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The Thing about Bathroom Laws

…is that they aren’t about bathrooms. We – as in anyone who cares about this debate – are allowing the most conservative political leaders to frame the debate. 530 more words

Picoblog Question – 2016 – Post #40

Picoblog Question – 2016 – Post #40

What is Amendment XVIII of the U.S. Constitution?

My two cents, but please share yours:


Passed by Congress December 18, 1917. 125 more words

A. C. Cockerill

Representative Democracy Better Than Direct Democracy

Theoretically, it may seem that more democracy can only be a good thing. But as this fine analysis by The Economist shows, that is not the case. 47 more words

Indian System

Indiana HOA is not valid. Now what?

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Now here’s a report of an HOA that has been defunct through Administrative Dissolution since 2002, but nevertheless, has been collecting assessments for the past fourteen years. 486 more words


Constitution: Article I

I’ve collated some of my thoughts on Article I of the US Constitution for my Constitution project, if you’re interested in those thoughts, you can find the page under… 26 more words


Letter from America: American Schools and Christianity

‘Church and state’ — these buzzwords still cause quite a stir in the American political arena. At the beginning of this young nation, its leaders sought to separate church from state. 1,198 more words


Florida Professor Stands for Free Speech

James Tracy files lawsuit against university that fired him, union that failed to defend him

Dave Gahary
American Free Press

Dr. James F. Tracy, one of this nation’s top media analysts, gained national notoriety for daring to publicly question the mainstream media and government view of the Sandy Hook Elementary School event. 858 more words

Sandy Hook Elementary