Go out and see, pilgrim
April, what a month. From the Latin “aperire,” to open.
To open the earth, to open our eyes and hearts, to open up the possibilities. To open our wallets (for the IRS, of course). A month said by modernists to be the cruelest. Full Story
Madison’s last stand
The shade of James Madison hovers over the ObamaCare argument at the Supreme Court.
It is the system of limited and carefully divided government powers that he had a large hand in crafting — and defended so ably in The Federalist Papers — that is at stake in the contest over the constitutionality of the individual mandate. Full Story