filed by Marc Gindin :: July 19, 2015 Gay marriage and abortion have little in common except for how each became federal law without ever being codified by Congress. The U.S. Supreme Court's Obergefell decision delivers social change the citizenry not only did not want but which it actively fought against.
filed by Marc Gindin :: June 26, 2015 Democrats are almost universally praising the Supreme Court's 5-4 opinion imposing same-sex marriage on all 50 states. Have these proponents always felt this way? Not exactly.
filed by Marc Gindin :: November 21, 2013 What is socialism if not a journey into the mind and soul of a quivering little boy hiding in a big boy suit? His jacket and tie mask a brooding fear of failure and a yearning for validation that all is wrong with the world, while they also drive his own self-righteous laziness.
filed by Marc Gindin :: November 16, 2013 Democrats have stayed with Obamacare in a sense like a stubborn investor hangs on to a stock whose luster has long faded, the company aimless with no path toward profitability. Democrats made a bad investment decision, and the time has come to sell.
filed by Marc Gindin :: November 14, 2013 The plan from the beginning was clear: utilize the Affordable Care Act to collapse private insurance while simultaneously blaming the industry for the inevitable blow-back, empower the federal government to swoop in to fix the "coverage emergency," and bring about single payer as a necessary rescue.
filed by Marc Gindin :: November 6, 2013 If we learned one thing from Election Day 2013, it's that we learned nothing at all. The most-watched races of the day left in their wake a myriad of mixed messages and differing priorities that demonstrate no clear trend and no unified direction driving America forward.
filed by Marc Gindin :: October 31, 2013 Pitched Obamacare by its namesake and his apologists, Americans smiled nervously as the President himself reassured them that Obamacare was not an assault on the health insurance system they wanted. Things have changed.
filed by Marc Gindin :: October 27, 2013 Mere weeks into the full rollout of Obamacare, the stench of its rot overwhelms. Americans, many of whom supported the Affordable Care Act, hold their noses as they read cancellation notices from their insurance companies and scramble to get new coverage. They grimace as HealthCare.gov crashes, and they lament the good old days before Obamacare when their policies better fit their needs and cost less to boot. Obamacare is not what most Americans signed up for. Obamacare is bad for America. So now what?
filed by Marc Gindin :: June 23, 2012 We introduce the case for the impeachment of President Obama with an objective dive into the players, the history of impeachment, and the standards by which impeachable offenses are measured.
filed by Marc Gindin :: February 23, 2012 The Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection clause was written to bar southern states from targeting black Americans with discrimination. You'll be amazed how insidiously it is invoked -- and ignored -- in policy debates today.
filed by Marc Gindin :: February 21, 2012 Fuel costs in the United States reflect the roller coaster rides of speculation, supply, and demand. We explain how federal control is the biggest culprit -- and what can be done now to reduce oil prices.
filed by Marc Gindin :: January 12, 2012 The Supreme Court is taking a fresh look at the Environmental Protection Agency's use of the Clean Water Act to bully, intimidate, and control the actions of private individuals on private lands in the name of environmental controls. We explain why the EPA should be dismantled.
filed by Marc Gindin :: January 10, 2012 Tuesday marks the start of oral arguments before the Supreme Court challenging the FCC's regulations regarding indecency. Here's why the Supreme Court should instead be considering abolishing the FCC altogether.
filed by Marc Gindin :: January 4, 2012 BigGovernment.com reports on an exchange with Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul in 2009, in which Paul is asked whether he would have ordered an invasion of Nazi Germany on moral grounds, even if he knew that the Third Reich was not a threat to American national security.
filed by Marc Gindin :: January 4, 2012 We examine the constitutionality of President Obama's recess appointment to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - and what this new precedent means for executive power.
filed by Marc Gindin :: January 1, 2012 Iowa caucus-goers will bless one Republican from a crowded field this Wednesday with the momentum and support a win is worth - selecting their choice for the Republican nomination for President and an opponent for President Barack Obama in 2012. Just how flawed are these candidates? Let's examine them from a constitutional perspective, starting with Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich.
Understanding the Amendments: What They REALLY Mean