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Umpire John Roberts


When you are an umpire and the batter hits a foul ball you are supposed to call it foul. It doesn’t matter if there are two outs in the bottom of the ninth and the home team’s best player is

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Posted in Constitution, Government, Law

Nearsighted Strategy


      Strategic decisions made in the heat of a Presidential campaign can have disastrous long-term consequences. Apparently some in Democratic Party, and the President’s reelection team, are considering the idea of attacking the Supreme Court if it overturns

Posted in Constitution, Courts, culture wars, Law, Leadership

To Preserve The Law


The oath taken by public officials includes the promise to “preserve, protect and defend” the Constitution. Is this a pointless pledge or is there a risk the day will come when the Constitution is no longer our governing document. For

Posted in Constitution, Law, Public Safety
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