Category Archives: Political Science

Nazism and Donald J. Trump

Many Republican supporters of Donald J. Trump  take strong exception to opponents of Trump comparing him to Adolf Hitler. Well, if you wonder why that is the case, read the following article which leads one to “ponder the psychology of … Continue reading

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Is Roland Louis Hansen a Political Scientist?

“Political scientists study the origin, development, and operation of political systems. They research political ideas and analyze governments, policies, political trends, and related issues.” ~ ref: Bureau of Labor Statistics > Occupational Outlook Handbook > Life, Physical, and Social Science … Continue reading

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The Constitution of the United States America

America’s original 13 colonies banded together to form the United States of America. The first constitution for the United States was the Articles of Confederation which were adopted by the Continental Congress, also known as the Philadelphia Congress, on November … Continue reading

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Repeal the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.

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Government according to John Adams

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Political Systems

There is a very interesting web page over on the website of The U.S. Constitution Online. It starts out with this opening paragraph: “This page concerns Political Systems. The Constitution describes the U.S. political system. This document will describe political … Continue reading

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History Continues To Repeat Itself. Democracy Can Allow The Rise Of A Dictatorship.

Democracy can be a fragile thing. During the height of Ancient Greece, people were expected to pay homage to Alexander the Great. At its zenith, the people of the Roman Empire were expected to proudly proclaim “Hail, Caesar!” In the early … Continue reading

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