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After the protests...

The protests of today and tomorrow are mostly to psych ourselves up. When they’re done, we need to start the real work of opposing the new administration on whatever issues carry the most energy for us. 347 more words


We Must Overcome Catholic Political Reductions: A Response to Those Catholic Men

Those Catholic Men has decided to publish an astoundingly awful article by Mr. Doyle Baxter: Why We Must Overcome Catholic Political Apathy. The view expressed concerning man and politics is so negative that it makes me think Jansenism just might be returning. 1,141 more words

The Collective Wisdom of Individual Ignorance

In theory, democracy is a relatively emotionally detached system, a utilitarian tool for selection based on preference which, at its conclusion, yields the most popular choice for a given role. 1,290 more words



I am a slow learner sometimes. In fact, sometimes I don’t learn, period. Today’s blog is evidence of that. I have found myself embroiled in conversations about politics this week and have ended up crying every time. 1,189 more words


Ohioans can now register to vote online

Ohio recently became one of the 32 states in which citizens can register to vote online, but only if they have a valid Ohio driver’s license. 476 more words


The NBA Stymies Democracy

The NBA All Star Game is quickly approaching and the fans submitted their votes for who they’d like to see start in the greatest showcase of basketball. 466 more words


NBA All-Star Voting: Why Players Should Be Shut Out

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