Political Cowardice in the Senate and House isn't Unconstitutional, but the Individual Mandate Is

While I was a professor at the University of Virginia, the Washington Post was my daily paper.  For 25 years, I read it every morning at about 4:00.  The Post is regarded as a liberal newspaper, but by and large it covers global news events with a reasonable degree of balance.  If you want real balance, though, you must be willing to do some digging.  There is bias in everything you read, hear, and see.  It's unavoidable and understandable, so it's our job to find content that presents the balance that we seek.  You must cast your net broadly if you hope to haul in a balanced catch. Some of the Post's columnists make no effort to be objective and balanced, E.J. Dionne being chief among them.  His view of the world is so slanted that his opinions are essentially useless.  Candidly, Dionne doesn't even present the causes in which he believes effectively.  E.J. Dionne is to the Washington Post what Paul Krugman is to the New York Times....(Read Full Post)