At mid-term, politicians face a challenge regarding what voters really think about government. A new survey, "The Role of Government," indicates that their thoughts are somewhat contradictory. However, with one question — "How big and how invasive should government be?" — the Tea Party movement has seemingly touched some nerves in voters' thinking, if not their actions.
Late last week a federal judge ruled that according to the settled case law undergirding the jurisprudence of the Commerce Clause, the individual mandate of ObamaCare is constitutional.
“I don’t want people talking on phones, having them up to their ear or texting while they’re driving.” Thus spake Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in an October 5 interview with Bloomberg News. So let it be written; so let it be done.
On Friday October 1, 2010, a rally was held in Newark, N.J., approximately one week after the death of Jessica Moore, a 19-year-old psychology honors student at Seton Hall University, who was shot and killed at a weekend house party in East Orange, N.J., along with four others who were wounded.