*Kill the Internet “Kill Switch,” at IBD.
“Virtually the first thing an authoritative Egyptian government did to quell dissent was to shut down its Internet. So why are we debating a bill to give our government the same power?”
RELATED: How to communicate if the government shuts off your internet, at Wired.
*Mitt Romney doubles down on stupid, refuses to accept that Romneycare is aborting his Presidential bid before it truly begins.
*The Constitutional Moment: Judge Vinson introduces Obamacare to Madison and Marshall, at the WSJ.
“Federal Judge Roger Vinson opens his decision declaring ObamaCare unconstitutional with that citation from Federalist No. 51, written by James Madison in 1788. His exhaustive and erudite opinion is an important moment for American liberty, and yesterday may well stand as the moment the political branches were obliged to return to the government of limited and enumerated powers that the framers envisioned.”
RELATED: “A landmark in the history of American liberty.”
*Jennifer Rubin notes that the left was caught totally unprepared by this ruling.
*After the Revolution, by Mona Charon.
*Why this is bad, reason 947: The Egyptians hate us.
*Egypt: The Pro-Bowl of Revolutions, by Greg Gutfield.
“So like you, I’ve been watching Egypt the same way I watch the Pro Bowl. In my underwear, confused.”
If you’re not watching Red Eye, you should be.
*Our very own Matt Patterson is in the Washington Examiner today:
“Modern liberalism has just two problems: It ignores, or is ignorant of, (1) the laws of economics, and (2) the will of the voters. Other than that, it’s all good.”
Read the whole thing.
*Chuck Schumer doesn’t know the 3 branches of government.
*On the Left, Fake Sophisticates and Real Snobs, by Bernard Chapin.
“Like a preschooler, the leftist is addicted to emotion. He cannot live without feeding his fragile ego with prefab claims of ascendance.”