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Re-election Incongruity http://www.mjyoung.net/law/incongruity.html suggests why a Congress with an 8% approval rate has a 90% re-election rate.

Re-election Incongruity http://www.mjyoung.net/law/incongruity.html suggests why a Congress with an 8% approval rate has a 90% re-election rate.

C-Net's Proposed Law: Protect Personal Information http://www.examiner.com/article/c-net-s-proposed-law-protect-personal-information reposts the classic article on the proposal to limit what can be posted to the Internet. Pictured: The Yellow Pages, modern online version of the wonderful information source the Telephone Directory

C-Net's Proposed Law: Protect Personal Information http://www.examiner.com/article/c-net-s-proposed-law-protect-personal-information reposts the classic article on the proposal to limit what can be posted to the Internet. Pictured: The Yellow Pages, modern online version of the wonderful information source the Telephone Directory

Donald Trump once hammered hard on The Birther Issue, evaluated and found wanting in http://www.mjyoung.net/law/birther.html

Donald Trump once hammered hard on The Birther Issue, evaluated and found wanting in http://www.mjyoung.net/law/birther.html

Web log post #171:  The President (of the Seventh Day Baptist Convention) http://www.mjyoung.net/weblog/index.php/171-the-president-of-the-seventh-day-baptist-convention/ considers the transience of political office. (Seventh Day Baptist Churchof Plainfield, New Jersey)

Web log post #171: The President (of the Seventh Day Baptist Convention) http://www.mjyoung.net/weblog/index.php/171-the-president-of-the-seventh-day-baptist-convention/ considers the transience of political office. (Seventh Day Baptist Churchof Plainfield, New Jersey)

Web log post #172:  Why Not Democracy? http://www.mjyoung.net/weblog/index.php/172-why-not-democracy/ in which the disadvantages of a strict majority rule system are considered.  (Pictured:  The electoral map of the 1824 Presidential election, in which Andrew Jackson took the clear plurality of both the popular and the electoral vote but not the majority of either, throwing the decision to the House of Representatives, who selected John Quincy Adams to serve.)

Web log post #172: Why Not Democracy? http://www.mjyoung.net/weblog/index.php/172-why-not-democracy/ in which the disadvantages of a strict majority rule system are considered. (Pictured: The electoral map of the 1824 Presidential election, in which Andrew Jackson took the clear plurality of both the popular and the electoral vote but not the majority of either, throwing the decision to the House of Representatives, who selected John Quincy Adams to serve.)

Thoughts on the Ten Internet Laws proposed by C-Net http://www.examiner.com/article/thoughts-on-the-ten-internet-laws-proposed-by-by-c-net republishes the introduction to the classic series.

Thoughts on the Ten Internet Laws proposed by C-Net http://www.examiner.com/article/thoughts-on-the-ten-internet-laws-proposed-by-by-c-net republishes the introduction to the classic series.

Copyright: Why it exists http://www.examiner.com/article/copyright-why-it-exists provides a foundation for discussion of intellectual property rights.

Copyright: Why it exists http://www.examiner.com/article/copyright-why-it-exists provides a foundation for discussion of intellectual property rights.

Why Romney's Finances Are Fair Game - Paul Krugman tells Beltway naysayers to 'get real'

Why Romney's Finances Are Fair Game - Paul Krugman tells Beltway naysayers to 'get real'

Was John Brown a Hero or a Villain? (2) http://www.examiner.com/article/was-john-brown-a-hero-or-a-villain-2 applies the lessons of the Harper's Ferry raid to the modern issue of the assault on the unborn. Pictured: A conflict between pro-life and pro-choice factions in front of the U.S. Supreme Court during a 2015 protest.

Was John Brown a Hero or a Villain? (2) http://www.examiner.com/article/was-john-brown-a-hero-or-a-villain-2 applies the lessons of the Harper's Ferry raid to the modern issue of the assault on the unborn. Pictured: A conflict between pro-life and pro-choice factions in front of the U.S. Supreme Court during a 2015 protest.

Blog entry #13: Governor Chris Christie's Debate Jab http://www.mjyoung.net/weblog/index.php/13-governor-chris-christies-debate-jab/ looks at a possible impact of the debate on the Presidential ticket.

Blog entry #13: Governor Chris Christie's Debate Jab http://www.mjyoung.net/weblog/index.php/13-governor-chris-christies-debate-jab/ looks at a possible impact of the debate on the Presidential ticket.

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