Rosner seemed to think such boycotts simply serve to impoverish our knowledge of these crucial issues.
In short, deficits undertaken to finance productive investment not only do not impoverish our grandchildren, they enrich them.
These twin deficits enrich our frenemies and impoverish present and future Americans.
Their basic claim is that if government spends more now, deficits will rise, and that will impoverish our grandchildren.
All parts of Great Britain have sent their people, and from Canada so many have come as almost to impoverish certain sections.
My want cannot impoverish that inexhaustible treasury of grace!
That extravagance is truly sinful, and a very silly sin to boot, in which we impoverish mankind and ourselves.
Each generation had done what it could to impoverish the land and never to improve it.
The war has sent this evil demon to impoverish people, and embarrass the public.
Careless ones will lose their money and impoverish the nation.