Category Archives: The Constitution

What makes a conservative.

I didn’t really intend to post this, but i know of no other way to get a document into an online discussion.  I look forward to some feedback.   Conservative principle as applied by the right As applied by the … Continue reading

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More about the Constitution

I want to share an ongoing discussion about a Truthout Article: The Economy We Want Starts With a Constitutional Amendment by Keith Harrington. My first comment was ‘We need a lot more than an amendment to address election financing: we … Continue reading

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SOTU

I had every intention of watching the President’s Address, but the flesh is weak and I fell asleep. (I am in Italy, so it began at 3am) However, the entire speech is available if you want to watch it, and … Continue reading

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So many topics, so little time

I have had a Facebook morning, made new friends, and discovered organizations that I was previously unaware of, all doing their darndest to make the world a better place. Everything is so complicated and disjointed. If only there was one … Continue reading

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What about that Constitution, then?

Thomas Jefferson was of the opinion that the Constitution should be revised or updated every generation. His argument was that nobody wants to have their lives directed by dead people. Back then, a generation was about 18 years. Nowadays it … Continue reading

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