10 Most Wanted
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My little "on this date" calendar tells me that on March 14, 1950 the FBI began releasing their "10 Most Want Fugitives" list; which is online now.
To commemorate this little bit of public relations, here is Chamber's "10 Most Wanted" as of today, in no particular order.
- A level playing field with Colombia in particular
- and some straight talk on trade in general
- The end of lawsuit abuse, and a legal system based on justice, not extortion
- A national balanced, commonsense, and comprehensive immigration plan
- A modern and safe infrastructure
- Recognition of intellectual property's value, and the impact of its theft on American jobs.
- An end to the war on secret ballots
- Efficient, technology based, realistic, and global action on climate change
- Everyone in America to have access to quality and affordable health care
- Education to take its rightful place in the Presidential campaign
It is also apparently Pi Day today. Good times.