The Religion of Procedure

Posted by on Oct 16, 2013 in Updates

The Religion of Procedure

Though it may seem at odds with my intense patriotism, I spent the Columbus Day weekend in Paris, but—rest assured—my mind never strays too far from our topic on the Roundtable. On the flight back, I watched a few episodes of the riveting, thrilling, and smart HBO mini-series “Rome.” The show chronicles the transition from Ancient Rome’s republic to Julius Caesar’s dictatorship to his adoptive son’s reign as Augustus Caesar. I have seen the series many times before, but...

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The First Monday in October

Posted by on Oct 8, 2013 in Musings

The First Monday in October

This October has certainly been unique thus far.  Between the Obamacare exchanges opening, the capture of Anas al-Libi in Libya, and the proposed secession of North Colorado, and of course the one-week-and-counting government shutdown, the United States citizens and their government are defying traditions this month. Except at 1 First St. NE, Washington D.C. Roundtable readers are likely aware that yesterday, like every “First Monday in October” since 1917, the nine Supreme...

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