Category Archives: Politics

Discussion of recent and historical political events.

When is a Tax not a Tax?

When it is argued that it does not apply to the Anti-Injunction act. In adjudicating the Affordable Care Act (ACA, Obamacare), Chief Justice John Roberts wrote for the majority that the Anti-Injunction Act does not apply in this case because … Continue reading

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What to do When the Feds Come Knocking

I remember when times were simpler and the Federal government was a lot smaller. Back in the early 1990’s I was at the Comdex computer show in Las Vegas when it was the World’s largest convention. I attended the keynote … Continue reading

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Reputation Rebuild Courtesy of This Week with George Stephanopoulos

Where do you go to rebuild your tarnished reputation if you are a disgraced liberal Democrat? You get a seat at the roundtable on George Stephanopoulos’ weekly program on ABC. April 22, 2012: After being fired by Al Gore’s Current … Continue reading

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Is Patience in Politics a Virtue?

Syndicated columnist, Michael Barone, observes the seething discontent and anger in the 2010 class of Republicans over the need to confront all things Obama. From the Affordable Health Care Act to crony capitalism, the Republican House and their supporters in the blogosphere want … Continue reading

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The President’s War on Religion has Begun

President Obama has declared war against all religions with his mandate that all employers must provide contraceptives, sterilization, and abortion-inducing drugs. This includes any religious employer, such as Catholic hospitals and universities, that object to being forced to pay for … Continue reading

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3 Cheers for Rick Santorum

Rick Santorum pulled a trifecta in yesterday’s primaries in Minnesota, Missouri, and Colorado. By finishing first in all three, Mr. Santorum propelled himself into the top-tier of Republican candidates for the Presidency. The sting must be felt acutely by Mitt … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Courtesy of President Obama

Barack Obama appeared before the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday to preach that Jesus would have wanted the wealthy to pay more taxes. The President quoted from Luke 12:48, “for unto whom much is given, much shall be required“. Of … Continue reading

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