Evangelicals, conservatives and pro-lifers are dancing with glee over Donald Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsberg on the U.S. Supreme Court. They shouldn't be. Once again, conservatives are being conned.
In Part 2 of this series, I pointed to an op-ed published by The Hill written by self-labeled "libertarian-conservative" Steven Calabresi.
An op-ed in yesterday's New York Times provides a good example of the libertarian-conservative mush or hash that the libertarian philosophy has become.
Conservatives love preaching about their supposed devotion to the Constitution. They also love proclaiming their opposition to socialism.
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The vice president's criticism comes after Roberts sided with the Supreme Court's Democratic appointees on several occasions in recent months.
Before commencing into Part Two of this series which helps to explain the ongoing and worsening civil and how we got here, please allow me to set the stage by quoting Federal District Court Judge Dever:
Isn't it odd that the political left claims to be so adamantly opposed to racism, yet they are the first people in the room to make generalizations based on race?
I have found the outrage among conservatives over the looting of private businesses during the anti-police brutality protests to be amusing because it is so riddled with hypocrisy.
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If you want a good sample of the hypocrisy and moral bankruptcy of conservatives, look no further than the Washington Post, specifically an op-ed in yesterday's issue by noted conservative columnist Hugh Hewitt.
Some libertarians tell me: there's no such thing as left and right; this is a made-up distinction meant to divide us.