You, my dear readers, have varied religious, political and regional backgrounds (yes, the regional part is very important). What keeps you commenting and reading seems to be our shared love of a good story and interesting things we can all enjoy. A few of my readers live in other countries, but for those of you living, or interested in United States history, here's something you may like.
A few years ago, I found the blog, "The Liberty Belle" written by Christin McMasters. Christin has a Ph.D. in political science from the University of South Carolina. She's non-partisan and explains the basic constitution in a way even teenagers can understand.
In this tumultuous political environment, everyone — on both sides, needs to know what the basic US Constitution stands for.
I don't know Christin personally, nor have I ever corresponded with her. This isn't an endorsement in any other way, but just to say I like her newsletter and think she's fair in her explanations. (I also love her logo - pretty cute, right? Leave it to a Southern girl to mix style with politics). An example of a recent story is . . .
Should It Be Hard to Elect a House Speaker?
Now that we're on the other side of that episode in history, we can share a national eye roll.
Find Dr. McMasters by clicking here - The Liberty Belle
What do you think? Do you recommend any other current event/information sources?
The concept of more than one point of view has certainly been lost in current times, she sounds like a breath of fresh air. Thank you for sharing, I look forward to reading her blog posts