Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Supreme Court, Commerce Clause, and Health Care

Today the Supreme Court will begin a very important case that might have long-lasting implications. Government classes should be interested in the fact that it involves all three branches, federalism, and limited government. Economics classes should note that it involves … Continue reading

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March Madness

I am open to hearing from any of you about who you think will win the men’s championship, or have a great upset, BUT the two best stories from this year’s tournament are from the women’s bracket. Please comment on … Continue reading

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Invisible Children

Many of you have kept up with Invisible Children through social media ever since they visited our school in the fall. Some of you have recently gotten reacquainted with the organization. If you are not aware, they are planning a … Continue reading

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Presidential Race in Ohio

Both Romney and Santorum campaigned in Northeastern Ohio on the eve of Super Tuesday voting. Gingrich is counting on a convincing win in his home state of Georgia. Where can Ron Paul win? Which candidate has gotten your vote? Why … Continue reading

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