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Which path toward a more perfect union?
I’m glad I don’t vote in Iowa – for a ton of reasons, including I don’t have to make a choice today. Most quadrennials, I’m neutral in the primaries, focused on the end game. Eight years ago I was passionate … Continue reading
Posted in Congress, election campaign, Supreme Court Tagged Citizens United, Congress, DirecTV v. Imburgia, President Obama, Shelby County v. Holder, Supreme Court, Voting Rights Act Comments Off on Which path toward a more perfect union?
Bert Neuborne and ‘Madison’s Music’
Have you considered why the First Amendment is structured the way it is, or how the 10 amendments of the Bill of Rights came to be so ordered? Me neither, until I read Bert Neuborne’s new book, Madison’s Music: On … Continue reading
Posted in Bill of Rights, James Madison, U.S. Constitution, Voting Tagged 14th Amendment, Baker v. Carr, Bill of Rights, Citizens United, Congress, First Amendment, Supreme Court Comments Off on Bert Neuborne and ‘Madison’s Music’