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Melting Pot or Puzzle Pieces

America is thought of as a melting pot by many but perhaps it’s more of a jigsaw puzzle with specific pieces being withheld by some making it impossible to create a complete picture.  1,127 more words

Social Issues

The Continuing Relevance of the Constitution

Commentary by Larry Arnn / November 28, 2016

URL of the original posting site: http://dailysignal.com/2016/11/28/the-continuing-relevance-of-the-constitution/

Public policy is often exciting and urgent. When a war begins or ends, when votes are counted in an election, or when a major bill is passed, everyone senses the magnitude of the event.

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Political

Party Responsibility

I was participating in a conversation on Facebook, and the following statement started out because I felt it needed to be said, regarding the responsibility, or lack thereof in Partisan Politics. 516 more words

Due Process

Redesigning Secular Government

I’m going to start a series of articles exploring the primary documents of secular government in the United States of America.

Starting with the Constitution of the United States of America – and then working my way through laws – pointing out problems that lead to our current society, why they are problems and what the solutions are to those problems. 235 more words

Philosophy

Series : Everyday Inhuman Humans – Day 3 7/7/2016

Well, so soon in to the series and I missed a day. :( It was good for me, though. I spent some serious time riding my motorcycle across a couple of very different parts of New Jersey and not just the glowing toxic waste zone that I live. 1,046 more words

Philosophy