March 28, 2017

Pluralism vs. Polarization or Why Washington is Broken and What We Can Do about It

If you paid any attention to how our Federal Government has functioned, or more accurately, has been dysfunctional over the past four years, you’ve seen a textbook example of political polarization. We saw more of the same in the 2012 general election, epitomized by a Twitter tirade from real-estate mogul and reality TV personality Donald […]

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“Finished Before You Could Begin”; If You Are Not Happy With Your NEW Congressional Rep. or Sen., You’ll Like This

If you are one of those who are not happy with who your friends and neighbors elected to Congress on this past autumn, this might give you a small smile today (only). There are 535 members of Congress – 435 in the House of Representatives and 100 in the Senate.  On November 2, 2010, voters […]

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