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The Government By the People Act: Making It Even Better

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The Government by the People Act has the potential to make it a lot easier for voters to make informed choices. We might even end up with a Congress worthy of our approval. Read More »

After SCOTUS Ruling, Congress Must Consider Revising 1965 Voting Rights Act

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Congress needs to amend the 1965 Voting Rights Act to clarify when the Justice Department should intervene in states' election processes. Read More »

The Wake-Up Call of Fail Safe in 2012

Sidney Lumet's Fail Safe offers a perspective on the presidency never more relevant than it is here in 2012. Read More »

TV Review: The Newsroom – “112th Congress”

The Newsroom tackles the Tea Party and Koch Brothers during the 2010 Congressional elections, while tackling much bigger issues. Read More »

Something is Rotten in the Eurozone

The French and Greek elections showed faith in far-Left policies to correct the financial crisis. Did the British do the same? Read More »

The Importance of the Lilly Ledbetter Act

Do women deserve equal pay? Read More »

The American Anti-Renaissance: Overpopulation and a Declining National Dream

Do you believe that America's greatest problem is social, economic, or political in nature? If so, think again. Read More »

Equality Beyond Measure: Reconsidering the Legacy of Affirmative Action

Affirmative action was initiated to level the field for women and minorities. Has it honestly lived up to its purpose? Read More »

Land of the Free, Home of the Believers; Religion in America

With some calling America a Christian nation and others proclaiming it to be stridently secular, where does the truth lie? Read More »

Note to Current Crop of Politicians: Beware the SAHM Faction?

Stay at home moms. The current flap in politics? Read More »