MR. RUSSERT: Robert Reich, on program said...
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Mr. Gagnon has a list of recommendations but said one dwarfs all others: reducing America’s growing budget deficit, which is fueling foreign investment in the United States as the government turns to other nations to finance its spending.
About eight years ago I went through a process where I realised I wasn’t aligned with the person I wanted to be or the life I want to live. It was tough, really tough. In fact, it was absolutely crushing. But without that realisation, I would still be that person, in that place, and I would still be unconsciously resenting my life. There is a tremendous cathartic benefit in looking at where your ideas about yourself are being challenged by experience. Like I said, it’s rough, but in the long run it will