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2016 the Year of Party Schisms

Perhaps the best thing about the 2016 primary dysfunction – with the RNC having to contest with what feels like an endless stream of candidates & the DNC’s reservations to properly pit Hillary’s supposed inevitability to Sanders enthusiastic base – is that by the time we … Continue…

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Tuning in or Tuning Out

DNC Saves Debates for the Weekend    With far less viewership such a tactic could serve as a liability for her campaign by making the DNC approach feel like the ordination of a candidate in the shroud of secrecy. 

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Importance of Congressional Debate

The Concentration of Executive Authority   By not voting on a bill to authorize war the House is giving up constitutional agency and creating a precedent for more centralized executive authority.

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WWI Anniversary and Slaughterhouse Five: The Cost of War

There is no consistent way to measure the cost of war. There are certain measurements that give us an insight as to how much damage was done – such as the financial cost of war, death tolls, destruction of infrastructure. Yet there are also components … Continue…

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