Time magazine recently had a cover story that was one of the sorriest pieces of "reporting" that I have ever read, and I have read some bad stuff in my life. It was written just like the wonky left on this site claims Fox reports news, only from the other side. It started off innocently enough, but by the end of the second paragraph it was ready to toss the Constitution out as outmoded and irrelevant. The managing editor, Richard Stengle, clearly has an agenda U.S. Constitution Under Siege over Libya, Taxes, Health Care - TIME I have to admit that reading this article makes me angry. The man has an obvious agenda, and ignores everything that doesn't fit into it. For one thing, he ignores that the Federalist papers were written to sell the Constitution to an unwary public that was still dealing with the aftermath of revolution, and saw no real need to change the government they had, even if it was obvious that the Articles of Confederation were not working. Everyone was willing to admit that we needed a strong national government, but no one wanted to see it grow too strong. Foster Friess | Time Magazine Says Constitution Allows for Unlimited Government You would think that the managing editor of a national news magazine would at least have heard of the Federalist Papers, even if he had never bothered to read them himself. Apparently he was to busy to even assign someone to fact check his story before he inflicted his subscribers to the trash he thinks passes as news.