Bipartisan Group of Senators Hope to Fund Improved Civics Education
Recommended Reading / June 20th, 2022 / By Richard Perrins
The Senate is getting a second chance to pass a civic education bill that failed to make the grade two years ago. On Wednesday, a bipartisan group reintroduced the Civics Secures Democracy Act, with the hope of sparking a Senate-wide vote to improve American students’ understanding of civics and history.
Illegal ballot harvesting caused a do-over House election in North Carolina. What are the pros and cons?
News / September 10th, 2019 / By Henry A. Brechter
A U.S. House special election in North Carolina’s 9th congressional district on Tuesday is essentially a do-over after a candidate’s 2018 victory was negated by allegations of illegal ballot harvesting . The election could flip a longtime Republican district, and has shifted national...
Missing Perspectives: What's more important, democracy or limited government?
News / July 18th, 2016 / By Beth Ballentine
Though the answer is vitally important to our freedom and our way of life, this isn’t a question most Americans would ever consider. So what’s more important? Perhaps your first reaction is that democracy should always prevail. But should majority opinion always be what drives our laws?...