No MRIs, but there were doctors
Hullabaloo, a Liberal blog, posted a little gem: “There were no MRIs in 1780.” Ignoring the fact that the United States had not yet forced Cornwallis’ surrender at Yorktown in 1780 (and hence, no Articles of Confederation, let alone a Constitution, had been ratified), the line of reasoning by the author is sophomoric at best and intellectually dishonest at worst. Nowhere in the constitution does | Read More »
The Return of The Resurgent State?
“If the federal government has the exclusive right to judge the extent of its own powers, warned the Kentucky and Virginia resolutions’ authors (James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, respectively), it will continue to grow – regardless of elections, the separation of powers, and other much-touted limits on government power.” –Thomas E. Woods The decade from 2000 and 2009 may well go down in American History | Read More »