Tag Archives: term limits

Is John Dingell's 58 Years In Congress Something To Applaud?

Is John Dingell's 58 Years In Congress Something To Applaud?

Rep. John Dingell of Michigan is stepping down after the longest term in Congress in history. His time in Congress is being celebrated in the media today, and by politicians on both sides of the aisle up to and including President Obama himself, but is it really something we should be happy about? In an

Poll: 53% Of Americans Feel The Government Is A Threat To Their Rights And Freedoms

This is the first time the Pew poll has ever showed a majority for this question, which is surprising to me. Because what other force has been more responsible than government of one form or another for the oppression of the masses? For the first time, a majority of Americans believe the federal government threatens

After Re-Electing A Bunch Of Incumbents, Americans Demand Term Limits

There is nothing that baffles me more than the term limits issue. On one hand, term limits are a pretty popular concept among Americans. Proposals to end term limits for the President are routinely panned. Voters talk about term limits endlessly, suggesting that “fresh blood” in Washington from time to time is a good thing.

Democrat Introduces Constitutional Amendment To End Presidential Term Limits

Rep. José Serrano of New York has introduced H.J.Res. 15, an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the 22nd amendment. The 22nd amendment reads: No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as