FEMA's denial of disaster aid to a town that is "too religious" and other recent events are symptoms of the intensifying war on Christianity. And unless something changes our cultural trajectory, more serious anti-Christian persecution lies in our future.
Several bombshells have exploded over ObamaCare just in recent days. Consider, for example, Jessica Sanford, the woman President Obama had cited last month as an example of ObamaCare’s success. Turns out this much-hyped “success” was anything but.
The very word "achievement" has been replaced by the word "privilege" in many writings of our times. Individuals or groups that have achieved more than others are called "privileged" individuals or groups, who are to be resented rather than emulated.
“The best way to get a bad law repealed is to enforce it strictly,” said Abraham Lincoln. It’s ironic that Barack Obama has claimed to pattern himself after Lincoln, because his modus operandi is just the opposite: perpetuate a bad law by enforcing it loosely. Or in a targeted fashion that suits political necessities.
Perhaps Obama — perennially “bored to death” and with talents so “extraordinary” that he has “never been challenged intellectually” — finds the issues of the presidency cerebrally unchallenging and intrinsically boring.
According to relatives, infamous leftist and avowed homosexual Gore Vidal was most likely a globe-trotting pedophile who committed "Jerry Sandusky acts."
Congress and the president are taking over an area of our lives infinitely more challenging and complex than the management of traffic signals and supermarkets, namely our health care system. Oblivious to the huge information problem in the allocation of resources, the people in Washington have great confidence that they can run our health care system better than we, our physicians and hospitals.