Obama’s ongoing task is to honestly assess the place in which Americans find themselves, but he must do so in a way that does not boomerang on him, pulling the country into despondency. He is not off to a great start.
Bush’s penchant for expanding executive power shows that he misunderstood the most important aspect of governmental institutions: They should be one-size-fits all. Officeholders set precedents that will be utilized not only be good, honest, decent men, but also by ambitious, greedy, and abusive men.
Churches today risk losing their tax exempt status when they preach about politics from the pulpit. What most Americans don’t realize is that this state of affairs is a result of past partisan posturing, not constitutional principle.
Massachusetts may soon pass legislation bringing itself in line with the National Popular Vote movement. This is a mistake with unfathomable consequences.
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Joseph Hammond
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Emma Elliott Freire