It is human nature to take the most dire forecasts either more or less seriously than the more routine ones. When the weatherman predicts showers, or a politician warns of the consequences of an otherwise inconsequential piece of legislation, we tend to process those claims in reasonably responsible fashion. But when we are faced with […]
If there is any good that can come out of this it will be that legislators might look at the laws they write, amend, and re-write and ask themselves – “Is it just, is it right, is it fair to apply laws to the people we represent who have no clue as to what they actually are?”
As determined by…well, be me.
Nelson Rockefeller’s seizure of the NY Governor’s chair in 1958 ensured a high-profile battle within the Republican Party…but it also dramatically affected the Democrats, too.
GMU Law School Asst. Dean: “it is the stupidest thing I’ve heard of in my life.”