Category Archives: Individual Mandate

Settled and Unsettled

Gerald Ford, the one president who was never elected to the office, when Richard Nixon was somewhere high over Kansas on his way to San Clemente out here, an hour or two after resigning rather than face impeachment and certain … Continue reading

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Behind That Door

Everyone knows the conventions of most every Hollywood horror movie. A group of young people, which must include at least one hot babe, finds themselves at night in the middle of nowhere, except that there’s this dark mysterious house on … Continue reading

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No Reason to Expect Justice

Summer began – the summer solstice arrived, as it always does, and in Paris there was the Fête de la Musique – as there is every year. Along with the classical stuff in the parks and churches there’s always a … Continue reading

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The Day the Dog Didn’t Bark in the Night

What doesn’t happen is sometimes what matters. Sherlock Holmes did solve that case of the missing race horse primarily because that dog didn’t bark in the night. And each November the Brits celebrate that day in 1605 when Parliament didn’t … Continue reading

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Death as the Great Instructor of Personal Responsibility

There is much about conservatives that liberals just don’t get – but conservatives like it that way. Liberals are big on that notion that you should walk a mile in the other guy’s shoes – you try to understand others. … Continue reading

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