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The Rule of Law

The words make it sound like it is chiseled in stone somewhere independent of human change. In fact, the rule of law is a dynamic series of written and unwritten restraints that compel us to behave in a certain way.

Social Security; A Change is Gonna Come

There is going to be a great deal of political pressure to change Social Security in the near future. The last time it was altered was 1982.

E Pluribus Unum

E Pluribus Unum was the American Motto chosen by our Founders. These men with the exception of George Washington were classically trained scholars.
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Hidden in the Numbers

The media tends to grab on the most obvious economic statistics, they are easier to understand, and constitute a more discernible trend line.

Vaccines, Red Lights and The Common Good

Due to the recent prevalence of anti-vaccine sentiment the vaccination rate in Florida has dipped to 90% and an outbreak has occurred.

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History

The Four Hundred; Caroline Astor and Her New High Society

The Gilded age in New York was a fascinating point in time full of innovation, and the four hundred played a crucial role in this development.

E Pluribus Unum

E Pluribus Unum was the American Motto chosen by our Founders. These men with the exception of George Washington were classically trained scholars.

A Word from our Founders; John Jay

John Jay has historically been relegated to the second tier of the Founding Fathers. Yet he was instrumental in getting New York to ratify the […]

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