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Boundary Business in New Constitution

Boundary Business in New Constitution

Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

Constitution is the supreme law of the nation. New constitution has to be framed reflecting the incidents of by gone days, managing the present context with a view to determine the future pavement of upcoming days. 652 more words

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Bad Cop?

My last post was titled, “Good Cop,” so it is only fitting that this post is dubbed “Bad Cop.” It is a nice juxtaposition – good cop/bad cop – don’t you think? 1,756 more words

Progressive Christianity

A Poignant Moment...

Thoughtful Thursday

I had a poignant moment yesterday morning when I opened up my email and saw a note from an older friend.  He wanted to share some thoughts with me after reading… 1,091 more words

General

Compare and Contrast: Conservatives and Libertarians

Ever wondered what the major differences are between conservatives and libertarians?

I have.

I asked a friend what he thought the differences between the two are and he said “libertarians believe in the Constitution and freedom as in limited or no government involvement outside of its constitutional authority.” 770 more words

ICYMI: Sen. Cruz Op-Ed in USA Today: Republican Priorities for 2015

In Case You Missed It…
Sen. Cruz Op-Ed in USA Today: Republican Priorities for 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, penned the following op-ed for USA today, explaining critical priorities for a Republican led Congress, including jumpstarting the economy, safeguarding constitutional liberties and strengthening our national security. 965 more words

Senator Ted Cruz

Elections, 1792 Style: Why the President was never Supposed to be Chosen by Popular Vote

The Electoral College has been one of the most debated parts of Presidential Elections in the United States.  Many in my own family didn’t understand back in 2000 how George W. 1,126 more words

Constitution

Stop Legalizing Same Sex Marriage!

Stop Legalizing Same Sex Marriage!
by JBS President John F. McManus

There are, of course, many who insist that conferring legitimacy on same-sex marriage is perfectly proper, even overdue. 710 more words