Tag Archives: Constitutional convention

O Democracy, Wherefore Art Thou?

Once upon a time, I truly believed that I had a voice in my government, maybe not directly, but certainly through my elected representatives. Even while my preferred candidate in a particular race didn’t always win, I had more than … Continue reading

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Can a Dysfunctional Government Reinvent Itself?

Like most Americans, I have never found reason to question the notion that our founding fathers, endowed with genius, forged a virtually perfect foundation upon which to create a more perfect union of states and individuals within a republic. Until … Continue reading

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Has America Run out of Gas?

Among one of the head-scratchers I’ve heard this political season is the notion that Congress should repeal the health care plan passed earlier this year because – whoever happens to be speaking – just doesn’t understand what’s in it!  This … Continue reading

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