Market forces at work, finally.
“To the maximum extent permitted by law.”
The “lesser evil.”
“… we don’t have a rubber shortage in America”
Next up: the small-group discussions.
“They try to entice us, to threaten us, with money.”
“There is a law of graduality. There is no graduality to the law.”
Fictions of convenience
Letting the veil fall.
“Since the Supreme Court decided it will not protect women’s access to health care, I will.”
“Why should I give an opinion as to whether they were right or wrong?”
“I know there’s an absurdity principle, but is there a stupidity principle?”
Reuters: Court leaning in plaintiff’s direction?
They’re not even trying to be down-the-middle on this.
Looks like abstinence isn’t such a bad option, after all…
“The killing of the innocent is never fulfilling God’s will…”
Abortion laws or contraception?
Stand and deliver.
“Trammels the right of free exercise.”
“In this instance, Joe did not do as well as I had hoped in responding.”
No boat ride for you, buddy.
“…they don’t even see differences between individuals as having any role to play in success.”