The appeal of the U.S. is precisely why we need to so scrupulously protect it.
As much we don’t like to admit it, our Legislature is allowed to pick sides.
While certainly not fun, a case of the measles rarely causes death.
No one is entitled to a job they love at their ideal salary.
Unfortunately, Obama’s solution for uninsured young people, rather than to educate and promote this great option, is to use that fact to justify imposing federal health insurance on everyone and to penalize those who don’t buy into the federal program.
For the voter, Republican or otherwise, it suggests an irresolute moral character that makes at least this conservative think twice about why she’s involved in a party that apparently can’t be bothered to look after its own.
Rather than limit the decision to its facts, the court instead sweepingly discarded the reasonable resistance right in its entirety.