The Constitutional Non Sequitur
Author’s note: When using the term “liberal” or any derivative thereof, it is a reference to modern colloquialism, not to the traditional definition of “liberal,” which is in fact what we now call “conservative.” – – – In law, they use Latin quite a bit. We recognize some of them easily: pro bono, en loco parentis, per se, and non sequitur among them. It is | Read More »
Half the country thinks that Congress has rigged the system.
Rasmussen has a poll out that argues against the “people hate Congress but love their own congressman” meme. Essentially, that explanation is beaten out 2-to-1 by “the fix is in:” …23% believe members of Congress get reelected because they do a good job representing their constituents. However, 50% believe the high reelection rates result from election rules that are “rigged to benefit members of Congress.” | Read More »