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Jun 13

The Dinner-Party Compromise that Resolved a Debt Crisis (And Gave Us Washington, D.C.)



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It’s been reported that President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner are set to play a friendly round of golf on June 18th. While this might strike some as a unique approach to solving our debt crisis, hosting social engagements to discuss political matters is nothing new.



Jun 10

The Joint Chiefs of Staff: An Explainer



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So who are the Joint Chiefs, why do they need a Chairman and Vice Chairman and how does this change impact our servicemen and women in uniform?



Jun 10

THE SUPREME COURT’S UNANIMOUS VERDICT IN AL-KIDD SAYS IT ALL: THE VICTIMS OF POST 9/11 SUSPICION STILL CAN’T GET THEIR DAY IN COURT



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by Joe Pace, Featured Guest Blogger If you told a lay person, unburdened by a law degree, that government officials could—without fear of legal consequence—scoop a law-abiding citizen off the streets without an iota of suspicion that they committed a crime, toss them into a high-security cell for two weeks, and subject them to daily… [Continue Reading]



Jun 9

Education and Our Nation



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Does our educational system provide sufficient education about civics and the Constitution in order to inspire an informed and active citizenry?



Jun 8

Top 5 Big Political Scandals on Twitter



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Social networking sites such as Twitter have become so popular that even members of Congress are using them to connect with the public. From congressmen live tweeting the president’s State of the Union Address (like Texas Rep. John Culberson in 2009), to former speaker Newt Gingrich announcing his decision to run for president in 2012,… [Continue Reading]