Then why keep tearing it down? E.g. better welfare benefits when unmarried, the marriage tax, …
March 27, 2016 at 3:35pm
Its a natural reaction to SCOTUS violating over 2,000 years of natural law.
March 27, 2016 at 3:33pm
I wonder what other businesses the State can exit? How about education (vouchers)?
March 27, 2016 at 3:32pm
Wow, under your skin a little? I’d love the left to do what you suggest. Stop indoctrinating kids in public schools and colleges, stop demanding service (wedding flowers) while stopping service (Chick-fil-A), and etc. What you are advocating is either totalitarian (my way or no way) or libertarian (to each his own). The latter is more acceptable but only if it applies both ways.
 March 27, 2016 at 3:21pm
Turnabout is fair play. Time for the NC governor to ban all government paid travel to cities or states banning travel to NC. If the San Trancisco Convention Center starts taking a hit because shows avoid them, then San Tran may stop trying to export their values. Ditto for Chicago and others that have “banned” Chick-ifl-A. Send a message. If you are not OK being around us, then OK, we won’t come. Your choice. Maybe Georgia would join in since they are being persecuted by Hollywood.
 May 22, 2015 at 10:25am
Absolutely, progressives are like locusts. They destroy paradise (California) and then move on to greener pastures (Texas).
A word of advice to progressives and immigrants: when you flee something don’t vote for the same policies or politics that caused you to flee in the first place.
 May 20, 2015 at 12:35pm
In other words – if someone abuses a God-given right (self defence) that right should be forfeit to the government by everyone. What’s next, repealing the first amendment because of an unkind comment about the president? Oops – that actually is the next article.
April 19, 2015 at 3:55pm
Goading Israel to attack?
Between Iran’s bluster, Obama’s blather, and Russian SAM’s, that is getting more likely.
April 2, 2015 at 6:55pm
GOP better figure out how to deal with Internet lynch mobs. I guarantee this tactic will be a factor in 2016 and before. Now it’s just practice to see if it works. The beta test.
 March 31, 2015 at 6:48pm
Environment or Sex? In the Bay Area farmers are starved for water because of a two-inch fish. Is that fish important enough to ban the pill?
Where on the liberal hierarchy does the planet fall relative to sex?
 March 30, 2015 at 9:20am
How soon before someone suggests guards and signs that say: “non-blacks only” (Whites, Asians, Latinos all ok)
 March 30, 2015 at 1:14am
When conservative Governors do something similar when nut-nick libs take egregious actions?
I am not sure, but 20 others states have that law. And Obama's DC. Obama is the head Queer in the woodpile.
 March 16, 2015 at 7:41pm
They were. Evangelicals led the abolitionist movement. A whole bunch of white folks died in the civil war supporting freeing the slaves and much of that was driven not by government dictate but by conscious.
 March 16, 2015 at 4:39pm
… And endowed by our —- with certain inalienable rights … Life, liberty, and the persuit of happiness.
I am pretty sure this founding document fills in the blank with “creator” not “government.”
And I'm pretty sure those rights, as endowed by our Creator, were not extended to bIack people or women.
March 7, 2015 at 11:20am
Can’t wait to meet myself.
I live in Silicon Valley and listen to Glenn while commuting.
I’m a conservative though – so it may not count.
February 22, 2015 at 5:48pm
“Teach the Constitution” would start with having students read the document along with the Declaration of Independence. What is it? What made it unique at that time? Who were the thinkers whose ideas influenced it (Locke comes to mind)?
I agree with your other observations. Our system of government depends on politicians having honor, ethics, and morality. It also depends on the electorate being well-versed in the issues and people for whom they are voting.
Unfortunately, too many in power are only driven by the acquisition of more power. That devolves our system from “inalienable rights endowed by our creator” to “rights bestowed at the whim of an aristocracy.”
 February 22, 2015 at 11:28am
Suggestions for the next President – some real, some satire, you decide:
1) Proceed on the assumption that the 43% of Dems supporting this idea always agree with you.
