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A Tale of Two Elections: Cherokee Nation and United States

Article by WorldNews.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. When it was announced that the Cherokee Nation’s Supreme Court invalidated the results of a disputed election to determine their Chief, I remembered what Sheldon S. Wolin wrote about the 2000 presidential election and a possible Florida recount. In “Democracy Inc., Managed Democracy And The Specter Of Inverted Totalitarianism.” Wolin believes today the U.S. Constitution has no inherent political authority but instead, its actual power is dependent upon a select few who operate the constitution for their own increase, for their own good. Furthermore, the ascendancy of the United States Empire has weakened democracy and made…