Sunday, March 24

Stop attacking Arizona law

The ire over Arizona's new immigration law is mystifying for two reasons. In the first place, the law merely intends to execute what has already been called for by 50 years of federal law, seconded by the dictates of common sense: illegalize the illegal immigrants. Read more...



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Health care bill will hurt more than heal

An enduring moment in the health care saga occurred when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ascended the steps of the Capitol before the final vote on the Senate bill, wielding the same oversized gavel that was used to enact Medicare, with thousands of ambient protesters calling for her ouster. Read more...



Public forgives Woods too easily

Popular culture has a tendency to reduce to sanctimoniousness anyone who expresses disgust or outrage at the sexual scandals of public officials. Such was the reaction to people who refused to grant summary forgiveness to former President Bill Clinton after he admitted to improprieties with Monica Lewinsky. Read more...


A pedestrian walks down Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House as the snow continues to fall in the morning hours in Washington on Feb. 10.
A pedestrian walks down Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House as the snow continues to fall in the morning hours in Washington on Feb. 10.


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