The “Umpire” Throws Out The Final Pitch
In his opening statement before the Senate at his confirmation hearing John Roberts said, “Judges are like umpires. Umpires don’t make the rules; they apply them. The role of an umpire and a judge is critical. They make sure everybody plays by the rules. I will remember that it’s my job to call balls and strikes and not to pitch or bat.”
But that [...]
Obama’s Political Strategy
They reach out and steal what belongs to the people, and when we demand they give it back, they want to negotiate.
The Difference Between Liberals and Conservatives
We are aghast at why they insist on instituting programs that stifle the human spirit; why they think the imposition of their utopian ideas is a better approach than the principle of liberty.
Nationalizing Health Care: The Path to Total Control (part 3)
The health care bill isn’t about improving health care; lowering the cost of health care, or improving delivery of health care.
Government by Coersion and Intimidation
The blood of American tradition is squirting out in all directions. We are dying of cultural exsanguination; and Barack Obama is the assassin.
Taxing the Poor to Pay for the Rich
The AVERAGE federal employee earns twice as much as the AVERAGE private employee.
Obama to Regulate All Life on Earth
It is the beginning of the end of private enterprise because permission to operate all aspects of business – and as a consequence, private life – will be controlled by federal bureaucrats bringing about Marx’s goal of nationalizing the means of production.
The Tempter Cometh
The tempter comes and suggests that we can stop global annihilation, or misery, or destitution, or inequality if you will only eat of the tree. The message is seductive, but the fruit is poison.
Obama Lies – Freedoms Die
Mr. Obama has never demonstrated he is capable of forming a coherent sentence without someone telling him what to say. I wonder: if Mr. Obama is just a sock puppet, whose hand is in the sock.
You Are A Conservative If…
Some people are very shortsighted and want something today and are willing to trade something very important for it only to later mourn the loss of what they can never reclaim.
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