There's not much point in a budget surplus that's not used...

Bergerisms

June 30, 1999|By Dan Berger

There's not much point in a budget surplus that's not used for debt reduction.

Maryland privatized juvenile prisons in 1992. Only now people are starting to wonder why.

Everyone favors the current health care system except patients, physicians, employers and research and teaching hospitals.

Turkey can kill Abdullah Ocalan. Most countries would. That's not the same as ending Kurdish rebellion.

It's hard to play cops and robbers before the cops arrive, as they are learning in Kosovo.

Lawrence Bell for president of the City Council!

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