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Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Thought On Obamacare

The essence of all sensible thinking on Obamacare can be summarized with two sentences: 1. The Affordable Care Act is bad because it is destructive to our individual freedoms as Americans. 2. Irrespective of what the Supreme Court ruled, it is not constitutional.

Absurdities Abound

M. Creek writes: It took nearly a week, but finally there is one thing that House Republicans and Democrats have been able to agree upon during this federal shutdown. That one thing, passed by a vote of 407-0, is that the furloughed federal employees, who have not been to work this week, should be paid […]

Shutdown Continues

Of course the facts of the shutdown are these: 1. Either side could restart the government immediately. 2. The Democrats are not doing it because they want money for Obamacare. 3. The Republicans are not doing it because they don’t want to approve money for Obamacare. ¬†-end-

Checking and Balancing

The Democrats can say what they want–under the Constitution, the Republicans in the House are doing something known as “checking and balancing.” And here is a front-page CNN bit of hysterical canard¬† story telling us how the government shutdown is part of a larger attack on women. I find it amusing how the author says […]