But perhaps I’m naive to assume that this means they won’t be taking any more Federal educational subsidies, either.
His Majesty has found a new way to eat his porridge: Flavored with shredded ham and Swiss cheese, with a fried egg on top.
There’s power in numbers and power corrupts. We tend to forget that when Lord Acton coined the phrase “power corrupts,” he was not referring to the corruption of the powerful, he was talking about the corruption of people — specifically historians — who write about the powerful. Just look at how many people make allowances for the Kennedys they’d never make for their neighbors or employees. By any objective standard of morality, JFK and Teddy were scummy dudes. But countless liberal writers give them pass because . . . Camelot! Or something.
The IQ of public officials of all persuasions always rises when they speak in private.
— Richard A. Epstein, The Classical Liberal Constitution
The laziness here nearly amounts to high art.
His Majesty was in rare good humor this morning.
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“Our society is systematically enabling deviant and self-destructive behavior. And you Mormons are as bad about it as anyone else.”
Freedom of conscience for me, but not for thee.
Will this turn-about be considered fair play?
The deepest irony is, of course, that Harvard professors helped to design Obamacare. And Obamacare is the reason that these changes are probably necessary.