But who are the real haters?
Watching the transition of the Health Care Bill move from debate into law was worse than watching sausage being made; it felt like I was being forced to look at pornography. The dirty, unconscionable methods used to pass this Federal takeover were shocking. I felt confident throughout the process that the Constitution would triumph in the [...]
Here we are in crunch time and it occurred to me: Why hasn’t the first principle of medical care itself – ”First, do no harm“ – not been the rallying cry of conservative, common sense opposition to federal takeover of health care? Not just rallying cry, but conservatives’ rhetorical cudgel-of-choice to wield against proponents of this massive (395,096-word) and [...]
As the Obamacare debate drags on, the patience of the overwhelming majority of Americans who have made it clear that they do not want a government takeover of their health care is wearing thin.
Talk of backroom deals and favors for favorable votes are appalling to freedom-loving Americans who favor starting the process from scratch — [...]
I have been cringing observing the debate between several NewsReal bloggers and John R. Guardiano about the existence — or lack thereof — of a “moderate Islam.” Once again, no matter what evidence and arguments are presented to the “there is a moderate Islam” proponent, it’s all useless, as they just go back to the [...]
The debate over affirmative action in higher education, largely dormant since 2003, when the Supreme Court affirmed racial preferences at the University of Michigan School of Law, may soon come roaring back.
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama argued Thursday that a sweeping overhaul of the nation;s broken health care system is imperative for the nation’s future economic vitality, clashing in an extraordinary live-on-TV summit with Republicans who want far more modest changes. “We believe we have a better idea,” declared GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander. With the marathon […]