If you’ve never supported term-limits for Congress, you may want to reconsider.
This is the dilemma for the Obama administration and the reason why HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is campaigning for funds and public awareness. They desperately need young people to jump on board, and fast.
A lot hinges upon the Supreme Court’s ruling in California’s Prop 8 case. Will states hold onto 10th Amendment rights, or will the Supreme Court intervene based on the Fourteenth Amendment? Oral arguments begin this week, and within a few months we will know the outcome.
Here are five policy goals promoted by the left that could undermine America’s future.
In typical fashion, Congressman Jose Serrano (D-NY) introduced a bill in Congress (like he does every year) that would repeal the 22nd Amendment’s two-term limit on the presidency. While this is nothing new–it has been introduced before by Democrats and Republicans–it is a reminder that this debate is not quite over.
By June of 2013, America will have a pretty good idea on where it stands on gay marriage. The Supreme Court just announced today that it will decide two gay marriage-related cases by next summer.
The topic of affirmative action is often brushed aside as an accepted part of society, without thorough examination of the benefits to minorities or the repercussions to those who are not.