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1. Majority Rule and American Human Rights:
At what point, if at all, should the rights of the majority overrule the rights of the minority?
2. Defense of Marriage/Gay Rights in Federal or State Law:
Do you think we need a Defense of Marriage Amendment or should the states be allowed to set their own policy/law? Why or why not? If each state were to decide its own policy/law how might that affect the citizens?
3. Respond to â€œThe â€˜Rulesâ€™ of Politicsâ€ article below. Note the date, l980. Do you think government will ever change? Should it change? If so, how?
The "Rules" of Politics
Three Simple Rules for Improving Government 1. No law is valid unless the members of Congress voting for it have read it. The Ninety-seventh Congress considered over ten thousand bills and enacted over five hundred. The tax bill alone ran to several hundred pages. What is your guess as to the number of these bills that the average member of Congress read?
2. No law or regulation is valid if it is incomprehensible to the average citizen. Section 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code reads as follows: "For purposes of paragraph (3), an organization described in paragraph (2) shall be deemed to include an organization described in section 501 (c) (4), (5), or (6) which would be an organization described in paragraph (2) if it were an organization described in section 501 (c) (3)." Any questions?
3. No law is valid if it does not clearly state its goals and the means to attain them. The law creating the Federal Communications Commission instructs it to award radio and television licenses on the following principle: to serve "the public interest, convenience, or necessity." Now you know.
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