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by Tim Baldwin published by Flathead Beacon People have mixed views about state primary elections for president. Since our constitutions do not govern this election, states have developed their own procedures, which have mostly favored the major political parties and are indirect elections, whereby delegates are sent to a convention to elect the candidates for the parties. Good or bad? Political parties are perhaps necessary and arise from human nature but have inherent dangers to a democratic society. Parties, in some respects, have more power than the people at large, and when a few delegates vote for th...
Published: Sunday, April 17, 2016
by Tim Baldwin published by Flathead Beacon For a long time, religious beliefs have played a significant role in politics. In America, religious beliefs bled into statutes, both on state and federal levels. For example, past generations used religion to limit individual liberty, such as, keeping women from voting, different races from marrying, and alcohol from being consumed. But a different view of religion prompted liberty movements. What is the next religious push in America? Republicans tend to use Christianity and the Bible to impose their view of morality on the rest of society. The most notable iss...
Published: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
by Tim Baldwin published by Flathead Beacon Bernie Sanders is an open socialist running for president and has notable success in this election. His followers are very motivated about his message. What does this mean for America’s constitutional future? Socialist states have a similar foundation to democratic republics: i.e. political power derives from the people, not the chosen few. But the constitutions of them are very different. Socialism emphasizes placing power in government to meet people’s needs (i.e. receiving certain benefits is deemed a right), while classic democracies emphasize lea...
Published: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
by Tim Baldwin published by Flathead Beacon For a long time, religious beliefs have played a significant role in politics. In America, religious beliefs bled into statutes, both on state and federal levels. For example, past generations used religion to limit individual liberty, such as, keeping women from voting, different races from marrying, and alcohol from being consumed. But a different view of religion prompted liberty movements. What is the next religious push in America? Republicans tend to use Christianity and the Bible to impose their view of morality on the rest of society. The most notable iss...
Published: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
by Tim Baldwin published by Flathead Beacon With Justice Scalia’s death, Obama has appointed Merrick Garlan, a Harvard graduate and DC Circuit judge. This being a highly-controversial election year, the stakes are higher with this appointment.  Analysts say if Republicans don’t confirm the appointment, it will disenfranchise many because it will be viewed as a move for the Republican Party. Others say that Republicans should confirm Garlan for fear that if Clinton is elected, she will appoint a justice more liberal than Garlan.  Cruz is capitalizing on this because he has Supreme C...
Published: Tuesday, April 12, 2016

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