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AMERICA’S FOUNDING PRINCIPLES What happens to the overall national citizenry and then onward, involving the entire world when a wealthy, innovative, and industrialized nation loses all concepts of the morals and values that were largely responsible for it to aspire … Continue reading
Public Schools We would like to make a very relevant coursework assessment as our empirical observations as well as research has shown us. There has been so much to say about Common Core curriculum that it is just alike or … Continue reading
We Want to know the IRS, that is all we ask… We Want to know the IRS, that is all we ask… Based on our own empirical study (a non-scientific survey based on observation) we found that it is responsible … Continue reading
EXECUTIVE OVERREACH…? Seriously speaking how often have you or anyone else you are close to you saying, “That’s enough!” We have all seen and heard as much as I care to hear concerning President Barack Obama. As predicated upon his … Continue reading
FOUNDING FATHERS ON IMMIGRATION Hello and welcome again to Founding Fathers Quote’s Friday! This is a little meme that was put together years ago – and now when I look back at some of my earlier articles dating from 2007 … Continue reading
A Republican blueprint for immigration reform offers legalization for some of the nation’s 11 million people who are in the country illegally, but no special pathway to citizenship, except in the cases of children brought to the country illegally by … Continue reading
Concerning the masses, as Karl Marx would postulate or it is concerning the natural rights of man, as Thomas Paine would no doubt have espoused, and somewhere, somehow in-between these mediums the gauntlet of social sciences is labelled up the … Continue reading
Principles of America’s Founders must be restored… Understanding our political heritage is a vital part of building a stronger America for the next generation. The principles of America’s Founders must be restored to their proper role in the public and … Continue reading
For the second time in a week, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker publicly expressed her support for immigration reform. “Put simply, this must be at the top of our to-do list,” Pritzker said Thursday at an event for the Los Angeles World … Continue reading