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If I do not have a citation, I'll try to keep my substantial statements reserved to what I can supply reference for.
Current topics of particular interest:
All of the nerd science
I prefer North American and African history. I also like learning about the United Kingdom.
Constitutional questions - The individual mandate, right to privacy
Policy questions - Prison Reform, Education, Wealth Inequality, Prohibition, Anti-Trust laws, Indian relations.
I have found that most of the solutions are right in front of me, not far away on a hill.
I like coffee and a newspaper on a quiet morning. I do not watch television, or play video games, or spend all day on YouTube.
Here is a tiny snippet of literature recommended to everyone interested in American politics.
Original Webster's Dictionary
The Declaration of Independence
The Articles of Confederation
The Constitution of the United States
The Federalist Papers
Boston, the album - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5ZL8qvEmR0
I would like to learn more about other nations if anyone has anything to share!