"There is always a philosophy for lack of courage."—Albert Camus

Monday, November 01, 2004

Welcome American Spectator Readers!

Thanks for dropping by after reading about the offensive reality of Texas' "Billion Dollar Man." Giant legal verdicts represent the ultimate in big government activism and should prove to be a uniting cause for classical liberals, libertarians, and modern conservatives. We've got to get a handle on the litigation problem before it completely cripples the healthcare system and continues its damaging effects on other sectors of the economy.

Don't stop reading with this post. We've got commentary from S.T. Karnick and Alan Reynolds, too. I think you'll enjoy the experience.

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