The Importance of Electing a Republican Slate in 2009

October 16, 2009 
Filed under Activism

Our individual freedom and autonomy, the very heart of Constitutional limited government and free markets, is under unprecedented attack by Leftists now dominating the Democratic party and one-party rule. Although I rarely advocate electing a single-party slate, I think that this year presents an important case for electing the Republican judges at all levels.

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The Health Care Solution We Need to be Talking About

September 15, 2009 
Filed under Activism, Healthcare

Medical malpractice law suits have had a devastating impact on the practice of medicine in Pennsylvania. Thanks to jury verdicts, expensive settlements to avoid trials, and increasing premiums for malpractice insurance, high risk specialists are in short supply across the state. Medical students educated in Pennsylvania schools leave to practice in other states with more reasonable liability systems. Obstetric units at hospitals have closed all across our region, and trauma care has suffered.

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The Wrong Choice For Solicitor General

March 14, 2009 
Filed under Activism

Elena Kagan has called military recruiting “discriminatory,” “deeply wrong,” “unwise,” and “unjust.” This nominee for solicitor general believes the military should be banned from campus. Kagan fought all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court to invalidate a federal law known as the Solomon Amendment, denying qualified students the opportunity to serve our country and infringing upon their constitutional rights.

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The Necessity for Action

March 11, 2009 
Filed under Activism, Limited Government

Sometimes thought of as an afterthought, to “sweep up” anything the Founders may have forgotten, the 10th Amendment today is taking on monumental importance as increasing federal intrusion into state affairs threatens to completely destroy the balance between state and federal power.

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