Tag: US Constitution

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I am loathe to use an entire topic to ask this, but it seems to be an important question. There is a section of the Constitution that stipulates that Congress shall do nothing to promote a nobility. (Article I, Section 9, Clause 8.) More

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This is an interview of Russel Means, An American Indian activist, accountant and computer programmer. His thoughts on the monetary/economic situation is in accord with those of Donald Trump, who currently might be trying to overthrow the Federal Reserve. This interview took place in 2011. Means died in October 2012:   More

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During the 2016 election, my conservative county and specifically, my neighborhood, sported a few Hillary signs, but more noticeably were the Bernie Sanders signs. One neighbor is a young couple with little children, self-employed, successful and Bernie was gracing their driveway. That gave me pause. At one point, he was almost neck and neck with […]

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This week on Banter, James Wallner and Peter Hanson joined the show to discuss the possibility and repercussions of reforming or abolishing the Senate filibuster. Wallner is a senior fellow of the R Street Institute whose research focuses on Congress, particularly the Senate. Hanson is an assistant professor of political science at Grinnell College who […]

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Thesis: For 55 years conservatives would eventually win every argument on economics, trade, and immigration by chaining liberals to the whippin’ post of data analytics. America is now on the brink of ruin, conservatism on the brink of irrelevancy, and the two political parties are stranded on terra incognita. If conservatives don’t stop winning arguments […]

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When a computer or program takes a while to complete its given task, I’ve found that my patience is proportional to its transparency. If I know it’s making progress, I’m willing to wait. But if I can’t see whether it’s making progress, spinning its wheels, or completely jammed, then the delay is infuriating. I assume […]

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