Some days are slow, others busy. Today there seemed to be several good and worthwhile stories. First, could it be that the ruling from the SC yesterday could begin the undoing of the administration's spying program? let's hope so. I, for one, am a bit sick of all the anti-Patrick Henrys running around DC. Recall him? "Give me liberty or give me death?" Too many hollering, "I'll trade a my liberty for a false sense of freedom" for my tastes. A little more expansion on this here. Further, he is more on the president's penchant for placing himself above the law. It would be interesting to see how quickly Faux News' talking heads would reverse course if this were a dem. If nothing else, seems a Christian's awareness of the doctrine of original sin would preclude anyone thinking this is okay.
Here is more on the breakdown in democratic processes embodied in the SC's ruling that basically says that state legislatures can gerrymander to their hearts content.
On this one, let's hope saner heads prevail in the Senate.
For the outrageous comment of the day, see here, where Kilmeade is quoted as saying that in the fight to defeat those who would take away our freedoms, the U.S. should take away our freedoms instead. Cool, eh?
Ah, well, enough are the sins of the day for today.