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Red Fish, Blue Fish

Acceptable definitions of the term red herring tend to be consistent and provide the following: A reference that misleads or distracts from a relevant or important question asserting a logical fallacy or an insinuation that leads toward a false conclusion…. Read More ›

DISHONOR ROLL — LEST WE FORGET

On January 6, 2021, and into the early morning of the next day, members of Congress had the Constitutional duty to affirm the Electoral College results from all US jurisdictions. A band of 147 Republican members of Congress voted to… Read More ›

Interview With a Nullifier

This article is almost fiction. On the other hand, in reality, it reflects both concerns about the nation’s electoral process and the duty of elected House representatives. Readers may imagine the interviewee to be any one of the 138 GOP… Read More ›

Fateful Day

The 535 voting members of Congress were to assemble in the Chamber of the House of Representatives at 1:00 pm on January 6, 2021, to bear witness to the recording of electoral votes from the states as submitted following the… Read More ›

The Replacements

1 To some, the term “replacements” will evoke a smile recollecting the 2000 motion picture comedy starring Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman about a group of misfits recruited to play professional football. However, there are advocates of a sociopolitical replacement… Read More ›

Democraphobia Redux

1 The Founding Fathers feared direct democracy as “mob rule” and crafted safety valves into the Constitution to ensure that rabble-led political forces did not consume the new central government or its state constituents. Notably, the electoral college process and… Read More ›