Justice from a Corrupt Central Government? Ask Hillary.

I’ve posted how a medical threat like Ebola isn’t necessarily going to be solved by a central medical authority. The CDC has already shown how it could be made worse. But the central government always pretends it has all the answers. It especially pretends that it alone can give us real justice—all “lower” institutions should simply submit to its will. Thus, we have the situation where the Feds are forcing lower standards of justice on colleges and universities. But exactly what Read more […]

Kirsten Powers Pimps For Hillary Against Rand Paul

Kirsten Powers’ portrayal of Monica Lewinsky as an empowered feminist in the workplace is just sad, and gross, and angering. But she needs to do it because Rand Paul has been fearless in publicly questioning the Democrat support for Hillary Clinton. How can someone who stood by Bill “sexual harassment in the workplace” Clinton be a feminist icon? If Powers was ready to get rid of all sexual harassment laws, I would find her argument more compelling. But as it stands, even at the ripe old age Read more […]

Would Sen. Rob Portman Support Stealing if His Son was a Thief?

Rob Portman an Ohio Senator is the first Republican in the Senate to support homosexual marriage. In 1996, Portman voted for the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which prohibits federal recognition of same-sex marriage. Three years later he voted to bar homosexual couples in Washington, D.C., from adopting. Why did he suddenly change his position? Because one of Rob Portman’s sons said that he was a homosexual. His son told him that he’s always “felt” this way. Keep in mind that everybody Read more […]

The Real Reasons Bill Clinton Now Supports ‘Gay’ Marriage

In an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal former president Bill Clinton has come out of the closet in support of homosexual marriage. In 1996, he signed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). Why the change? He says that 1996 “was a very different time.” This tells me that Clinton governed in terms of opinion polls. In 1996, opinion was against homosexual marriage, therefore, he was against it. In 2013, opinion polls show a different view. There’s nothing startling in this type of moral Read more […]