Tag Archives: U.S. Constitution

Tryanny or Freedom?

There are two human traits that seem to be immutable—that there are those who want power over others, and there are those who want to be ruled by others. What I want to show is how both of these traits … Continue reading

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A New Zealander’s Nine Steps to Save America

Sometimes an outsider can have a clear perspective on a problem that can help those living everyday in it. Trevor Loudon (I shared a video interview with him in my post here) wrote an op-ed piece to that end in … Continue reading

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Subterfuge, suppression, and hope for our future

It’s become apparent to me that this election year is not ultimately about Trump and Biden, Republicans and Democrats, or even conservatives and liberals, but about two very different ideological trajectories. One leads to freedom and the other leads to … Continue reading

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Why the Electoral College STILL matters

As we find ourselves in the midst of epic presidential election chaos in an equally crazy year, talk of eliminating the Electoral College will inevitably come up again. My personal view is that there are two main reasons why people … Continue reading

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