On Senator Judd Gregg’s Ahistory Lesson

Dear Senator Judd Gregg: I read with some interest your recent comments on the Founding Fathers and the need for supermajority votes in the United States Senate. I believe you said: The Founding Fathers realized when they structured this they wanted checks and balances. They didn’t want things rushed through. They saw the parliamentary system. … Continue reading On Senator Judd Gregg’s Ahistory Lesson

On Political Surveys

I receive a lot of political mail. Oftentimes, it’s parties or candidates wanting donations. Last year, during the Presidential primaries, I must’ve received fundraising letters from every major candidate. Most were binned. The letters I enjoy the most? The ones from the Republican Party or its think tanks. Take, for instance, yesterday. I received a … Continue reading On Political Surveys