Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Federalist Project 5

“The Politics of Constitution-Making” and The Federalist 21 – 28 Rakove’s fourth chapter takes up the critical issues surrounding the power and scope of the executive branch, primarily its method of election. The idea of allowing the national legislature to … Continue reading

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Popular Culture or Not: Your Choice

by Tatchai Ruangrattanatavorn It is now the 21st century, and we’re living in the Age of Technology. Progress has been very rapid, and within a few decades, many advanced machines and tools have been created, followed by new forms of … Continue reading

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POTUS and the Politics of Timelines

by Joshua H. Liberatore A slow week at the Office of the Federal Register gives me the opportunity to work through our considerable backlog of Bush-era speeches and documents in review for forthcoming editions of the Public Papers. As our … Continue reading

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To Be

by Daniel Liberatore To live inside a blossom A glass with clear lining And hear the birds awaken Without prejudices of last night’s moan To lie between the dew drops Among the blades of grass Silently forever swaying In their … Continue reading

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Dream This Dream

by Daniel Liberatore Dream this dream Too weary or dreary A faint sliver of zipping through existence On a wire connected to the world. No reality goes untreated too far To reach moonbeams from satellite towers And shivers from lightning … Continue reading

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