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Civil Disobedience: The Apathy of the Non-voter Contributes To the Decline of the American Dream

Voting participation in the U.S. is a call for members of society to be engaged and active in their community. Through voting we maintain the structure of American society and our institution of government. And it is through voting, then, that we structure our manifestation of participation and responsibilities for our society and the American political system. It is a right that is specifically granted, by the way of the 14th and 19th Amendment, to all Americans. However, possessing the right does not necessarily mean that people partake in the opportunity.

at Mar 12, 2012 12:00 PM
       

The Pandora Effect of Roe v. Wade

The presence of a life, is without a doubt, a miracle. An unborn struggles, unknown what it means to exist, inside this sack of fluids in the womb. This unborn is uncertain about what it is to be alive. We, as a society, take over its fate as we dictate its future with our laws when we determine when its presence is considered “viable”. Our laws look to when it is legal to destroy it, or allow it to develop even if deformed. Our laws give us “permission” to end a life, and create one in order to save another in stem cell medicine.   Read more »

at Jan 17, 2012 12:31 PM
       

The Idea of a Constitutionalist Run Afoul

The Utility of the Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and Insurrection (continued)—Federalist No.10

For Americans of all strata, individual freedoms are important. Our freedoms assure us the right to free speech, to practice our religion, to protect

at Jan 11, 2012 5:45 PM
       

Texas Senate Should Reject the Constitutional Convention (ConCon) Resolutions

The Senate State Affairs Committee should Kill the ConCon Resolutios

Lt. Governor Dewhurst is misguidedly calling for a Constitutional Convention for the purpose of a federal Balanced Budget Amendment. The BBA is only one of numerous amendments being suggested by the public-at-large fueled by frustration with the lack of action on the part of our elected officials to act responsibly in fiscal matters.   Read more »

at Feb 3, 2011 9:46 AM
       
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