SCOTUS’ Birthday Present for George Orwell

I saw this tweet from the University of Colorado English Department this evening: Remembering George Orwell today on his birthday pic.twitter.com/RywuVVs5hM — UCCS English Dept (@uccsenglish) June 25, 2015 I didn't realize today was Orwell's birthday but the irony of that quote is astounding considering Justice Robert's Old Yellowstain's words here: The Affordable Care Act … Continue reading SCOTUS’ Birthday Present for George Orwell

The Path Of Predetermination

By A.P. Dillon I don't know about anyone else, but I just can't read another "so and so bans Confederate flag" story. Granted, it's an ugly piece, but it's still part of our nation's history. What sickens me is how the media has been leading the charge against a flag instead of the person who used it … Continue reading The Path Of Predetermination

Justice Scalia Explains the New Normal in Two Sentences

I certainly can't put what this decision means better than this: The somersaults of statutory interpretation they have performed (“penalty” means tax, “further [Medicaid] payments to the State” means only incremental Medicaid payments to the State, “established by the State”means not established by the State) will be cited by litigants endlessly, to the confusion of … Continue reading Justice Scalia Explains the New Normal in Two Sentences

The Modern NYT in Eight Sentences

Reading the details of the Obama Administration hated for Israel related in Michael Oren's book Ally as quoted by Pam Geller is not really news for most people.  To those who have followed this administration Israel policy there is nothing that doesn't confirm what they already knew and frankly if you're what Evan Sayet calls "plop Jews" … Continue reading The Modern NYT in Eight Sentences