Hurricane Irma spared Hamilton’s boyhood home

Hurricane Irma spared Alexander Hamilton’s boyhood home in Nevis.

That is good news for the people there. That storm did enough damage.

Of course, Hurricane Hamilton continues to churn in Washington D.C. on a regular basis.
It’s a category ten on a scale of five.

Unconstitutional implied powers? Check.

The reduction of the States to corporations? Check.

An out of control executive branch? Check.

And we can’t forget the trifecta of Supreme Court Justices who helped his nationalist dream along: Marshall, Story, and Black.

Even Hamilton had influence there. See John Roberts’s majority opinion in the Obamacare fiasco. He cited Hamilton’s arguments before the Court from the 1791 case Hylton v. United States in declaring Obamacare constitutional.

As I said, a ten on a five scale.

The now trendy glorification of Hamilton has to stop. My forthcoming How Alexander Hamilton Screwed Up America will hopefully help do that.

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