The people and the states aren’t taking passage of the un-American, un-Constitutional, corrupt government health care bill sitting down. Legal challenges, Tenth Amendment challenges, nullification and more are on the table in the face of this unprecedented slap in the face to the U.S. Constitution and freedom.
Most of us can imagine a scenario where we would lay down our lives in defense of our spouse, our children, our family, or perhaps our friends. But who among us could imagine loving anyone so much that we would subject ourselves to cruel mockery, brutal torture, and an agonizing death at their hands? Who among us would willingly give our lives for someone who spurns us and hates us?
Recently, I mentioned Robert Glennon’s book Unquenchable:America’s Water Crisis And What To Do About It. Robert Glennon, who is Professor of Law and Public Policy at the Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona, responded to my characterization of his book in the comment section at the bottom of the article.