Tag: Presidential elections

Hillary Makes History

July 26, 2016 There I was, in my living room, TV tray and all, watching Hillary make history. My bachelor’s feast of hot dogs–all beef, of course–and chips was well-suited for the occasion. My party–the Democratic Party of the United States–had just nominated Hillary… Continue Reading “Hillary Makes History”

The Citizens United Case and Political Speech

Note: Because the Citizens United decision was only one subject out of many in the preceding post, I’m going to examine it again in more detail here.   July 4, 2016 Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know that a lot… Continue Reading “The Citizens United Case and Political Speech”

As we head into the thick of the 2016 elections, this could happen

The Bulldog Barks I’ve been paying close attention to elections since Nixon vs McGovern in ’72 and although I’ll admit to not voting in that one, I haven’t missed one since. I was a freshman in college out of my home state and waited… Continue Reading “As we head into the thick of the 2016 elections, this could happen”