Strange days, my friends
Earlier this month, a voting-rights attorney from the Department of Justice resigned because, well, because the Justice Department refused to prosecute a clear case of voter intimidation.
Intimidation, it seems, is currently in vogue, in the Obama government.
Making Politics Personal/Photo Nina Easton
Just about a year after President Obama told bankers I am the only things standing between you and pitchforks, union thugs supported by Obama’s pals (and perhaps by the anti-capitalist-in-Chief?) decide to protest foreclosures at the private home of a (life-long Democrat) Bank of America attorney, whose terrified son was the only one home as 14 busloads (escorted by DC police) arrived.
Meanwhile, the Federal Government mumbles that it might prefer not to enforce those laws it does not like. The party in power, laughs at the state of Arizona, and the Governor of Arizona mocks them in return:
And in Connecticut, the senate race now includes a woman familiar with smackdowns
But don’t let it get you down; do not despair. The truth is, despite all of that craziness coming down from the elites at the top, the truth is, ordinary people are still quietly heroic, and I believe their sanity will win out, eventually.
But check out Bill Whittle on Tony Stark and Milton Friedman. It’s a great program, but what is mesmerizing is a bit of tape from the 1970′s, when–apparently–people still actually conversed and listened to each other.