July 9, 2002
At least they're consistent

Thanks to Instapundit for pointing out this article by Julie Hilden over at Findlaw.com on the Bush v. Gore case that decided the 2000 presidential election. Hilden illustrates that the justices' 5-4 decision in favor of Bush was not based on politics, but on solid, consistent legal reasoning. Recall that in Bush v. Gore, the […]

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July 9, 2002
Is that a huge lawsuit I hear?

Last week Wendy McElroy took the California Chapter of the National Organization for Women to task for their biased and fundamentally flawed "report" on the injustices suffered by women in family courts. Well, she apparently got deluged with e-mail and there may be some libel suits on the way against some related feminist organizations. A […]

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July 9, 2002
Love of Country

Former Arizona Cardinals' safety Pat Tillman has turned down a 3-year $3.6 million contract to enlist in the Army. Tillman's decision is one few would make -- and an honorable sacrifice for his country. In a world where bad athletes are often role models, Tillman is an honorable man who shoule be a role model […]

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July 9, 2002
Religious relativism

The New York Times' Nicholas Kristof attacks Islam for its brutality towards women, support of terrorism and dearth of freedom and democracy. But American Christians are just as bad. [T]he Islamic world represses women, spawns terrorism, is prone to war, resists democracy and has contributed remarkably few great scientists or writers to modern civilization. So […]

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SENATOR CASSIDY: "Why doesn't the president care?"

YELLEN: "He cares very deeply."

CASSIDY: "Then where is his plan?"

YELLEN: "He stands ready to work with Congress."

CASSIDY: "That's a lie! A bipartisan group of senators have repeatedly requested to meet with him!"

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