Monthly Archives: March 2012

On Obamacare, Broccoli, and Invading Canada

After listening to all three days of Supreme Court hearings, I am prepared to announce the shocking revelation that the oral arguments have reinforced my preexisting biases concerning the constitutionality of Obamacare. In truth, whatever idiosyncratic opinion you have of … Continue reading

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U.S. Debt is not a Morality Play

In honor of budget day here in DC, let’s talk a little about debt. In my experience, people who insist that the U.S. is on an economic path toward Greece-style mayhem tend to view the concept of debt as a … Continue reading

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Southern Discomfort

I always enjoy when national politics turns to the deep South, and both the candidates and the campaign media begin acting like they are in a foreign country whose language and folkways they cannot hope to understand, only reference obliquely … Continue reading

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