Tag Archives: Constitutionality

Liberals’ Superiority Complex (Beyond the Big Mac)

So I’ve long claimed that part of the reason Democrats take many of the policy positions they do is due to an underlying superiority complex, a belief that they know better than most of the “useful idiots” out there that … Continue reading

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“Rights” vs. Right: Ground-Zero Mosque Style

I am horrified by this Ground Zero Mosque issue.¬† More specifically, I am disgusted that an Imam is turning a blind eye to the pain it is causing 9/11 families in favor of promoting cross-cultural and religious tolerance, understanding and … Continue reading

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About This Forced Amnesty Thing…Ramnesty?

I’ve spent the last year and a half warning about the increasing size of government, and how, even if you agree with the bills Congress has passed, this increased size is slowly eating away at our liberties.  Take, for example, … Continue reading

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Why Helen Thomas’s Bigotry Is Good

So if you’ve watched anything other than the liberal media in the last few days, you would have been shown the following comment by Helen Thomas, famed Washington reporter and columnist, make the following comments to the head of rabbbilive.com … Continue reading

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Healthcare Bill = Unconstitutional

Forget debating the legitimacy of the claim that the Commerce Clause in the Constitution defies the individual mandate (although I think the Libs have way too much of a broad reading of it). ¬†There’s another aspect of the bill that … Continue reading

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