Blindly Opposing the Facts: A study of the ill effects of absolutism from the Left and Right wing parties.
Since the foundation of the two-party system and the emergence of "Left" and "Right" ideologies in 1786, the two camps have always been opposed to each other's principles - partisanship is a key part of our government's system of checks and balances. The problem with partisanship is that assumes both parties' members have enough mind to at least hear out the other party or camp. As of late a number of issues in our country have warranted the presence of protesters. Everything from the recent war, to Bush, and even regarding old battles such as abortion, protesters have been out shouting an…
- Blindly Opposing the Facts: A study of the ill effects of absolutism from the Left and Right wing parties.
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