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Daily Archives: July 2nd, 2012

The Dumbed-Down Court

  THIS 2008 photo of Supreme Court Justice John Roberts speaks volumes. Here is a man who wants to be liked. Is it any surprise Roberts is responsible for arguably the most stupid Supreme Court ruling in history, a ruling that makes a penalty a tax even though members of Congress said over and over that the penalty was not a tax? […]

“My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord”

REFLECTIONS by Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira on the Magnificat, perhaps the most beautiful words ever written, can be found here. He wrote: Observe that from beginning to end, the Magnificat is a thesis followed by arguments demonstrating it. It sings with extraordinary balance of the justice and mercy of God to show His grandness: grandness […]

Fowl Freedom

  I WROTE before about the poultry vendor in my area where personal, retro-commerce prevails. It’s not the same since my favorite counterman, Bill, died. It will never be quite the same. But I am loyal to my people unto death. Love is synchrony, the movement through time together. It thrives on routine. The owner of the stand may be sick […]

Doctors Against Obamacare

  WHILE the American Medical Association, which represents a small minority of physicians, has supported Obamacare, many doctors have organized to condemn it. Here is a statement on the Supreme Court ruling by Elizabeth Lee Vliet of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, a group formed in 1943 which is suing the federal government in U.S. District […]