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With attack-ads blaring and social media abuzz, millions of Americans dutifully flocked from far and wide to their polling station last Tuesday to participate in the national election. However, it is being increasingly suggested that this biennial ritual is becoming an anachronism in today’s age of ever-present technology. Indeed, a Continue Reading →
On October 28, 2008 By JETLaw October 28, 2008
Those who cast the votes, they decide nothing. Those who count the votes, they decide everything.
So said a “friend” of the proletariat, Joseph Stalin, pointing out one way to bypass majoritarian power at the ballot box. In the twenty-first century, the who counting the ballots has increasingly become a computer instead of a [...]Continue Reading →
On October 3, 2008 By JETLaw October 3, 2008
Raise your hand if you remember the presidential election of 2000. Do the words “buttefly ballot” still make you cringe? Well, you are probably not the only one. If fact, because of the confusing mess produced by butterfly ballots, a number of key politicians have continued to [...]Continue Reading →
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