July 5, 2022

Hillary’s Uphill Fight Against Sexual Violence

imageHillary Clinton has arguably done more to combat sexual violence in Africa in her short time as Secretary of State than the entire U.N. has in the last decade.

There are lessons that people in the U.S. and the rest of the civilized world can learn simply from her.  We do not have to visit Africa and see the mauled and maimed women first-hand to realize that, whatever our differences politically, we really have a minimal number of problems to deal with in our lives and that it is our general adherence to the rule of law, with all of its compulsions and flaws, that creates the sense – and more than that, the reality – of security most westerners enjoy day in and day out.

The Health Care Debate We’re Not Having

imageWe are not having the health care debate that we should be having. The first question should be, “Should the government offer any sort of health care benefit?”, not “What kind of health care program should we implement, how much should it cost, and who will it cover?” These are interesting questions; however, until the former is answered, resoundingly, as an affirmative they are also irrelevant.