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#hobbylobby and theo-anarchy

I don’t want to fully comment on the case because: 1.) I believe SCOTUS is actually the “decider-in-chief” of the

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Your logical fallacy of the day – Appeal to/Argument from authority

Person A is (claimed to be) an authority on subject S. Person A makes claim C about subject S. Therefore,

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So… about the #IRS thing

The IRS inspector general will release an audit sometime this week, but congressional aides gave several media outlets a draft

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Why I fly the red cross

Jim stared using it yesterday. He has a post up. This is what it looks like: I’m flying it, too.

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We are a Republic of Laws

There has been much said this past week about the rise in American acceptance of the right for two non-heterosexual

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Higher Criticism and Chief Justice John Roberts’ Decision

Rodney has started a series for us Browncoat Bibliobloggers. This is sorta like a Deuterocanonical post in the series. Higher

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Rick Joyner: John Roberts must be on drugs

It is understandable that some are now making the assertion that Chief Justice Roberts’ medication used to control his epilepsy

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Chief Justice John Roberts – New Liberal Hero

In a vote 6 to 3 5 to 4, the mandate for health insurance has survived. John Roberts, while not