Editorial

Published: 1995-09-01

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This month we saw Magaly, our 23-year-old, off to San Diego State University. Without the left-wing policies of the State and Federal governments, which include student loans, scholarships and other help, she wouldn’t have made it. Her step-father, an otherwise admirable fellow, had 22 years to prepare for this event but he chose all that while to put his hand to other things. I suppose the majority of young men and women in America find themselves in similar boats, thus the perceived necessity for the social programs of a liberal bureaucratic state.

The young lady taking Magaly’s place is Robin DeLoera. All complaints about anything I do wrong should be directed to Robin.


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Author(s): Bradley R. Smith
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Sources: Smith's Report, no. 26, September 1995, p. 1
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Published: 1995-09-01
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