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When discussing voting, reasoning with the unreasonable is unreasonable

WASHINGTON:   It is a full-circle proposition. At the beginning of the republic, the idea of the “right and duty” of voting had little or no consideration, because the numbers of voters was less critical. Thoughtful voters were of importance. However, trying to distill this concept through reason is why the battle for elections becomes nothing ...

3 steps to fix the political system the Parties have broken

RANCHO SANTA FE, Ca., March 3, 2014 – Our political system is dysfunctional if not completely broken. It has become so corrosive that many citizens have abandoned any hope of changing it for the better. Others are inclined to commit their blind allegiance to a particular Party; convinced that it occupies the moral and intellectual high-ground ...

The real U.S. immigration issue: Blue Staters fleeing to Red

WASHINGTON, March 2, 2014 – One of the more interesting off-the-radar stories  over at least the last decade or so is the real reason why the left is finding it easier and easier to game and win elections in once traditionally conservative Red states. Having thoughtlessly, heedlessly, routinely and ritualistically elected job-destroying socialist Democrats at ...