Tag Archives: politics

An election-day reminder to Sen. Obama

Dear Mr. Obama:  You were talking the other day about how important the youth vote is to you.  I wanted to point out to you that abortion on demand, which you so enthusiastically support, has taken the lives of 25 million plus potential voters who would be between the ages of 18 and 35 today.   […]

Dr. Paul May Do Harm

On 21 May 2008, “Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008” became law. Essentially, the act prohibits health insurance companies from denying coverage to someone with negative genetic makeup. This law is good legislation since it guarantees that everyone has the opportunity to enroll in or buy into health insurance to help improve or save peoples’ […]

Libertarians at the Pitt News?

The Pitt News, like most college newspapers, is know more for articles written by liberals and libertines than libertarians. Nevertheless, in the last few months I’ve noticed several editorials that present or at least hint at libertarian ideals. Here’s a sampling. Give me your impressions in the comments.

Ron Paul Coming to Pittsburgh!

The Hope for America Tour is coming to Pennsylvania! “Ron Paul is scheduled to make four stops in his home state over the next week and a half. This Thursday, April 3rd, Dr. Paul will visit his family in Pittsburgh and host a Freedom Rally at Indiana University of Pennsylvania at 2:00 PM ET and […]

You Can’t Be Serious

From a PA GOP email: “Honor, Courage, Duty, Perseverance, and Leadership = John McCain” That’s an April Fool’s joke, right?