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The Negation of Democracy

August 16, 2010

I came across a fascinating blog post this morning over at Patterico’s Pontifications entitled What Can Be Done About the Increasing Worthlessness of Your Vote? The main point of the article was that multiple factors are in play that are making the individual citizen’s vote increasingly worthless, turning a functioning Democratic Republic into more of [...]

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Looking For Another Souter

May 1, 2009

I’m not going to lose sleep tonight because Justice David Souter is retiring at the end of the next session of the Supreme Court.  I’m sure his last magnanimous acts for posterity will simply blend in and be as meek as most of his acts over the last 18 years he’s been on the court.   He’s never a swing vote, [...]

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