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Now It's Personal

Frankly, I couldn’t care less about the NFL or any other sports organization. In my view, many athletes are way overpaid for playing a game. When it gets down to it that is all athletes do is play games. 867 more words


Actress Branded ‘Inappropriate’ By Liberals For Speaking About Constitution

By Corinne Weaver ~

It’s a sad world we live in where talking about the Constitution is considered inappropriate for children. But for actress Janine Turner ( 455 more words

Public Opinion

The Emerging New World

By Herbert London ~

It is clear that the free exchange of opinion that once characterized university life is now being challenged. The avatars of social justice have arrogated to themselves the role of arbiter in the university curriculum. 667 more words

Public Opinion

Our Constitution Wasn’t Built for This

The Constitution was designed at a time when there wasn’t any meaningful inequality among the white property owner class which wrote it.

The problem is that our constitutional system might not survive in an unequal economy.

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Weekend Roundup

Did you know that the U.S. Constitution is the world’s oldest representative constitution still in existence today?  Tomorrow, September 17th, marks 230 years since the birth of that great document; be sure to check out this short… 76 more words


Bridge of Spies: Critiquing the Film and Reviewing the History

When I first volunteered to “do something on the film Bridge of Spies” for the July meeting of the Cold War Symposium, I knew a film critique would be fun to do, and my audience would learn new information on how to watch a movie. 458 more words


His People

View of the World From 9th Avenue  Saul Steinberg

When I first heard the pundits use the term “Trump’s people,” I thought they meant those who live on Fifth Avenue with a fabulous view of Central Park. 1,096 more words