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Two Terms and Beyond: The Case Against the Career Politician

In February, John Dingell (D-MI) announced that he’s going to be one of the thirty or so Congressmen who won’t be standing for re-election this November. 1,797 more words


72% Think It Would Be Better if Most in Congress Are Not Reelected - Rasmussen Reports™

More voters than ever would rather scrap the current Congress than to see it reelected.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just nine percent (9%) of Likely U.S. 70 more words


4th District Republican Candidate Tom Carter Interviewed on Gulf Coast Mornings

While Steven Palazzo and Gene Taylor are capturing the most media attention, Tom Carter is also in the race to represent the Republican Party in Mississippi’s 4th Congressional District.   78 more words


Whatever happened to civics classes in our schools?

As if it wasn’t bad enough they eliminated civics from the curriculum, now, under Common Core, they’re making a mockery of civility and the Constitution. 553 more words

Common Core

If I Were to Re-write the United States’ Constitution

Welcome to Part II of 42 STEPS TO A BETTER WORLD. In this installment, the prompt for which I stole in whole and without shame from somewhere else, we look at ways to improve the United States via one of its founding documents, the Constitution. 1,741 more words

United States History

It's time For The Tea Party To Give Eric Cantor The Boot

Eric Cantor and Steve LaTourette Continue To Wage War Against Conservatives

By Alexis Deacon
Steve LaTourette, a former GOP establishment congressman, runs two anti-TeaParty Super PACs; … 1,437 more words

My Thoughts

The 22nd Amendment - Part 2

Calvin Coolidge left office on March 4, 1929 and published his autobiography in May of that year.  He could have run in 1928 and probably would have won, but since he had already served more than five years, he did not think it wise to seek re-election. 157 more words