The author imagines that the President of the United States carries this object around and could use it to launch a nuclear assault.
House of Representatives
This is one of the two houses of Congress in which the author visits during an off-session and is appalled by the mediocrity of the proceedings.
Supreme Court Building
This location is the office of the Judicial branch.
This vehicle is at the center of the unintentional acceleration incident scandal.
The White House
This location is the office of the executive branch, where the president lives.
This location is the capital of the United States, and is where much of the author's narrative is located.
This object is central to the flag-burning controversy.
The author says that this object is so thick and so extensive that no one knows the entirety of its...
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