Monthly Archives: January 2010

Politicizing court bad for nation and How should the Constitution be ‘Interpreted’

Yeah, this is probably true.  Unfortunately, since the 1803 case of Marbury v. Madison, where the Judiciary made a huge power grab, ALL Courts have been politicized.  Now, this could be changed by Congress, since they can limit the power … Continue reading

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Dems and GOP should ditch populist addiction

David Brooks of the New York Times (NYT) claims, disingenuously, in the Detroit News, that Democrats and Republicans should ditch their populist addiction. It is surprising an article like this would be written by a columnist at the NYT, given … Continue reading

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Editorial: Government should stop meddling in retirement accounts (Det News 20Jan10)

Would you turn over your retirement account to an outfit that has squandered its own financial reserves, spends twice as much money as it takes in and has a debt load of seven times annual revenues? Not likely. But that’s … Continue reading

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