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Two More U.S. Term Limits Pledgers Elected to Congress

This week, the nation watched with anticipation as special elections for Congress took place in South Carolina and Georgia. What the mainstream media didn’t report, however, is that both winning … [Read more...]

Florida Lawmaker Cheating Term Limits

 A sneaky politician in Florida is cheating term limits by running for re-election despite having reached his eight-year limit.James Grant (R-Tampa) was elected to the Florida House of … [Read more...]

Calling Hatch Home

Back in 2012, U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch pledged that, if elected, his current six-year term would be his last. On Election Day 2018, Hatch will be 84 years old — and have spent more than half his life … [Read more...]

Lifetime Judges or Lifetime Congressmen

The Supreme Court hearings has caught a lot of people’s attention. There is a lot of talk about how the appointment is for life, and there is nothing you can do about the justice once they are in, as … [Read more...]

“Lifetime” Tenure Judges Still Serve Less Than Politicians

This week, the Senate Judiciary Committee grilled Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. Talk about a silly rite. Senators repeatedly fired questions about specific … [Read more...]