Monthly Archives: February 2016

Inclusion without Action

Shklar defines citizenship as possessing the “right to vote” and the “opportunity to earn”. Both very important “rights” to American citizens. We Americans fought long and hard to earn equal representation in this nation. When our nation was founded and … Continue reading

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It Takes a Village: How America Works Best as a Community

Common ground. Not something you hear very often when talking about politics, more specifically: Congress. For the past few years we have had continuous close calls, and in some cases, true government shutdowns with two happening during the Clinton administration, … Continue reading

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Honesty could be the Best Policy

 As you all know by the overzealous social media and television coverage, we are amidst a presidential election year. While many individuals are concerned for the nation’s future in the hands of some of candidates, there is one Republican who … Continue reading

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First Latino President? Not so fast. Latinos don’t feel you.

First Latino President? Not so fast. Latinos don’t feel you.   As we all know, Immigration is a subject that has been on the media for the last 3 years. From the radical passing of the SB 1070… Source: First … Continue reading

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Felon Voting Rights

  Felons and the Right to Vote  The U.S. Constitution fourteenth Amendment section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein … Continue reading

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In Defense of Inefficiency

     The United States government is incredibly inefficient with a massive and corrupt bureaucracy. The gridlock in congress prevents Congress from passing most legislation without either party having the majority. While this is a tragedy in need of drastic change … Continue reading

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An Anti-Federalist America

Following the end of the American Revolution in 1783, in which the fledgling country ousted the British, the new United States were not so united when faced with how to structure their new government. This question soon fell into hot … Continue reading

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