The Supreme Court has agreed to address a challenge to the Electoral College

In 2016, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote.  Donald Trump, however, won the Electoral College by focusing on all states, not just the most populous ones.  Since then, Democrats have been bent on destroying the Electoral College by any means short of a constitutional amendment.  The Supreme Court has now agreed to take up one of Democrats' attacks on the Electoral College. The Founders created the Electoral College via Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 in the Constitution.  Its purpose reflects the fact that America is not a direct democracy but is, instead, a representative democracy.  The Electoral College is one of the many layers the Founders put between the government and the possible madness of the mob. Before the 17th Amendment, senators were originally meant to be elected by state legislatures, putting them at a remove from voters.  The president nominates judges, and the Senate votes on...(Read Full Post)
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