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Constitutional Interpretation

A great look at how certain ways of interpreting the Constitution fail modern society. Originalism and Textualism don’t actually follow the Founders’ intent; they work against the originally vague language the Founders used for the purpose of letting society apply modern morals and standards. 23 more words

The Law

About that universal health care ...

TANSTAAFL – There’s no such thing as a free lunch.


Health Care

"Don't Be Afraid to Speak Up."

January 30th was Fred Korematsu Day, a day recognized in ten states honoring the memory of Fred Korematsu, a leader that the Japanese American community esteems just as much as Dr. 1,006 more words

The Tyranny of the Oligarchy

As covered in my previous article about the undue power of the Supreme Court, America’s joint deference to whatever a court says has no basis in the Constitution. 1,222 more words


The Undue Power of the Supreme Court

When it comes to contentious Supreme Court decisions like Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges, too often are the words “it’s the law of the land” used. 1,494 more words