Archive for January 8th, 2014

Obama’s Income Inequality Complaint Doesn’t Add Up

Obama’s Income Inequality Complaint Doesn’t Add Up

So long as there is money, there will be an economy composed of relatively free individuals making individual decisions about how to spend their money. As a result of this freedom to choose how to spend money, some people will make more money than others. It’s inevitable.

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The Supreme Court: Just Another Wizard of Oz

The Supreme Court: Just Another Wizard of Oz

No matter what opinion the Supreme Court issues regarding ObamaCare, or in any case before them, that decision does NOT have the force of law. Though a Supreme Court ruling is not unimportant, it is legally binding and enforceable only with respect to the parties in this particular case!

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ObamaCare Can’t Handle Simple Life Changes

ObamaCare Can’t Handle Simple Life Changes

Not only was the ObamaCare website a complete disaster, and not only was the rollout of ObamaCare itself a practical disaster, we now find out that ObamaCare can’t handle simple things like adding a new baby to your coverage. You know, things the free market health care system has been doing for decades.

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From a military presentation linking Christianity with Islamic extremisim

Military Starts to Distance Itself from SPLC

Over the holidays, the Army told the Family Research Council: “Please know that none of the incidents identified in your letter are condoned nor reflective of our military. The Army has taken corrective measures that resolve the training issues associated with your concerns. We, along with the Services, are committed to ensuring that all training accurately reflects the First Amendment rights of military personnel.”

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Liberty v. Ideology: Which Will Prevail?

Liberty v. Ideology: Which Will Prevail?

Those concerned with the preservation of religious liberty in America are keeping a keen eye on the Supreme Court in 2014. The august body of jurists that comprise America’s highest court will be reviewing some cases that speak to the very heart of our nation’s political and civil heritage. Namely, are a person’s religious beliefs a fundamental liberty protected under the First Amendment, or does government have the authority to abridge religious conscience in order to advance an ideologically-motivated policy agenda?

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