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Tag Archives: Constitution

Thoughts on the Massacre

Is it my imagination, or do we seem to be having a spate of random and largely unexplained massacres lately? They are horrible, and I think that there are things we can do to prevent them in the future. But I’m afraid that we are unable or unwilling to have a reasonable conversation about how […]


Occam’s Razor

[Written by Fred Wickham, reposted from Bullseye Rooster] My debate plan. I can share this because I know no Republican candidates, nor their staffs, will be reading my blog. I have made it unavailable to them. Here’s the plan — and the debate’s sponsors have taken me up on it. So be ready for fireworks […]


Conservatives get the constitution wrong, again.

The conservative right has been getting “freedom of religion” wrong for a while now, claiming that we are a “Christian Nation” and that there is no separation of church and state. But now they are turning their attention to freedom of speech over the firing of Juan Williams from NPR. And they are getting that […]