Paul Ryan's position on the Constitution is as flexible as a windshield wiper.

More government "oversight" is the last thing Puerto Rico needs, but that's what it is getting to aid its financial woes. What it needs instead is less government, not more. 

These two are not just one-off examples of political corruption, but instead represent the debased culture that returns them and their cohorts to office year after year.

Faced with continued opposition from liberty-minded U.S. senators against a White House-backed global tax regime that shreds what remains of financial privacy, establishment Republican leaders in Congress are working overtime to get Obama's schemes approved. Obama himself has been on the warpath, too, blasting Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) last month for his “quirky” opposition to obliterating the U.S. Constitution's Fourth Amendment protections for privacy rights. When that failed, Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) joined the fray, sending a letter to fellow lawmakers urging them to help get Obama's schemes approved as quickly as possible.

The media reported that the sit-in had something to do with legislation to curb terrorist violence. The media got it wrong.

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