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Sharia at the end of that rainbow

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger Oh, the so called unintended consequences, which may (or may not) be unintended by the primary actors, but are entirely foreseeable by a kindergarten child (of old, not one of the today’s wrap-in-cotton-wool … Continue reading

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NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 30th June, 1971 : The US Supreme Court decided today that the New York Times and Washington Post are free to publish the secret “Pentagon Papers” on the Vietnam war. The Justice Department prosecuted … Continue reading

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EPA-nymous

  …from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger   Some may have missed the cheerful news that the US Supreme Court is considering a case Coal v. IQ. Well, it is not really called that. It is Michigan v. EPA; … Continue reading

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Intentions and motives

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger After reading Mark Steyn’s post, I thought that the relatively recent Australian case, James Hunter Ashby v- Commonwealth of Australia and Peter Slipper, would be similar. Yes and no; and so I decided … Continue reading

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Liberty and Government

Milan Skarka A long awaited decision came down from the Mount DC to codify creation of the nationalized health care system. It was a strange, out of body experience for many conservatively thinking citizens. The Affordable Health Care scheme that … Continue reading

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