What You Can Learn From the Newspapers
Thursday’s Wall Street Journal taught me that Sarah Palin is not a rigid fundamentalist. “She drew the ire from the religious right by shelving calls for new abortion limits, when she worried it would distract from her bipartisan deal to push through a new gas pipeline.” And that’s comforting, isn’t it?
And the Labor Department does not have to follow the law in protecting corporate whistleblowers, when the whistleblower works in a subsidiary. That makes sense, doesn’t it.
Of course, the common theme is that business is the true religion in America.