Category Archives: Supreme Court

The Future Of The Republican Party

It seems to me…. “It is the duty of the Chief-Magistrate, in order to enable himself to do all the good which his station requires, to endeavor, by all means, to unite in himself the confidence of the whole people.” … Continue reading

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2020 Election Strategies

It seems to me…. “A lot of times, with campaigns or parties, things are cyclical. We need a long-term strategy on how we continue to engage that goes beyond chair to chair. Always, you are balancing resources with your strategy … Continue reading

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Candidate Selection

It seems to me…. “Nobody understood better than Mr. Lincoln the obvious truth that in politics it does not suffice merely to nominate candidates. Something must also be done to elect them.” ~ John George Nicolay[1]. Primaries are no longer … Continue reading

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Increased Immigration Is A Necessity

It seems to me…. “Immigration is not just compatible with but is a necessary component of economic growth.” ~ Dave Reichert[1]. Nearly 14 percent of the U.S. population in 2017, more than 44 million people, were born in another country[2]. … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Nominations

It seems to me…. “Having people that really reflect the spectrum of American experiences is important to have on the Supreme Court.” ~ Cory Booker[1]. Article Two of the U.S. Constitution requires the President to nominate Supreme Court Justices and, … Continue reading

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More Guns; More Deaths

It seems to me…. “America has a right to the Second Amendment, but the people of America have a right to safety and the prevention of gun violence in their community.” ~ Sheila Jackson Lee[1]. The next time someone attempts … Continue reading

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The Immorality of Family Separation

It seems to me…. “I think a lot of Americans forget that they are not originally from here, that somebody in their past was a refugee.” ~ Milana Vayntrub[1]. It can be difficult to convince people that a policy is … Continue reading

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