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Spending Matters In Times of Inflation and High Debt

If inflation ever gets out of control, it’s easier to deal with it in a lower-debt environment. High levels of debt are problematic. Growing debt means growing spending, along with the government expanding in size and scope. Generally, such spending crowds out the private sector. This dispels the hope that more spending will produce economic  Full Article…

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The Emergency Powers Myth

When the states formed the federal government in 1789, they did so pursuant to the Constitution. The Constitution was written to establish and limit the federal government. In 1791, just two years later, the Constitution was amended to add the Bill of Rights. The original understanding of the Bill of Rights was that it restrained  Full Article…

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The Electoral College and The Census

If you are wondering why Democrats made such a big issue about the proposed “Are You A Citizen” question on the census, this is why. The population of each state determines the number of Representatives in Congress each state can have and thus determines the number of electoral votes for the state. Electoral votes are  Full Article…

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Racial Equity vs. Racial Equality

Historically, America has worked hard to enforce Civil Rights by promoting “racial equality” and denouncing racial discrimination. These past efforts are now being replaced by the concept of “racial equity” which dictates that some races are more deserving than others and advocating Critical Race Theory (CRT). Democrat politicians and unelected bureaucrats at all levels of  Full Article…

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Why Are Term Limits Important

In 2022 more than 50% of the current US Senate and 25% of the current US Congress would be prevented from running if a 12-year Cumulative Elected Federal Service Term Limit existed. 20% of US Senators have lengthy service records. 8 US Senators have served between 6 and 8 terms, 4 between 4 and 5  Full Article…

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Why Is Rule Of Law Important

As discussed in What Is Our Rule Of Law, we gain equality of all citizens before the law, secure a nonarbitrary form of government, and prevent the arbitrary use of power by following a Rule of Law. As American Citizens we must continually be aware of changes or lapses in Our Rule of Law. Since  Full Article…

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Why Are Mail-In Ballots Important

In recent Federal Elections, Democrats have supported widespread availability of Mail-In Ballots to make it easier for people to vote. Republican’s feel widespread use of Mail-In Ballots compromises Election Integrity. They feel the majority of votes should be cast in person at polling locations using Voter ID. The difficulty in authenticating Mail-In Ballots also is  Full Article…

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Why Is Voter ID Important

Article One of the US Constitution makes voting in Federal Elections a right and a privilege for all US Citizens. Under the Constitution each State is responsible for Federal Elections for their Citizens. A number of State and Federal Laws exist to define and manage voter rights, voter registration, and the voting process; including several  Full Article…

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Why Is Critical Race Theory Important

Its developers believe Critical Race Theory (CRT) is important because it potentially provides a more realistic understanding of white racism in the U.S. as not merely a set of negative attitudes toward other racial groups but also a body of law and legal practices whose real-world effect is the oppression of people of color, especially  Full Article…

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Why Is Woke Capitalism Important

Progressives are generally supportive of Woke Capitalism since it typically helps them gain advantage and accomplish their political and social justice objectives. Conversely, Conservatives feel it is inappropriate to practice Woke Capitalism because business should focus on their “jobs” and the financial well being of their investors and employees. Conservatives also feel business should not  Full Article…

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