How did Obama get into college?

| April 3, 2012

I learned about the three branches of government and the separation of powers in elementary school. Later, I learned about Marbury v. Madison in my first high school U.S. History class. Obama is only a year older than I am, so presumably his primary and secondary education was comparable to mine. How, then, did he […]

It’s time for an Amendment

| March 27, 2012

The big news in politics this week is the round of Supreme Court oral arguments concerning the constitutionality of the Obamacare individual mandate. It seems patently obvious to me that the mandate is an overreach of legitimate congressional power, and anathema to individual liberty, but there’s no way of knowing how the Supreme Court justices […]

Marco Rubio, Birthers, Citizenship, and Presidential Eligibility

| October 22, 2011

So, color me shocked, the Washington Post ran a hit piece against Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL). Weak and easily refuted, the only thing surprising about the story is that they chose to run it now instead of waiting until he becomes a presidential contender, which he surely will be some day.* The story wasn’t terribly […]

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