The opportunity to register one's political preferences (especially at the federal level) is small, and only getting smaller.
Given that the people's voice grants government legitimacy, the authority of American democracy is under threat.
What is required in order for our government to represent the people's will?
Is faith underrepresented on the bench, and are critics of the president's nomination guilty of discrimination against the religious?
How could money possibly undermine citizens' basic political equality in a democracy?
How can the Court overturn precedent and go against stare decisis?
The Electoral College, partisan gerrymandering, and varying Congressional district sizes have all undermined the people's political voice.
Neither revenge nor negligence can justify hoping for the worse or expressing joy at other's misfortune.
No taxation without representation? Many still have no way of having their political voice recognized.
Can virtue ethics ever justify wishing harm to come to others?