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Burning off the dross

October 13, 2012
by Chris Arsenault
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Biden’s behavior problem – no laughing matter

Joe Biden’s inability to control his laughter during a serious vice-presidential debate is a cause for great concern, particularly if he did so to deliberately play to his base. The vice-president forgot Ryan is there because he was nominated to represent a solid portion of the citizens of the United States. This nomination may have been through Mitt Romney, but Romney himself has been vetted through a particularly stringent process. In other words, Joe Biden wasn’t laughing at Paul Ryan – he was laughing at US citizens. Continue reading

July 2, 2012
by Chris Arsenault
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ObamaCare is Void for Vagueness

When three branches of the federal government can’t agree what’s in a piece of legislation, it’s time for the people to reject their confusion outright. Upholding laws is incumbent upon the people, and if the law is unclear, then it should be considered void for vagueness – unworthy of enforcement. Continue reading