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2018 Midterm Election Day: Go Out and Vote!

2018 Midterm Election Day: Go Out and Vote!

Voting is one of our most important civic duties. It gives us the power to have a say in our government and communities. Your vote counts whether you’re voting in a Presidential election, today’s midterm elections or your community’s board of director’s election....

Political Polarization and Its Impact on Communities

Political Polarization and Its Impact on Communities

In this age of political divide, it’s clear that people have stopped treating one another with courtesy and respect. I have colleagues and friends from the far left to the far right and everywhere in between, yet any conversation about political issues quickly...

CAI Blog Series: U.S. Constitution, Eighth Amendment

CAI Blog Series: U.S. Constitution, Eighth Amendment

The media gives a lot of attention to the First and Second Amendments, so the goal of this series is to provide a refresher on the remaining amendments of the U.S. Constitution. To make it manageable, I’m focusing on the first 10 amendments, also known as the Bill of...

CAI Blog Series: U.S. Constitution, Ninth Amendment

CAI Blog Series: U.S. Constitution, Ninth Amendment

Since we frequently hear about First and Second Amendment rights in the media, I feel a review of the remaining amendments will be refreshing. To make it manageable, I am focusing on the Bill of Rights—the first 10 amendments of the U.S. Constitution. During this...

CAI Blog Series: U.S. Constitution, Tenth Amendment

CAI Blog Series: U.S. Constitution, Tenth Amendment

The First and Second Amendments to the U.S. Constitution get a lot of attention. Freedom of religion, speech, and the press, as well as the right to bear arms are no doubt important. However, it got me thinking: Why don’t we talk about the other amendments as much?...

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