U.S. Government Policies & Processes
Roosevelt's New Deal offered much needed assistance, but not everyone benefited from it.
Censorship is very good at blending with the social landscape in ways that often make it impossible to recognize. When invisible, it can help to keep society in balance or it can become a blight.
We all hear those crazy conspiracy theories that uncle Jim rambles on about at thanksgiving dinner while trying to steal the tinfoil from the turkey to fashion into a hat... what if some were true?
Just because you receive a summons in the mail for Jury Duty, don't get too excited about serving on a jury. Chances are, based on my experience and my not particularly random sampling of fellow Wake County, NC...
Liberals want to give the poor and the middle class more opportunities to lift themselves up and become more prosperous and self-reliant.
The never ending mantra of the left is to have the rich pay their fair share. But recent data reveals another story- that individuals in the higher income braskets already pay a disproportionately high percentage of...
America has an identity that is rooted in the spiritual heritage of its founders. Sadly, America is being robbed of that identity.
During the final hours of President Bill Clinton's term in office, he granted 140 presidential pardons to federal criminals, some of whom were Clinton's friends and relatives. His actions resulted in worldwide criticism...
The blogosphere has been throwing a lot of statistics around, trying to claim that one segment of the population or another pays too much or too little in taxes. I’d like to take a closer look at some of those...
There appears to be at least two faces of the American justice system. Those who can afford it can buy their freedom and those who cannot, wind up in jail. In the ideal sense, we are all supposed to have equality under...
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