Michael T. Hertz: If Amazon and Facebook were owned by the nation, don’t you think we could figure out ways of rewarding their leaders for good ideas and hard work?
Michael T. Hertz: The unfortunate things is that Sanders, Warren, Gabbard, and Brown risk drawing votes away from one another, opening the race to a more conservative Democrat. So what to do?
Michael T. Hertz: In the U.S., the Congress has become less representational than a block on progress. I would prefer to have a ”Cincinnatus system,” which is based on the limited dictatorship in Rome.
Michael T. Hertz: The real answer for those of us on Medicare who live overseas is to permit us to get treatment where we live. For me, in Mexico.
Michael T. Hertz: If you live outside the United States more or less permanently, you aren’t covered unless you have some way of getting back inside relatively easily.
Michael T. Hertz: The Court agrees with Trump’s argument because the tweet in question constitutes “rhetorical hyperbole” normally associated with politics and public discourse in the United States.
Michael T. Hertz: I support the idea that the caravan should proceed to the border and forcing President Trump to face humanity. And I think that the American expat volunteers should be part of that movement.
Michael Hertz: Murkowski concentrated on the “appearance of impropriety” as the standard, while Collins focused on the presumption of innocence
Michael T. Hertz: I thought the testimony of Professor Ford was riveting, and I thought the testimony of Brett Kavanaugh was both emotional and yet wanting.
Michael Hertz: The real question is whether this incident demonstrates an antipathy by Kavanaugh towards women’s rights or a willingness to partake in illegal acts.
Michael T. Hertz: The privatization that concerns me most is the suggestion that we put the military into private hands.
Michael T. Hertz: C’mon Bernie! C’mon, Justice Democrats. Don’t suck on sour grapes. I’m one of your big supporters, and I hate what you’re doing.
Michael T. Hertz: Relative to wages, the cost of housing, education, medical care, retirement, food, and clothing has skyrocketed. And fewer and fewer people have been able to enjoy the things that Roosevelt pointed to as minimum rights for all of us.