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Author Archives: Joel S. Hirschhorn

Formerly full professor Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, and senior official Congressional Office of Technology Assessment and National Governors Association. Author of four nonfiction books and hundreds of articles.

To Tea or Not To Tea

The constitutional tea party Read More »

Fixing a Bad Supreme Court Decision

What to do when the Supreme Court fails us Read More »

Disdain Versus Democracy

What the Brown victory really shows Read More »

Obama: Say One Term Is Enough

It would be a political miracle that would shake up the US if President Obama had the courage to announce he would not seek a second term. Read More »

Constitutional Hypocrisy

Why let Congress disobey the Constitution? Read More »

Constitutional Rubbish

The three branches of the federal government are really not coequal. Read More »

Rule of Law Vetoed by President Obama

The rule of law is a terrible thing to waste. Read More »

Senator Feingold Has Constitutional Opportunity

Congress must obey the supreme law of the land Read More »

Mesmerized by Melodic Rhetoric

Hope can precipitate violence. Read More »

Libertarianism: If Not Now, Then When?

The plutocracy seems to be ignoring libertarian ideas in pursuing ways to stimulate the economy Read More »