The Debt Ceiling and the Fourteenth Amendment

January 9th, 2013

By Dan Miller The Fourteenth Amendment does not grant the President unilateral authority to ignore the debt ceiling imposed by the Congress. But what if he does it anyway?


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Let’s Make a Deal! Or Not.

December 30th, 2012

By Dan Miller Once upon a time, Let’s Make a Deal was a popular television show. Why not televise the “fiscal cliff” negotiations? According to the source of all true wisdom, Wikipedia, Let’s Make a Deal is a television game show which originated in the United States and has since been produced in many countries […]


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Obstructionists Must Yield So President Obama Doesn’t Eat First Dog Bo

December 11th, 2012

By Dan Miller Unless obstructionists agree to raise taxes on the filthy rich and give President Obama authority to increase the debt ceiling unilaterally, He and his family will have to eat First Dog Bo. Not even House Speaker Boehner’s tears had persuaded enough Obstructionists to free the middle class. President Obama continued to insist that […]


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Can We Dumb Things Down Enough?

December 4th, 2012

By Dan Miller Arguments that appeal to reason rarely appeal to emotion. Nor do they appeal to uninformed voters who are not interested. Can we have better informed and more rational voters? Democrats realize that rational thought does not appeal to many voters and Republicans have yet to understand that emotional appeals beat rational appeals. […]


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The Supreme Court Did Far Worse than Merely Uphold ObamaCare

June 29th, 2012

By Dan Miller The majority decision distorts the Constitution to uphold ObamaCare. As bad as ObamaCare is, the decision transcends ObamaCare most perniciously because it expands the power of the Congress to interfere in countless other ways as yet unknown in how we live our lives. John Turley today noted that having decided that the […]


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