Category Archives: Legislation

The Sacred Ground Rules of Reverend Mother Pelosi

    George Bernard Shaw was fond of saying ‘that no question is so difficult to answer, as that to which the answer is obvious.’ House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was asked one of those questions by the Weekly Standard’s John McCormack at a press conference last week, “What is the moral difference between what [...]

IRS Scandal and HHS Mandate: Wrong for the Same Reasons

The Obama Administration has a thorn in its side: An organization that doesn’t just disagree with the President, but builds a moral case against his policies. The White House wants to neutralize the organization’s effectiveness. They know how to get it done. That organization hears a scary knock at the door (or its equivalent in [...]

Immigration and the Law

Forgive me for venturing again into the immigration debate, but it seems (judging by combox discussions) that I haven’t made my point clearly enough in my past two outings. I tried pointing out that immigration (even unskilled) is not a drag on the overall economy, if we accept the debatable premise that immigrants are a drag [...]

Immigration: keep the illegals out!

My earlier post spawned a flurry of comments that all offered similar criticisms. To paraphrase the most common: “Legal immigration is fine; it’s illegal immigration that we need to stop. Illegal immigrants, by definition, break the law by coming here and continue to break the law while they live here. Everyone knows that crime increases the more illegals [...]

Obamacare? Oh no. Lawmakers and Aides are better than that.

First, this report is from the same sort of “unnamed sources” that feed bad info, so it may not be true. (Or it may be true, and it’s coming to light and the *%)$#!storm that is breaking because of it will cause all high-level persons involved to treat it like a baby in Kermit Gosnell’s [...]

Pro-Choice Women Defeat Washington Abortion Mandate

Yep, you read that correctly. But I don’t mean “pro-choice” as in women who don’t think you’re responsible enough to decide whether you can buy a big gulp and yet think you should be able to decide to murder your unborn child. It’s pro-choice in the sense of “we think people can make up their [...]


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