History Brief: The Treaty of Paris 1783
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History Brief: The Treaty of Paris 1783

Although Yorktown was the last major battle of the American Revolution, the war did not technically end with the surrender of Cornwallis’ army. The British still held Savannah, Charleston, and New York. While a few minor skirmishes took place across the 13 states, the Patriot victory at Yorktown had convinced the British that the war […]

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The Trouble with the Electoral College
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The Trouble with the Electoral College

In a fair democracy everyone’s vote should count equally, but the method that the United States uses to elect its president, called the electoral college, violates this principle by making sure that some people’s votes are more equal than others. The Electoral College is, essentially, the 538 votes that determine who wins the presidency. If […]

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What is the FISA Court?
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What is the FISA Court?

bird for most of last hour if you are listening my my rant about uh… in my opinion the general insanity of the libertarian notion in fact we we spent the first fifteen minutes the for of the are debating matthew feeney from uh… reason magazine of the the general insanity of handing over to […]

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