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Richard D. Lamm is a former governor of Colorado.
There is a story, perhaps apocryphal, about a Chinese scholar who was asked by a student, "What is the longterm impact of the French Revolution?" His answer: "It's too early to tell, it's simply too early to tell."
Fellow investors: Here is our business plan. The route to big profits is to find an industry that is oversized, inefficient, smug, and self-satisfied and then give it an injection of good old-fashioned business competition.
We are sailing into a new world of public policy—a world as strange and new as Columbus discovered. It is a world where infinite government demands have run straight into finite resources.
Importing Revolution tells the sad and tragic tale of how the Ford Foundation has funded practically every pro-immigration group in America for the last 30 years.
A nation's wealth and status is like starlight—what you see is not what is, but what was. Just as the light we see from a distant star started its journey thousands of years ago, so is the nation's current success due principally to past actions.
I have just returned from a trip around the world; a trip where among other things I explored why certain nations succeed brilliantly and other nations stumble along in poverty with marginal economies.
A roundtable debate on immigration.
John Stuart Mill woke up one morning and had this overwhelming feeling that the "answer to the question of the ages" had come to him in the middle of the night. But he forgot what it was.
Imagine yourself going ahead in time—60 years ahead. Imagine yourself in the People's Republic of North America, in the year 2050.
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