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#DeleteFacebook | Self Governance Project

4 Reasons Why You Should #DeleteFacebook

Facebook has received a lot of criticism as of late. Much of the backlash that has led to the #DeleteFacebook trend came from the 2016 election and the fact that many Russian trolls bought ads to try and sway public

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Boundaries | Self Governance Project

Boundaries: Good For A Nation. Good For An Individual.

We recently experienced the longest federal government shutdown in history. Without wading into the political games and partisan narratives being pushed on both sides, the issue largely came down to the issue of building a wall on the Mexico-U.S. border.

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Privacy | Self Governance Project

Privacy And Why It’s Important

Contrary to popular belief, the U.S. Constitution does not expressly protect your right to privacy. The idea of the right to privacy actually comes from a combination of amendments (1, 3, 4, 9, 14, to be specific) and many court

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Crisis of Meaning | Self Governance Project

The Crisis Of Meaning

Many years after the birth of the United States,  a man from France named Alexis de Tocqueville visited America. He wanted to observe for himself what caused thousands of people to flock to America and how it continued to thrive

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Government Shutdown | Self Governance Project

A Lesson From The Government Shutdown

By now, most rational Americans should be able to see through the political game played by both major parties and the media involving the partial government shutdown. Both parties paint the other as the villain who doesn’t care about families

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Self Governance Project | Remember

Self Governance Step 5: Remember

George Washington is often heralded as the “American Cincinnatus.” Cincinnatus being the Roman citizen turned war hero who returned to civilian life after the war had been won, never seeking power or riches as a reward. Washington, obviously, followed the

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