Tag Archives: Elections

The Corruption We Abide By

Senators and Congressmen are forced to spend hours every day, making phone calls to the rich, listening intently to all their problems, promising them actions, and eventually, begging them for money. Presidential hopefuls, the leaders of their party and charismatic … Continue reading

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The Two Faces of the GOP

As a lifelong democrat, I’ve never considered voting for the Republicans. Even when there were certain ideals that I could agree with them on – welfare reform, reduced regulation and free trade – I could still not even imagine aligning … Continue reading

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Reinventing Democracy – The Google Way

In the past, we had discussed the reasons why democracy is fundamentally flawed, needs to be overhauled, and what its replacement should look like. Admittedly, it was a highly abstract topic. Hence why we had also discussed a simple idea … Continue reading

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Democracy by Jury

Imagine yourself being tried for a sensational crime, one that has gripped the passions of the entire country. It’s Casey Anthony, Duke Lacrosse & George Zimmerman, all rolled into one. Would you like to be tried in a well regulated … Continue reading

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