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by | Sep 21, 2020

So it has come to this. Of course it has. Mere hours after the announcement of Justice Ginsburg’s death, Democrats are threatening the country with a dictatorship. They would give statehood to the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, packing…

by | Sep 21, 2020

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg just 45 days before a presidential election has roiled official Washington. President Trump has stated he intends to nominate a successor within days, as he has every right to do under…

by | Sep 19, 2020

When Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday evening, she did so with a message for posterity that, for all the history that Ginsburg might have made as a woman on the Supreme Court, was pristine in its self-description of her time…

by | Feb 18, 2020

One immense reason for our present political entanglements — would it be OK to say “messes”? — is the lately acquired political habit of addressing every possible human problem through politics. For instance, with regard to women’s rights, the Equal…

by | Dec 25, 2019

Washington is convulsed by politics these days. The presidential election is less than a year away. The House is moving forward on impeaching President Donald Trump. And there is widespread preparation for a possible Supreme Court confirmation battle. Of course,…

by | Dec 19, 2019

Much as Baskin-Robbins and Krispy Kreme dependably present a new Flavor of the Month, so it is that the Democrats reliably offer a new Impeachment of the Month. We all have tasted tidbits of each, with these remaining some of…

by | Aug 27, 2019

Over the weekend, the media took notice of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s apparently successful treatment for a malignant tumor on the pancreas. “No further treatment is needed at this time,” said Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City…

by | Jul 4, 2019

As an exercise in self-immolation this July 4th fireworks season, I read Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dissenting opinion in the Bladensburg cross case. It’s a flaming attack upon religious freedom — the first freedom in our Bill of Rights. At the…

by | Feb 22, 2019

The law of civil forfeiture allows police and prosecutors to seize and keep cash, cars, homes, businesses and property of all kinds without ever criminally charging or convicting the owners. As originally conceived, it was to be a deterrent by…

by | Jan 1, 2019

Twenty-eighteen was the worst year for movies ever. There had been awful years before, increasingly in the last ten, but last year, Hollywood reached critical mass by showing full contempt for much of its audience. Simply put, it was the…

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