Picking such shining examples of enlightened behavior reveals very distorted logic that's obscured by reasonable-sounding prose. Roberts is no Scalia when it comes to rhetoric, but his thinking seems almost as muddy today.
About a month ago, my husband Paul and I were en route to Tunisia, which was largely calm and peaceful, to see what the revolution was like on the ground. In my experience, there is media, and then there is reality.
The governor of Wisconsin apparently forgot that the Reagan Revolution wouldn't have happened without Reagan Democrats -- voters who defected from the Democrats and nearly split the union vote against Carter.