammate to shine brighter with,” the 32-year-old continued.
I try to live a lifestyle of gratitude and appreciate everyone and everything I have every day,” Lutz wrote on Instagram.
“This year has been the best year of them all and I am extremely thankful and grateful to go on all of life’s adventures with my best friend and dream wife!!!
As Cowen put it in his book title, “Average Is Over.” , in which he found both Left and Right looking back wistfully to a half-understood post-war economic and political settlement that is of very little relevance to the year 2017.
That nostalgia infests our current politics: Consider the Trump administration’s fixation on such 20th-century businesses as steel and automobile manufacturing while the current and emerging titans of the 21st-century economy are held in skepticism, if not contempt.