Remember Rigoberta Menchu, 1992 Peace Prize winner, a choice also based on talk rather than actual achievement?
The full implications of requiring Americans to buy health insurance have not been sufficiently appreciated — or feared.
Whenever a politician says nothing in his proposed legislation requires this or that, you can be pretty sure that both this and that will be crammed down the public’s throat in short order.
Obama spoke of "civil rights" and "discrimination," but his definitions of the terms were something else entirely.
Obama and Gates articulate a radical view of "equality" that progresses way beyond the simple absence of racism.