As the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act continues to pour massive amounts of stimulus money into the economy, some European governments have—in a move quite out of character—started to call for austerity measures in regard to government expenditures. Spain's government has recently changed its position
In a recent article entitled "Investing in Evil" University of Chicago student Craig Johnson condemns his college for sanctioning investment in what he calls "institution[s] with blatantly unacceptable and even illegal practices."
Johnson goes on to describe what he sees as a remedy for the situation,
Arizona is reportedly researching how much it will cost taxpayers to prosecute every case of illegal immigration under a “zero tolerance” policy. So far, the task appears hopelessly daunting:
[T]o prosecute these misdemeanors, Arizona would need to have a federal criminal justice system twice the size