A quick recommendation

January 14, 2023


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? 

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