Tag Archives: Constitution

Liberals for Gary Johnson?

Every Presidential election is mostly a two-person race – from a practical standpoint, anyway. Occasionally a third party candidate does make some noise. In 2000, Ralph Nader got a lot of attention, and shook up the race, arguably weakening Democratic … Continue reading

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Impeach the Senate Judiciary Committee

Okay, please bear with me here, as this one will probably sound pretty angry. And forgive the title, as I’m aware that what I’m going to say is likely not sufficient to actually call for impeachment. But this is an … Continue reading

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Unlocking the Asylum – Round One

Thoughts on the first Republican debate for Election 2016 This past Thursday, the seventeen candidates for the Republican presidential nomination met for a debate. Well, more accurately, FOX News deemed 17 candidates to be too unwieldy, and using a small … Continue reading

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Speaking Before Thinking – Reactions to the Obergefell Decision

On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled on the case of Obergefell v. Hodges. It was actually a merging of several cases across multiple states, but was spearheaded by one Jim Obergefell of Ohio. He … Continue reading

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Who is killing the Postal Service?

It’s no secret the modern Republican Party’s first overriding principle is that government is the largest problem facing America today. Pretty much all their current philosophy stems from this central tenant. Less government is better. Now this of course, like … Continue reading

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Elected yet unelectable – Jody Hice

Elected yet unelectable Jody Hice Currently unelected, running for US House in Georgia’s 10th Congressional District Jody Hice, a Baptist minister and radio talk show host, is not actually an elected official – yet. I suppose he’s not the best … Continue reading

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What’s the problem with Cliven Bundy?

What’s going on in Nevada? Why is cattle rancher Cliven Bundy threatening violence toward American law enforcement officials? Why he is fighting so hard over grazing fees? Cliven Bundy is a wealthy Nevada cattle rancher who has recently made national … Continue reading

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