Derangement over the president fuels many of the more miasmic theories of government currently hovering in the left’s fever swamps. Such as making the Senate population-based.
A popular vote is based on a distorted expectation about government and rewards the wrong kind of leaders — urban demagogues.
Democrats’ loss of political power is not the result of a structural defect; it’s the result of flaws in the quality of their Senate candidates.
Our republic is democratic in that it is controlled by public opinion, but our Constitution requires patience and persistence for the people to express that opinion through elections.
A cursory scroll through one’s newsfeed is sufficient proof that events from two millennia ago, just as those from two centuries ago, still have much insight to offer us.
Out of manufactured hysteria over nonexistent corruption, the Seventeenth Amendment was born, robbing states of their most notable constitutional check on federal lawmaking.
This coup d’etat is not only about President Trump. It represents not the rule of one man or even many, but by the multitude of our elites.
By destroying the Electoral College, we move one step closer to a purely national government, voted on by average voters who have no education about the issues.
Frankly, the thought of the average person voting with little information, or voting because she saw a selfie of a Hollywood star, now sounds a little scary.
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