Obamacare’s blatant abuse of human rights

Matt Kibbe The Daily Caller 11/9/2010

On November 2nd, the American people’s voice was heard at the ballot box. Voters in Arizona, Oklahoma and Missouri overwhelmingly voted for ballot measures stopping the enforcement of the individual mandate — one of the key provisions in Obamacare. The mandate, which takes effect in 2014, will force Americans […]

Mystery donor leaves $10,000 in gift box at 9/11 memorial site

Daily Mail [UK] 21st October 2010

Officials at the September 11 memorial site in New York were stunned after finding a $10,000 in cash in one of the donation boxes.

Joe Daniels, president of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, said that 99 $100 bills and five 20s were discovered in the box […]

Quote of the day

Founders’ Library Claremont Institute

On the Price of Corn and Management of the Poor, 1776 by Benjamin Franklin

…But, it seems, we Farmers must take so much less, that the poor may have it so much cheaper.

This operates then as a tax for the maintenance of the poor. A very good thing, you will […]

Obama: Charity begins with government

Obama: charity begins with government

by Slublog HotAir.com February 2, 2010

If you need a chuckle, just imagine the incandescent outrage on the left if George W. Bush had proposed this. Clearly, Obama hates charity:

The White House is expecting to collect an additional $291 billion over the next decade by reducing the write-off for […]

When Will Westerners Stop Westernizing Islamic Concepts?

by Raymond Ibrahim August 25, 2009

Recently, Cathy Lynn Grossman of USA Today wrote an article about Muslim zakat, wherein I was referenced as a “critic of Islam.” She then followed up with another article titled “Critic questions the aims and ends of Islamic charity,” dedicated to examining my views on zakat.

While I appreciate […]