These are my links for September 8th from 07:45 to 08:11:
- Althouse: Buying the baby the beautiful gift that is U.S. citizenship. – Anchor babies– what do you think of them? How about products designed to offer what appears to be a vacation from China that allow for the baby to be an American citizen, but all that’s American is the physical location?
- Althouse: In a pro-Kagan editorial, the NYT argues that we should support the most expansive interpretation of the Commerce Clause… – “That’s the argument. The Constitution should mean what it needs to mean so that we can get the things that we want from government — all those fine things that government deigns to do for us. The NYT tells us that some conservatives are “infuriated” because Kagan “refused to take the Republican bait and agree to suggest limits on that clause’s meaning.” They’re angry because they don’t like the good things government does. Those bad old obstructionists. They’re the Party of No.” And this is also the question– should the judges be above politics and tell us what the Constitution says, or should they act “for the good of the country”? Naturally you know that I’m more of the former than the latter.
- Atheists Outline Their Global Religious Agenda | Around the World with Ken Ham – “We recognize the unlimited right to freedom of conscience, religion and belief, and that freedom to practice one’s religion should be limited only by the need to respect the rights of others.” – This part is interesting. Basically, this is the big comment against spreading the Gospel. “It’s ok if you have your religion, just don’t go spreading it.” Wish this principle held true for the Atheists as well.
- Putting Down a Book | Around the World with Ken Ham – Ken Ham recommends a fiction book– doesn’t happen very often!
- Althouse: The DNC uses George “can’t get fooled again” Bush in its first 2010 TV ad. – President Bush makes an appearance in DNC ads– a good choice, or destined to backfire?
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