John Kass and Eric Zorn write/work for Bruce Dold and the Chicago Tribune: Kass writes as a conservative and Zorn as a liberal. Both writers support the usurpation, the anti-republic, and use the notions of conservative and liberal as political markers (distinctions) without any founding reference; they write within the confines of usurpation and not the numbers of the Constitution.
Perhaps new language is needed for 2020. A conservative-liberal (CL) would support the US Republic and not the laws of usurpation. A CL, for example, supports Article I, Section 2, Clause 3, Article the first of the Bill of Rights (which moves the “thirty Thousand” to “not more than one Representative for every fifty thousand persons), and the 7th Amendment and its twenty dollar justice clause.
CL, as an idea, resolves the conservative liberal bipolarity of our times and creates media space for constitutional representation and our sense of who we are: We the People.
*Next Up: The Union 2016 summer series continues on Sunday 7 August with part 7, Johnny Reb and Gus Kotka Nowhere Hey You.
Posted by Bryan W. Brickner