*The Reid Bill: Coercive and unconstitutional, by Roger Kimball.
“The Constitution was framed in order to enshrine certain rights and to protect people from capricious interference from the state. The larger question we face, larger even than the fate of this obscene piece of legislation, is to what extent the state still respects the provisions of the Constitution that its servants have sworn to uphold.”
RELATED: Give Me Liberty, or Give Me ObamaCare, by Jeffrey H. Anderson.
RELATED II: Porked Up and Loving It, by John Fund.
RELATED III: ObamaCare Sparking 10th Amendment Rebellion, Action in 7 States, by Mark Tapscott.
“Looks like the steadily growing list of constitutional, ethical and political outrages that constitute the Harry Reid version of Obamacare is sparking a rebellion in the states, as AP reports South Carolina’s attorney general plans to investigate the vote-buying that surrounded the proposal in the Senate majority leader’s office.”
Let’s not forget the Constitutional question of the individual mandate either. Even if this sucker passes, it ain’t over yet.
*Obama Has Failed His Words, by Jonah Goldberg.
“Obama’s rhetorical audacity breeds cynicism, because utopianism always comes up short. Obama has many victories ahead of him, but his cause is already lost.”
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*AGW: The Green’s Tet Offensive, by Andy Pollack.
*Post-Copenhagen: Is Man-Made Global Warming a Dead Issue? By Roger L. Simon.
*Study Shows CFC’s, Cosmic Rays Major Culprits for Global Warming, from the, no kidding, University of Waterloo.
“My findings do not agree with the climate models that conventionally thought that greenhouse gases, mainly CO2, are the major culprits for the global warming seen in the late 20th century,” Lu said. “Instead, the observed data show that CFCs conspiring with cosmic rays most likely caused both the Antarctic ozone hole and global warming. These findings are totally unexpected and striking, as I was focused on studying the mechanism for the formation of the ozone hole, rather than global warming.”