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A critically thinking curmudgeon whose goal, in addition to creatively venting about the imperfect world in which we live, is to induce critical thinking in others. The ultimate goal is to help bring about a peaceful world in which we can all live in freedom.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

The Courts and the New Deal

I wasn't planning on blogging anything else today, but after reading this on today's LRC I just couldn't resist posting the link. It's simply too important not to emphasize, particularly in light of the Miers nomination controversy. Willam Anderson has neatly outlined, in one relatively compact article, the entire course of our economic, legal and social decline as a nation . IMHO this ranks as one of the Top Ten Best things Lew and company have ever published.

Please read it, then spread it far and wide.


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