Gerrymandering: Roe v. Wade, a Dysfunctional Congress, and the Supreme Court

With the 244th Independence Day at hand—must include the first one in 1776—the United States Supreme Court couldn’t be much more screwed up. Very un-American, they decided it would be good to inhibit compromise in law making. It’s because of gerrymandering. Here’s how it works: What’s the first business of most congressmen? Getting re-elected. Solution:…

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