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Why America Needs an All Powerful US Senate

The United States Senate has long been America’s national embarrassment. Historically, the Senate has been corrupt, racist, elitist, and self-serving.

However, many Americans have long worshiped the US Senate as the world’s greatest deliberative body. Although, history provides no evidence that the US Senate has ever deliberated anything or been great.

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Daniel G. Jennings

Daniel G. Jennings

Daniel G. Jennings is a writer who lives and works in Colorado. He is a lifelong history buff who is fascinated by stocks, politics, and cryptocurrency.

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