John Dickhaus
John Dickhaus
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An Open Letter to the Businesses Ruining Thanksgiving

I barely took off my Halloween costume when the Christmas decorations started to go up. Just stop.

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5 Haunting Halloween Songs For Every Classical Music Lover

A short list of the best pieces of classical music that can get you in the mood for Halloween.

Ole Miss Football: Playing "Dixie" At SEC Games Isn't Racist — It's Southern Culture

Should the playing of the Confederacy's unofficial national anthem and other songs associated with the Confederacy be dropped at college football games?
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4 Composers That Will Actually Make You Like Classical Music

Classical music does not just have to be an outlet for older generations or Yuppies. Here are four composers that millennials should love.
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Government Shutdown 2013: Tea Party, Shut Up and Trust Your Leaders

The Tea Party is hurting GOP efforts in the 2014 midterms by opposing the House leadership's strategy to avoid a government shutdown.
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Why There Should Not Be Supreme Court Term Limits

The Supreme Court should not be subject to term limits and further political meddling by other branches of the federal government.

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To Make America Better, We Need to Be Less Democratic

The Seventeenth Amendment, direct election of senators, should be repealed. Here's why.
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Mark Levin Wants to Save the Constitution — In 10 Easy Steps

The first in a series of articles that will explore the new book "The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic" by conservative talk radio host Mark Levin.
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What Would the Founding Fathers Do About Congressional Term Limits Today

In the early days of the republic, serving in Congress was largely seen as a part time job that came secondary to each representatives respective job in their home state.