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How to Boost Your Immunities, 2020 Edition, Part 10–Hold Fast to Common Sense and Self-Evident Truth vs “Reflexive Law”

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila Access all articles in this series here Today’s discussion is aimed at helping the mind ward against so-called “post truth” aka “post-reality,” politics. Post-truth politics is “a situation in which people are more likely to accept an … Continue reading

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Guest Feature: “Standing Strong,” March 7, 2020, by Deana Chadwell

Today’s guest feature is by Deana Chadwell, a fellow blogger from Oregon. Her essay, below, presents a powerful snapshot of our currently tenuous hold on the twin foundations of the rule of law and our right to vote that have … Continue reading

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On the Continued, Intensified, Effort to Destroy the U.S. Constitution via “Reflexive Law”

Since I published the post below, back in September 2016, on so-called “Reflexive Law,” aka the effort to sell the idea that our Constitution is a “living document,” that is, can be changed via the social and political norms du … Continue reading

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