Pledge Allegiance, Under God, to the Constitution of IndependenceStrike The Root
Aug. 22, 2012
1.The Guardian Says Correcting People On Their Grammar Is Racist
2.Hysterical Bloomberg Columnist: Trump's 'America First' Speech Reminiscent of 'Nazi Era'
3.Student Rep. On Free Speech: "Some People Have More Equal Rights Than Others"
4.Trump Foreign Policy Speech Signals Death of Neocons and Peace With Russia
5."All He Could Say Was 'Sex, Sex, Sex'": Wave of Muslim Migrant Sex Assaults Hits Austria
6.ADL Targets Trump: Saying "America First" is Anti-Semitic
7.South African Sports Associations 'Too White'
8.Prosecutor: "Many People" Will Riot in Baltimore If White Cop in Freddie Gray Case Is Acquitted
"...if the Constitution permits that certain people can conjure whatever capricious laws they might care to imagine, then why stipulate within the same document that it allows for the establishing of post offices and post roads? Or to lay and collect taxes? Of course it allows these things, so long as the magical legislative elves decide to create legislation stating that it shall be so. There is no need to spell out any particular applications of the legislative monopoly, since anything one can imagine falls under its auspices."