Tag Archives: partisanship

  • The Socialist’s Journal: Looking Backward to Move Forward

    Jan 24, 12 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment


    *One of the great things about the creation of the United States was the communal spirit that existed among the first generation of founding fathers. They all knew they were embarking on the immense challenge of starting a completely new way of governing. Because of this understanding along with an established set of aristocrats, there […]

  • The Socialist’s Journal: Bush, Obama, & Civil Liberties

    Nov 30, 10 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment


    *To a large degree this country was founded on civil liberties. Even as the Constitution was being ratified, the founding fathers were drawing up and debating the Bill of Rights to ensure that individual freedoms would be secure. This is why the first amendment guarantees freedoms that enable individuals to pursue their happiness. The concept […]