It is wrong to ask any person for his papers, even after that person has committed a crime and fits the profile of an illegal immigrant, and even though all non-citizens must carry identification papers per federal law. It is OK to ask every citizen in the U.S. to prove he or she has health insurance.
Monday, September 20, 2010
I recommend to your attention a fun American Thinker Article by Randall Hoven on Government "logic." Here is a sample:
In an obvious fit of woke delusional lunacy, the state of Washington has eliminated the word marijuana from the state codes on the grounds ...
For a eulogy of Ted Kennedy for the rest of us, go to The Funeral Guy .
Entertaining. Sophomoric, maybe. But it is satirical commentary by two Washington Post political commentators, Dana Milbank and Chris Cill...
A unanimous vote of the Ohio State University Mansfield, Ohio, Branch professors sought to terminate the employment of a conservative librar...