Category Archives: Rule of Law

2016 Presidential Election Issues – Urban Crime Wave

One vital issue that will likely surface in the 2016 presidential election campaign is the growing urban crime wave in cities across America.  A recent Wall Street Journal op-ed piece documents some of the crime statistics. Homicides are up a whopping 180% in Milwaukee.  Murders are up in New York City; murders are up in Atlanta; murders [...]
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Today’s Top News and the Presidential Election

All the top news stories this week might seem totally unrelated, but look closer.  They are all closely related to the 2016 Presidential Election.  What are the top news stories this week?  How are they related to each other?  And, how are they related to the 2016 Presidential Election.  Let’s explore the big news headlines this week and answer all these [...]
Also posted in America's Future, Choosing the Good Life, Constitution, Freedom, Market Capitalism, Presidential Elections, The Bill of Rights, The Constitution | Comments closed

Congress vs. The President – An Election Mandate and Next Steps

In my opinion, the 2014 elections sent a clear message to Washington. In fact, I think it gave a very powerful and historical mandate to political leaders that can be summarized as follows: 1. America is way off-track. Get America back on track. 2. As Americans, we are distressed over how the nation is being led. [...]
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Vagueness Impedes Economic Growth – Why?

Writing in The Wall Street Journal this week, Daniel Henninger suggests a “void-for-vagueness doctrine” for Congress.  What does he mean by “vagueness?”  And, why is this suggestion so very important for economic growth?  Let’s talk about it now. The impetus for The Wall Street Journal column was the recent Supreme Court decision that found that the [...]
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