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Jonah Goldberg at NRO rings up a fantastic subjunctive tu quoque: Yes, it’s extremely unlikely he ordered the IRS to discriminate against tea-party. . . . And his outrage now — however convenient — is appreciated. But when people he … Continue reading
More fun with conditional hypocrisy, courtesy of the Virginia Senate: The bill, SB484, says pregnant women must be given an opportunity to view the ultrasound image prior to an abortion and requires abortion providers to keep a copy in the patient’s file. … Continue reading
Rick Santorum, candidate for President, rushed home this weekend to be with his teenage daughter, who suffers from a rare genetic disorder. An opponent of the Affordable Care Act, Santorum's daughter will certainly benefit from the pre-existing condition clause of … Continue reading
Our university now has an Objectivist club. Like all clubs, the Objectivist club puts up fliers to advertise its meetings. Walking up the stairs yesterday at school I spied their (I have to admit) well-designed and well-placed flier. What made … Continue reading