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Tag Archives: Special Interest Groups
The Separation of Powers Doctrine The separation of powers doctrine makes it very clear we can never expect good results if the government consists only in the legislative branch. Just imagine the overwhelming doses of gridlock simply because — the … Continue reading
So without further adieu we went over to “The Obama Strategic-Executive-Order” room to listen to his plan and development for America’s broken immigration system. “America’s immigration system is broken. Too many employers game the system by hiring undocumented workers and … Continue reading
Illegal Immigration so what now? Illegal immigration is a decades-old problem. With an estimated 11.5 million illegal immigrants living, and in many cases working, in the U.S. the question remains: What do we do with them? And how do we … Continue reading
Force of Public Opinion The comic-opera quality of this debate should not obscure the participants’ serious concern about setting government policy. The members of the first Congress could not take the survival of republican form of government for granted. All … Continue reading
Political Correctness…really? It was a glorious fall day. On the way home we stopped for Mexican food and I said to my longest standing friend, “They call this Indian summer.” No sooner had we arrived home than my significant other, … Continue reading
What was the Islamic State thinking? We know it is sophisticated in its use of modern media. But what was the logic of propagating to the world videos of its beheadings of two Americans (and subsequently a Briton) — sure … Continue reading
Who Counts as a Refugee and Who Does Not Here is an example of incompetence that may find a rival class in pre-nursery school. One could easily write pages on the difference between the existing laws for Refugees and those … Continue reading