Submitted by danps on Sun, 11/18/2012 - 6:31am
UPDATE: A summary of the ballot language to Proposition 35 has been added as a footnote.
Civil liberties are more often than not difficult to stand up for in practice. In theory everyone is in favor of them, but the only times they make it into national debate is when they are under attack. When times are good policy makers and the public don't seem to give much thought to re-visiting prior restrictions. If everything in fine why bother, right? Read below the fold...
Submitted by libbyliberal on Thu, 12/08/2011 - 2:51pm
Bill Quigley has taken a hard and well-researched look at Obama’s continuation and escalation of what Quigley terms the “draconian domestic civil liberties intrusions pioneered under the Bush administration” (involving freedoms of speech, of assembly of association, to privacy, to a fair trial, of religion, etc.).
Quigley's article is a strong rejoinder to so much of the myopic, Obamacrat hype about Obama being the lesser of two evils. He only appears to be the lesser of two evils in the hypocritical talk Obama talks and guaranteed will be talking much more of in his ever-intensifying “Lucy and the football” campaign mode. Read below the fold...
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