With Federalist 51 it seems that James Madison could see into the future with the current disregard of checks and balances, but he just knew human nature.
(The following is Part 18 in a series of excerpts from the book, With Christ in the Voting Booth.) Though the Obama White House claims to stand up for the poor, one of its earliest big programs, Cash for Clunkers, helped car dealership owners and new car buyers, while making life tougher for the poor. The […]
Miscellany for tonight and tomorrow… Seek Social Justice, a six-part study developed by The Heritage Foundation (HT: Stand to Reason) And Danny Carroll of the Iowa Family PAC got this week what I would call a good dressing down. We need to repent of our good works. Tomorrow are you tea party activists or concerned […]
Following up on yesterday’s death match and Craig Robinson looked no worse for wear as I had lunch with him today. I also saw Steve Deace today (he was in the same restaurant awkward – just kidding) and he also appeared to unscathed. It was a good debate though Craig was just slightly outnumbered. I […]
Steve shares a statement from Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) on the GM takeover that I think is compelling. A couple of points to consider is that for starters it seems you are only able to get help or be heard if you have political connections. Then what is with all of the “czars.” Yes I […]
1. "Stand blocked federal control of Alaskans" by Gov. Sarah Palin She had some interesting things to say about how the stimulus funds affected state sovereignty, as well as, local government. Wish my governor would have considered “little” issues like that before putting his hand out. In response to your May 27 editorial, let me […]