Archive for the ‘Constitutionalism’ Category

The United States in the world

January 3, 2013

It’s a good thing we’ve replaced the cowboy George Bush and his Darth Vader vice president, Dick Cheney, so that the United States can again be liked by the rest of the world. We wouldn’t want the rest of the world to think we’re out there arresting people who aren’t U.S. citizens, who have never been to the U.S., and who haven’t attacked any U.S. citizens or assets.

What’s that you say? A federal court in New York has done just that?

I miss George W. Bush.

Quote of the day

January 2, 2012

“The managed quest for fairness inevitably leads to bureaucratic favoritism, inequalities based on special interests, and undue political influence.”

From this excellent piece by Matthew Spaulding.

The treatment he deserves

April 9, 2011

What is the deal with Lindsey Graham? South Carolina seems as if it ought to have someone much better to represent it as a Senator. Given the current makeup of the U.S. Senate, he’d been in the upper half of my favorable rankings, but out of the population of South Carolina I doubt he’d make even that cut. Anyway, it’s always nice to see Iowahawk dismantle goofballs like that.