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British Prime Ministers Should Have Term Limits, But Wider Constitutional Reform Is Needed

After the initial shock at David Cameron’s casual announcement that he intends to limit himself to two terms in office as Prime Minister should he win the 2015 general election, the nature of the media response is changing. 938 more words


Term Limits

The cornerstone of new ethics reform should be term limits on all State elected officials.–Chemung County Sheriff Chris Moss

Gibson (R-NY-19) long ago pledged to serve no more than eight years in the House. 355 more words


Iowa House Calls for a Convention of States to Rein in DC

Earlier today the Iowa House of Representatives approved a resolution applying for a convention of states under Article V of the U.S. Constitution, making it the sixth legislative house to pass this resolution in 2015. 526 more words

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Protecting The Constitution, Part II

Yesterday this post addressed why a Con-Con is little more than a great con making it singularly the worst idea since Eve ate the fruit in the Garden. 1,279 more words

U.S. Supreme Court Term Limits: Necessary or Not?

At 81 years old, “The Notorious R.B.G.,” (nickname courtesy of this blog) otherwise known as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, sits as the oldest justice on the U.S. 888 more words

Can Term Limits Save Rhode Islander Democracy?

One of the ideas I’ve seen thrown out in the wake of Speaker Fox being charged and pleading guilty for “bribery, wire fraud and filing a false tax return, 604 more words

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