Sep 292018
 

Practically everyone in Washington, as well as virtually everyone else in the United States of America with an IQ over 98, has been glued to some type of screen or another for the past week, watching the Supreme Court confirmation hearings. And given the circumstances, that’s quite understandable. For the many international readers of this Web log, who may not follow our Congress, President and Supreme Court with quite as much regularity as we here in the USA have been for the last month, here’s the situation: ( 1 ) Our Constitution, a legal document drafted in the late eighteenth century, and amended twenty-seven times since then, is basically the only thing that holds our nation together; ( 2 ) […]