The State of the Race

We need to rewind a little bit before we address the madness engulfing the presidential primary season.  During the runup to the 2010 midterm elections and in its immediate followup there has been some internal GOP strife between purists who

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I Blame the Catholics!

I have long contended that I stay in the law for one reason only, the amusement factor.  Case in point: A fed-up bankruptcy judge Wednesday ordered a Hastings attorney and her client to show cause why each shouldn’t be fined

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The Left’s (Self) Duplicity on Gay “Marriage”

Newt Gingrich’s lesbian half-sister, Candace Gingrich-Jones, has taken advantage of her half-brother’s moment at the top of the polls in order to get an appearance on a pseudo news program.  In the most anticipated public political pronouncement by a relative

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A furtive political calculation: Playing both sides to the middle…

Several days back, The Motley Monk posted on his website concerning MaterniT21 and the Obamacare regulations recommended by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, scheduled to take effect next year.  They mandate the federal government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay

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Most Important Under Reported Story of the Year

    My favorite living historian Victor Davis Hanson puts his finger on one of the most important developments of the past few years which has received little press coverage: There is a revolution going on America. But it is

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