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Interrupted Poet--Last gasp

I have re-attached the domain name “interruptedpoet.com” to this blog one last time.  I hope that it is the last time it will appear.  I am no longer the “interrupted poet.”  But there were a few things left to clear up. 63 more words

Interrupted Poet

PIECES OF THE PUZZLE: 'Atlas Shrugged' in Net Neutrality

If you have struggled to see the things people have been trying to warn America about in our government and corporate America.  If you have never been able to understand the connections that are supposed to illustrate these warnings.  934 more words

Politics

Court Strength In The Constitution

An important function of the judicial branch of government is to defend the U.S. Constitution and the constitutional rights of individuals. In my view, deference on the part of courts to legislative decisions or to court precedent should be viewed with skepticism. 349 more words

Reason Magazine

Presidential Provisions and Powers Discussed

Federalist 69 – by Alexander Hamilton.

1. What are the chief characters in regards to the President as outlined in the proposed Constitution?

2. Why does Hamilton believe the term of office for a President should be longer than three years? 706 more words

Self-education

PURPOSE AND POWER OF PRAYER

“A Word”

NO ONE IS GREATER THAN THEIR PRAYER LIFE

God has a purpose for everything. We will misuse or abuse whatever it is we do not know the purpose of; THIS INCLUDES OUR LIFE. 335 more words

"A WORD" BLOGGER

U.S. Constitution; "separation of powers" and remedy for purposeful violation

U.S. Constitution

Article. I. (Legislative Branch)

Section. 1.

All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.

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The Rule Of Law