2) End birthright citizenship. It will make us more like Europe which the Left is always crowing about.
3) End Roe v. Wade — back to the States
4) Build Keystone
5) Life in prison for voter fraud – but a Mexican prison. It will only cost us $1 a day.
6) Airlift all the Christians from the mid-east. House them in homes vacated by illegals shipped back
7) One week’s notice to clean up — then audit companies for hiring illegals — CEO’s get 3 years, HR VP’s 2.
8) Teach the Consitution as part of Common Core – before eliminating common core
9) Put all Federal agencies on the chopping block that are not in the Constitution.
10) Devolve power to the States
11) Encourage States to devolve power to the cities and counties
12) Declare the US a Christian nation – keeping with the 1860′s Supreme Court decision around “separation of church …”
13) Re-establish Bill Clinton’s (or was it Newt’s) “End of Welfare”
14) To insure welfare recipients are “job ready,” require they to undergo “job screening” to be eligible, e.g. pee in a cup.
15) Split California into 4 States: Bay Area, LA County, rest of SoCal, rest of NorCal. 2 Dem, 2 GOP
Just a few modest suggestions. Without Congress and the Courts, I am sure the next Pres will have no problems thinking up more things for the second day in office
But what does "teach the Constitution" mean? I have what I think is a good idea what you mean, but do you trust politicians and bureaucrats to interpret that how you intended? When I was in high school (late 1970s) my teacher of government class kept saying the Constitution is a "living and breathing document". I was a good student (top 5, not merely top 5%), but I completely misinterpreted what he meant. I thought he meant that the Constitution is "living and breathing" because it could be amended as deemed desirable or necessary by the process outlined in Article V. I didn't understand until a few years ago that "living, breathing Constitution" means that the Constitution essentially means whatever the h*ll judges and politicians want it to mean. That notion is so absurd that it didn't occur to me that is what is meant by "living, breathing Constitution".
My point is be careful leaving wiggle room in demands on government. As you can see by all the parsing contortions (such as the Obama administration trying to explain how "if you like your healthcare plan you can keep your healthcare plan, period" is not a lie) politicians do to try to convince us they didn't lie. But I say if we can't try the common and reasonable interpretation of their words, their words mean nothing. If it happens on a rare occasion, I can let it slide, but when it is a habitual situation like with Obama, I say they have no credibility.
great suggestions here for the next prez. just one problem, they all make absolute perfect sense and would be the wise/smart thing to do which is exactly why these things will never happen, dem or republican.
 January 9, 2015 at 5:20pm
Maybe John McCain will run too! Split the “moderate” vote three ways. Then get a conservative!
If only medical science could cure Strom Thurmond's disease (that's the desire to die in the Senate for those of you in Rio Linda) we could be rid of Johnny Mac once and for all.
 December 20, 2014 at 2:01pm
Parents with college kids take note…
When asked recently my top requirements for candidates entering an executive grooming program, I said, “The ability to think critically and a solid command of English.”
In the future I can cite this article as a good reason why that will cull the applicants by at least 2/3.
Building on a prior post, why not video this survey for U-Tube with the following additional questions:
2) Should this policy apply to everyone? (They will say, “Yes.”)
3) No exceptions? (They will say, “Yes.”)
4) Even you? (Most will say, “Yes”)
Now it gets fun. Call over a colleague wearing a jacket that looks like it is police, INS, or similar. He or she will have a somewhat scruffy but innocent looking person handcuffed to them. Then say,
I”’d like to introduce you to Sarah. She is a Yadhzi which is a religious minority in Iraq that is being ethnically cleansed. She barely escaped slavery and the rape squads of ISIS and snuck into the US. If deported, it will be back to Iraq. Do you think she should fall under this policy and be allowed to stay?”
The interviewee will say, “Yes.”
Then say, “Great. Thank you. Officer please release Sarah and take “interviewee” into custody. We will immediately send “interviewee” back to Iraq in Sarah’s place.”
The reaction should be priceless. Of course, most will run like a scalded dog, scream for help, or turn white in shock.
Maybe they will even learn to think.