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Saturday, July 9, 2016
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Posted by Craig Biddle at 4:07 pm ETI’m often asked versions of the following: Given that the political right is so corrupted by conservatives who seek to limit liberty in countless ways, wouldn’t it be better to abandon the language of “left” vs. “right” and adopt new terminology?
My answer is that, because the terms “left” and “right” are already widely used to denote the basic political alternative, and because that alternative is in fact binary, the best approach for advocates of freedom is not to reject the prevalent terminology but to clarify it—by defining the relevant terms.
The problem with conventional approaches to the left-right political spectrum is that they either fail to define the alternatives in question, or proceed to define them in terms of non-essentials.
Posted by Tom Anderson at 10:15 AM
Sunday, November 24, 2013
In my 2008 post I was responding to specific words uttered by Mr. Obama. I am not claiming that Mr. Obama wants to "nationalize" anything, at this point, except health care. He is on record for favoring a single-payer system, and that is, effectively socialism, is it not? Jumping to the present, the Affordable Care Act is a form of economic fascism, as practiced by Mussolini and Hitler. Private citizens are permitted to own enterprises, but they are effectively controlled by the government. That is the very definition of fascism, or "crony capitalism." It's form may be capitalistic, but the government actually controls the property.
Posted by Tom Anderson at 1:27 PM
Friday, November 30, 2012
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Come on now. Is Obama really a "psychopathic megalomaniac"?
I learned of Obama's problems today. Not from Ron Paul supporters. Not from Glenn Beck's Drudge wanna-be news site The Blaze. I read about Obama's psychosis from left wing Democrats.
Everyday I get emails from former members of Move On, a pro-Democratic Party group that was famously active during the build-up to the Iraq War in 2003. They're complaining about one man: President Obama.
In these emails, one thing is apparent. When it comes to the left wing liberals, Obama is being left behind.
The left was mostly raptured into political heaven four years ago when they elected Obama on bended knee. He spoke about things dear to their hearts: closing Guantanamo Bay. Ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Getting tough on bankers.
Guantanamo is still open. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are winding down, but the military presence remains. (Smacks of imperialism. That's something the left hates as much as libertarians do.) Then there's the president's bit about getting tough on bankers. Where has the White House come down hard on Wall Street? Fuhgeddaboudit. This is New York!
Posted by Tom Anderson at 11:48 AM
ON Friday night, the nation’s capital was under a tornado watch. And that was the best thing that happened to the White House all week.
As the president was being slapped by Mitt Romney for being too weak on national security, he was being rapped by a Times editorial for being too aggressive on national security.
A Times article by Jo Becker and Scott Shane revealed that the liberal law professor who campaigned against torture and the Iraq war now personally makes the final decisions on the “kill list,” targets for drone strikes. “A unilateral campaign of death is untenable,” the editorial asserted.
Posted by Tom Anderson at 11:40 AM