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Mr. President, Please Deliver This Speech…

The f0llowing article was published by The Weissman Report in December of 2012.   Dear Mr. President, the following is a message I long to hear from you as this nation’s leader. It’s not a left or right-leaning manifesto, it’s … Continue reading

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To Politicians With Love: Five Lessons from Marriage Counseling for Political Discourse

[This article was published in the November 2012 issue of The Catholic Lighthouse.] “Give it a rest, Kristi,” Chad moaned as the family minivan idled before an eternally red light, lamenting the latest impasse in which he and his wife … Continue reading

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Life After Elections

Make no mistake about it–elections are a big deal. They channel and direct the future of our republic and set the stage for those who will come after us. This year’s election was especially significant to me as I lugged a … Continue reading

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A Message from Jefferson to Obama: What the Founders Might Say About Today’s Political Climate?

The following article is published by the Weissman Report on October 24th, 2012. Those who lose a loving mother might ask themselves “What would mom say?” when faced with difficult circumstances. Those who study under an impactful teacher may wonder … Continue reading

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Three Branch Government: Then and Now

When the Founding Fathers assembled to envision the greatest political experiment in world history, they opted to concentrate federal power in the hands of three distinct “branches” of government. While they feared the encroachment of political parties as a threat … Continue reading

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Why Voters Do and Don’t Vote

It’s amazing how many eligeable voters in America don’t take advantage of the priviledge and responsibility of voting. In the 2008 presidential race, an above average 56.8% of potential voters went to the polls, which was up from 55%, 51%, and 49% … Continue reading

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Choose Your Own Presidential Adventure!

     Remember those choose-your-own-adventure novels from the 80s? The ones where you read to the bottom of the page and then choose between three courses of action, such as: A) If you want to run from the bad guy, go … Continue reading

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