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The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

March 1, 2012

On a mostly party-line vote, the Senate rejected Sen. Roy Blunt's (R-MO) amendment to exempt religious employers from covering services that contradict their teachings.

Retiring Sen. Olympia Snowe of Maine is the only Republican who voted against the measure. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, and Joe Manchin of West Virginia joined Ben Nelson of Nebraska, an original co-sponsor, as the Democrats who voted for it.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

February 27, 2012

Rep. Kathy Hochul (D-NY) conducts a seminar on how not to defend the Obama administration's policies to your constituents.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

February 13, 2012

James Pethokoukis supplies more reasons to dislike the Obama budget.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

February 2, 2012

Noah Millman is wrestling with a fair-minded compromise between a government trying to enforce a right to health care and religious employers trying to follow their institutional conscience.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

January 26, 2012

The powers the Constitution doesn't delegate to the federal government remain with the states and the people, so yes Massachusetts has police powers that the federal government doesn't have.

But there is also a "world of difference" between the government prohibiting rape, an act of violence against another individual, and forcing an individual to purchase health insurance. The Violence Against Women Act was unconstitutional because it usurped legitimate state powers. The individual mandate is unconstitutional at the federal level, but I would argue that it isn't a legitimate use of state power either.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

November 22, 2011

Yesterday I posted a few items on Twitter endorsing Ramesh Ponnuru's argument that conservative concerns about people not paying income taxes are overblown.

Some of the responses I received are themselves worth responding to. Many conservatives are fixated on the the 47 percent of Americans (probably closer to 46 percent this year) who don't pay income tax. To the extent that this is a rhetorical point against liberal arguments that the rich are undertaxed, it is worthwhile. I can also understand concerns about people voting for big government without paying for it, though one can be a net beneficiary of federal spending even if they pay some amount of income taxes.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

November 16, 2011

There's one other way in which the narrative about Republicans and overspending, disputed by Ramesh Ponnuru, contains an element of truth.

A version of it is even endorsed by Barack Obama: "In the year 2000, the government had a budget surplus. But instead of using it to pay off our debt, the money was spent on trillions of dollars in new tax cuts, while two wars and an expensive prescription drug program were simply added to our nation's credit card." Now, most conservatives supported the tax cuts and the wars. Obama supported one of the two wars and a prescription drug benefit that was, if anything, more expensive than the one George W. Bush signed into law.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

November 14, 2011

That is really the fundamental question at stake in the Obamacare case.

Many countries are governed by unwritten constitutions, a patchwork of court decisions, legal and political precedents, laws, and customs that shape the boundaries of government rather than any single document. Over the past eighty years, the United States has increasingly moved to that system as well. But even the post-New Deal, post-World War II consensus has always tried to appeal to our written Constitution for authority, which its champions have pretended to revere as a living document.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

November 14, 2011

A death panel for limited government, brought to you by the living Constitution.

Last week, two-thirds of Ohioans voted against letting the government force people to buy health insurance. The measure passed by a greater margin than the collective bargaining initiative, which grabbed most of the headlines, failed. Ohio's state constitution now rejects the individual mandate central to both the president's federal health care program and the Massachusetts law on which it was partially based.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

September 8, 2011

The three-judge panel ruled that Virginia had no standing to challenge the individual mandate and that Liberty University couldn't sue until the law took effect.

      
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