Since the Thom Hartmann website has no way of accessing more than one's last 10 blog posts (even though they're still there), I've decided to keep this catalog of my own posts in my most recent ten. I'll have to delete and repost an updated version when it would otherwise become the 11th most recent. I had to delete blog posts until there were 9 showing, so that I knew I had them all.

Wealth Disparity, a More Helpful Infographic

A System for Electing Legislators, part 1: The Case

A System for Electing Legislators, part 2: The Mechanics

The Size of the Supreme Court

Objective Redistricting, part 1: The Description

Objective Redistricting, part 2: Legalese

Education & Employment

Groundhog Day

It's Halloween, Not Holloween

Revised Second Amendment

Enforcing Amendment XIV, Section 2

True Representative Democracy


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Palindromedary 5 years 7 weeks ago

Can't you keep them in your browser bookmarks?

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mathboy 5 years 6 weeks ago

I could, Palindromedary, but that wouldn't let other people find them if they didn't already know about them and have the web addresses.

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