Catholics voting for Democrats will go to hell? Maia Torres CBS News November 4,2016 The San Diego catholic church sent a newsletter out warning Catholics that if they vote for Hillary Clinton they would go to hell. The church believes … Continue reading State and Church
Daniela Leandro 09/27/16 “If you were a criminal defendant, would you rather be tried under the adversary system or the inquisitorial system of justice? Why?” If I were a criminal defendant I would rather be tried in an adversary system. … Continue reading An Adversarial System
Woodlin Julien 9/29/16 A rescued man was suspect in his grandfather’s slaying. A 22-year old man rescued from a life raft after a fishing trip that left his mother missing and presumed dead had been a suspect in the 2013 … Continue reading Fueling the Disengagement
Jacob Banta 09/29/16 On September 29th, 2016, the Senate and the House of Representatives voted to override President Obama’s veto of a bill aimed at giving restitutions to the families of 9/11 victims. The restitutions would come from Saudi Arabia, … Continue reading Extraordinary Action
RaShad Joseph September 2016 Huffington Post In a Public interview Donald Trump has called for more aggressive stop-and-frisk attempts in African-American neighborhoods. Trump also has proposed more aggressive policing with a focus of taking away people’s guns. In an interview … Continue reading Stop and Frisk
Daniela Leandro 09/20/16 In Federalist 10 James Madison described factions. Review his definition of faction. How do political parties differ from factions? James Madison described factions as any group, majority or minority, within a society that promoted its own self-interest … Continue reading How do political parties differ from factions?
Brittany Goins 9/21/16 US News: Americans Are Abandoning Political Parties Americans are not happy with their two major political parties. The latest Gallup Poll found out that Democrats and Republicans are at their lowest favor-ability point in history. Every four … Continue reading Abandoning Political Parties
Woodlin Julien 9/22/16 In January, the U.S. Supreme Court decided in a case known as Hurst v. Florida that it is unconstitutional for Florida judges alone to impose death sentences, without the recommendation of 10 out of 12 jurors. The … Continue reading A Deadly Penalty