Congress as part of green fuels initiatives subsidizes cellulosic fuels, a product that doesn't exist, mandates its purchase even though it doesn't exist, is punishing oil companies for not buying the product that doesn't exist, and is now doubling down on the subsidies in the hope that someday it might exist.
The TSA detains seventeen year old Vanessa Gibbs in a Virginia airport for trying to board a plane while carrying a purse with an image of a gun embossed on its side.
The Administration in Washington offers taxpayer dollars to Brazil to help finance offshore drilling while denying permits to American oil companies to drill in the United States.
It is illegal for a school to give aspirin to a child without parental permission (which is a good thing), but the school can refer girls for abortions without parental notification.
In Boston, a seven year-old boy defends himself by kicking in the groin a bully who is trying to choke him. The boy is expelled from school and charged with sexual assault.It’s almost like a spirit of insanity is running loose in the neighborhood, and it’s hard to believe that people making decisions about other people’s lives, as illustrated above, fail to see the disconnect from reason. What ever happened to sound judgement? Have we become like the people of Rome, who, “professing to be wise, they became fools”? (Romans 1:22)