On 8 April 1913, the 17th amendment that provided for “direct” election of a U.S. senator was ratified. Some would … More
Reformation should start with ensuring that the court is politically aligned with the administration. Each member should be nominated or re-nominated by the elected president. The justices’ terms would be attached to the term in office of the President. It would be understood that decisions on individual rights, the interpretation of the Constitution, the clarification of the law would be done within the philosophy, narrative, politics, and polices of the Administration. This approach raises the importance of voting, especially since a president relies on a supportive Senate majority to get her nominees through confirmation.
Can we, as individuals, enter into our own “articles of confederation” with each other?
Can we re-visit this model and do some work to bring it up to speed with a society that, while digitally connected, at the same time enjoys a technology that allows each individual to generate their own value and thus issue an individual money that reflects that energy?
America’s ‘primacy’ on the world stage was always a fluke. The United States came late to the party during both … More
For five months now, the United States has been in lock-up. One of the ugliest hashtags I have seen and … More
I have heard some commenters refer to Stan Lee’s “X-Men” as a treatment of the civil rights movement of the … More
Editorial Most of us believe life is about accumulating cash, making enough coin to pay the bills, put the kids … More