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Everybody’s a Legislator

Making laws is no longer one man’s job. Not since we rebelled against the king. So why can presidents make executive orders? There is no provision in the Constitution for executive orders. There are no rules to limit executive orders. … Continue reading

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On a Modern Revolution

Taxes and Tea are once again at the forefront of a revolution in America. It’s funny, actually, because soon after “Change” became a household word during the last election, change is just what we got. The Tea Party “changed” the … Continue reading

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On American Power

Electing a president is one of the most divisive acts in modern times in America. It splits our country right down the middle. It brings out the beast in many of us and makes us red-faced and steaming at those … Continue reading

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