Three Equal Branches?

In light of the Supreme Court’s recent, landmark decision to strike down a provision of the Affordable Care Act in which employers are mandated to provide contraception coverage to female employees, questions of the Courts true significance and power are subtly coming into play. As soon as the decision that stated (5-4) that for-profit companies can reject the contraception mandate …

The Changing Face of America’s Priorities

We live in a swiftly changing American political landscape.  Entitlements are bigger than ever and social change is evident all around us. American priorities are shifting and people are looking at the government differently. What is expected from the government in its everyday interactions with the American people is becoming much different than it was fifty, twenty five, or even …

Buying a Seat Isn’t Anything New, It’s Just Getting More Expensive : The Big Money Story

A subject constantly in the media today is the issue of campaign fundraising and spending by special interest groups and super PACs, all wanting to push their candidate through with hopes of protecting whatever agenda and interests they may have. Critics argue that this is rapidly taking the regular people out of politics, as multi-billionaires are able to seemingly buy …