Wednesday, August 08, 2007


Well, there it goes. Barry Bonds hit his 756th home run last night. Yeah, so?

A federal appeals court ruled yesterday that patients with terminal illnesses do not have a constitutional right to use medicines that have not yet won regulatory approval.

In a new effort to crack down on illegal immigrants, federal authorities are expected to announce tough rules this week that would require employers to fire workers who use false Social Security numbers.

Attacks on American forces in Iraq using a lethal type of roadside bomb said to be supplied by Iran reached a new high in July, according to the U.S. military [in the latest installment of the ramp-up to the next illegal war].

Presidential candidates in both parties are promising to overhaul the nation's health care system and cover more — if not all — of the nation's uninsured.

And that's just what I found in a quick survey of one newspaper, the New York Times, as to what liberties were being assaulted while that baseball was flying out of the park. My guess is there are well over 756 freedoms under attack at any given moment.

One must keep an eye on the ball to be able to follow the game.

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