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Same Sex Marriage Should be Treated like Polygamous Marriage Not Interracial Marriage

Today my inbox has been filled with shouts of victory in the fight for what many have labeled a “civil rights” issue.  But, I do not join with the shouts of joy that somehow seem to say that “marrying a Black woman is no different than marrying a man.” I find such an analogy to […]

Should the Law Allow Everyone to Marry Whoever They Love?

What If the Founders Had Relied on Polling Data to Make Decisions . . .

What If the Founders Had Relied on Polling Data to Make Decisions . . .

The Best Business Model the Law Could Design — the Social Entrepreneur

The Best Business Model the Law Could Design — the Social Entrepreneur

Over the past three decades the term “social entrepreneurship” has gained considerable attention in our culture.  I have seen various definitions of the term, but I have decided to create a more accurate definition. A “social entrepreneur” uses other people’s money to pay for the good or services that are provided to some people. A […]

Putting the Sequestration Laws Into Focus

Putting the Sequestration Laws Into Focus

This morning as I tried to prepare my daughters for school, the whole debate over the federal sequesterian crisis flood into its proper focus. Each of my three daughters attends charter schools where they usually have to wear uniforms each day. On a normal day, my life is relatively simple, for a single mother of […]

Justice Having a Hard Time

Justice Having a Hard Time