Hume noted that government debt is easy to levy while its costs are hidden.
What is being heard by Hume and the editors of National Review that makes their warnings necessary in the first place?
Even Bill Kristol looks skeptical—which may mean Hume is on to something.
Hume said Obama was non-divisive “and not a race hustler in any way” and America was proud to see him elected.
Both Hume and Smith had good reason to fear debt, both public and private.
Mr. Hume had been scarcely more prudent than myself, but on him the water had a contrary effect, as well as upon Hopkinson.
That we alluded to Mr. Hume in terms not sufficiently complimentary.
Boswell mentions his having uttered a remark about Hume, too gross to be committed to paper.
Mr. Secretary Stanley smilingly interrupted me by asking "Is it Hume?"
Hume, though we have found him censuring the conduct of Franklin, was opposed to any attempt to coerce America.