The 2 Teachers
Leaks are not new inside the Beltway. Washington D.C. thrives upon leaks. The consternation and outrage expressed the last couple of days seems to be a bit theatrical.
A Preamble must mean coming before our learning to walk. This is an appropriate way to look at the Preamble to our United States Constitution.
Thanksgiving is all about the bird. This season two birds are deserving of our attention.
The 2 Teachers will give you a preview of the words that will shape politics in 2011.
The Constitution came well before the invention of reality TV. But when determining how the President would be selected, the Framers preferred the Survivor method over the American Idol method.
In our days of uncertainty going to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows might be just what the doctor ordered.
The power to pardon: Why did our founders include such a power in our constitution and most subsequent state constitutions?
President Barack Obama’s recent journey shared a lot in common with The Pilgrims Progress written by John Bunyan over 300 years ago.
This begins a series of blogs dedicated to our enduring Constitution, beginning with James Madison, often called the father of the document.
In promoting his new book, “Decision Points,” George W. Bush has made a hearty effort to shape his legacy.
On Nov. 5, 1985, Back to the Future’s Marty McFly journeyed to his 1955 hometown. The 2 Teachers just wish he would have also inspired the future of how we vote.
Disraeli once said – “With words we govern men.” Today we are reviewing the most prominent words we learned from Tuesday’s Midterm Election.
Mr., Mrs. and Miss independent will hit the big time again tomorrow when they determine the outcome in countless midterm elections.
Today, nearly half of the states allow citizens to validate and initiate governmental policies through this version of direct democracy. This year, Illinois voters will get a chance to use direct democracy to affirm a possible state constitutional amendment.
Voters in Nevada’s statewide elections have the choice between candidates on the ballot and the additional choice of NOTA (None of the Above.)
Who could forget the CB radio phenomenon from the mid-1970s? Today, many online are certain that “over and out” will be the buzzword November 2.
We play and watch baseball to get away from all of that other stuff. Right? Sorry, but you would be wrong.
The Democrats’ national surge that began in 2006 might be ready to recede, but expect local efforts to reduce the impact of the political ebb.
A recent survey has found that the 2010 Midterm Election will go down in history as “the costliest and most negative” of all time.
“Waiting for Superman,” a recently released documentary, has sparked a heated debate over how best to reform our failing public schools. Reformers today are hoping for an October Revolution.