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Why Does it Not Fail?

Democracy is a fragile system. At any point in time, it depends on a confluence of factors that are by no means assured – the acceptance of defeat by incumbent rulers at the ballot box, the belief in integrity and fairness by the leaders of institutions, a vigilant civil society and a free press, among many other things. 1,701 more words

Autocracy

30 Crucial OKC Bombing Questions Remain Unanswered

Despite Timothy McVeigh’s guilty verdict, numerous unanswered questions about the murderous Oklahoma City bombing remain. Indeed, there are so many unanswered questions, it is amazing that the prosecution was able to secure a conviction at all. 143 more words

Conspiracy

U.S. Supreme Court Decides With The Catholic Church And Against Obamacare Mandates.

Washington D.C., Apr 18, 2015 / 04:25 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The U.S. Supreme Court has continued its trend of decisions stopping enforcement of a federal contraception mandate against religious employers with moral objections. 391 more words

Politics

Per Diem (April 18)

Lord of the Flies-on sale for 2.99 on Kindle! I haven’t read this since high school and wasn’t really able to appreciate it. I didn’t appreciate as much as I thought literarily back then actually. 167 more words

Per Diem

A Reasonable Mistake?

CONSTITUTION THURSDAY

The Saturday Podcast

http://www.slipperyfish.com:8080/podcast99/constitution_thursday/041815_reasonable_error.mp3

A man is stopped for a broken taillight in a place where it is not illegal to have a broken taillight… from there things go down hill… fast. 40 more words

Constitution