Tag Archive: Voting

Aug 13

SCOTUS: Religion, Women and Death Penalty

In Brief — The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) — now back to nine justices with the elevation of Neil Gorsuch — determines the direction of the country. The author explains how the conservative justices will set the tone for the foreseeable future. [Written in April-May 2017.] ———————————————————————————————————————————————— Partisanship and Conservatism Rule — …

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Feb 14

Republicans and Their Regressive Platform

In Brief—A discussion of the hurdles Republicans face that will determine whether the nation stands or falls in an ever-changing world. ————————————————————————————————————— Hurdles Determine the Race— I have a confession. My first vote was Republican. If it was good enough for my family it was good enough for me. I quickly realized that my philosophy …

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Sep 14

VOTE, for Crying Out Loud, VOTE!

In Brief—Voting is one of the most important constitutional rights that exist. By voting, you will be helping democracy survive and grow. In this piece you are advised on how to go about exercising that right. Read it carefully, then VOTE, for crying out loud, VOTE! ———————————————————————————————————————————————— A Critical Right— When George W. Bush was …

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