In addition to the fundamental injustice of socialist wealth redistribution, there are practical and fiscal responsibility problems that come with the welfare state. Those became evident in this fresh report of welfare recipients spending millions of taxpayer-funded charity dollars in casinos and strip joints.
Some interesting truths about the unconstitutional health care bill passed by congress earlier this year–the one facing a legal challenge from dozens of states–are coming to light. These truths can also be found in the “I told you so” basket of things about which conservatives warned, and the illustrate the hypocrisy of big government.
Andrew Klavan is here to help those of you who temporarily lost your sanity and voted for Barack Obama in 2008. No, we’re not talking about you Marxists who actually knew and understood what he stands for, but rather those of you who woke up to realize what a terrible mistake you made. There is hope–real hope. There is a therapy that can help, but you should read the warning label first.
President Obama made this statement about Arizona’s illegal immigration law, which mirrors federal law: And it’s not just that the law Arizona passed is divisive, although it has fanned the flames of an already contentious debate, laws like Arizona’s put huge pressures on local law enforcement to enforce rules that ultimately are unenforceable. It puts pressure on already hard-strapped state and local budgets. Here, a helpful translation of Obama’s comments is provided.