The Passion of Political Movements

The Passion of Political Movements

WHAT WILL “DISAFFECTED” VOTERS REAP IN NOVEMBER? by Paul R. Hollrah, ©2016 (Aug. 8, 2016) — Since the early years of the Great Depression in the late ’20s, the United States has witnessed four great political movements in which the principal outcome of the movement was a lasting imprint on our political and cultural history. The first […]

Breaking News: Candidate for President Invites All Scholar Reviews for Natural Born Citizen to Amicus Curiae Review in U.S. Supreme Court

Breaking News:  Candidate for President Invites All Scholar Reviews for Natural Born Citizen to Amicus Curiae Review in U.S. Supreme Court

PUT UP OR SHUT UP IS THE CLEAR MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE CODY ROBERT JUDY by Cody Robert Judy, ©2015, blogging at CodyJudy (Apr. 27, 2015) — The Amicus Curiae or Friend of the Court In the most critical and controversial court, which is that of the court of public opinion, the vital artery of […]

The Black Reagan

The Black Reagan

FILLING “VERY LARGE SHOES” by Paul. R. Hollrah, ©2015, blogging at Order of the Ephors (Feb. 20, 2015) — On February 15, 2013, I published a column titled “The Black Reagan,” in which I compared Dr. Benjamin Carson, former Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Medical Center, in Baltimore, to Ronald Reagan, the most beloved […]