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Paul Edward Zukowski

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I can answer questions on politics and current events from a conservative prospective. Topics can include defense, law, social issues, guns, the Constitution, crime etc. I can only comment on issues regarding the USA. I can play devils advocate.

Jeffrey Hauck

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I would welcome the opportunity to answer questions relating to U.S. Politics.

Marc Aperio

U.S.
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returns 04/10/2017
I'll be glad to answer any question related to US politics, regarding domestic or international issues.

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2017-03-26 Re: Questions:

Siddharth,    We must look to case-law to understand this.  Through Constitutional interpretation, known as preferred freedoms, we take the 1939 case of Schneider v. State of New Jersey. In this case,

2017-03-24 Re: Questions:

Siddharth,    You are tracking in the right direction but remember that the preferred position doctrine is interpretive and is therefore flexible not rigid.  It is a test that is applied not against person

2017-03-24 Re: Question:

Siddharth,    Yes, that is correct.  An adjustment made to Social Security and Supplemental Security Income to counteract the effects of inflation. Cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) are generally equal

2017-03-23 Re: Issue network:

Siddharth,    Issue Networks are an alliance of various interest groups and individuals who unite in order to promote a common cause or agenda in a way that influences government policy. In the U.S, the

2017-03-23 Re: Questions:

Hi Sid,     1. Yes everything you said about this point is accurate.     2. The preferred position doctrine means that, in deciding court cases, certain Constitutional rights can be considered more important

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