After declaring anti-Muslim rhetoric off limits, perhaps Democrats can finally get back to work doing what they like best: spreading anti-wealth, tax inequality rhetoric. Unlike rhetoric against terrorism, tax inequality rhetoric has no limits. Isn’t summoning hatred toward America’s most well off just as prejudicial as profiling minorities?
My father died last Wednesday. He was a World War II veteran and a good man with an infallible moral compass. He had been sick for a long time. For those of you who have not had the experience of watching a loved one leave this world despite the best efforts of medical science, know that dying can be difficult.
Chicago wanted a liberal political machine. It got one. The last time the city had a Republican mayor was 1931 and the city council is run by Democrats. It’s not as if the left hasn’t had a chance to turn its words into deeds and run the city the way liberals think it should be run.
“Pipeline to prison” is a slogan you are going to hear many times over the next year. What it means is that no matter how much money taxpayers give to schools, kids are going from kindergarten to the big house because we aren’t paying enough.
It started even before the first Obamacare health exchange took our money. An irresistible opportunity beckoned to turn inclusion into a dirty word. Despite all their promises, could Democrats find a way to give health care benefits to the one group they told us we would not have to pay for?