Election Day 2012, in the prescient words of Rudyard Kipling
Rudyard Kipling wrote this poem some 95 years ago, reflecting on World War I, which had claimed the life of his only son – and the illusions that this war had swept away. The stanzas describe the age-old seduction of Progressivism in its various guises from the dawn of time, how people and nations whore after the “Gods of the Market Place” and cast off | Read More »
Supremely Political: Did Roberts Pen BOTH Opinions?
Chief Justice Roberts and President Obama in January 2009.
By Matt Rooney | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com The ObamaCare backstory gets worse all the time, Save Jerseyans. We can never really know what happened in chambers. That said, emerging anonymous accounts seem to comport with what we can plainly observe about this repugnant capitulation to unconstitutional, unrestrained big government by Chief Justice John | Read More »
Tags: Affordable Care Act
, Barack Obama
, Chief Justice
, Commerce Clause
, John Roberts
, Supreme Court
, taxing power
A Palin Victory Doesn’t Depend On a Date
A Palin victory will depend on the decisions the voters will make based upon her record in Alaska and the solutions she presents to the problems currently plaguing this country. Once a primary is running full force, most voters don’t remember or give the slightest hoot as to which candidate had jumped in a full year ahead of the game and which candidate is only | Read More »
virtue out of selfishness
“virtue out of selfishness”?Ok, really? First, know what selfishness really is: “concerned chiefly with one’s own interest.” – Oxford Modern English Dictionary. No ethical evaluation is present in that definition.The conventional thought on its meaning however, is:The irrational, undeserved focus on oneself over what is right and rational. Notably, people feel that being selfish is to harm his fellow man. An ethically charged definition.So, to | Read More »