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Founding Fathers and Framers of the American Way

Spent the entire week in and with the Founding Fathers, and although it can be a brain message, there is just something different now in our present day, and most certainly back when the Founders were concocting the world’s greatest … Continue reading

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It’s the Nation’s Birthday, and it is in an experiment!

Spent the entire week in and with the Founding Fathers, and although it can be a brain message, there is just something different now in our present day, and most certainly back when the Founders were concocting the world’s greatest … Continue reading

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Consider the other side…please!

This type of reporting as exemplified by the Village Voice’s Nick Plato doesn’t really add up to a hill of beans when all things are considered and taken into consideration. We do not want to be seen as perusing ever … Continue reading

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Republican form of government means the “ability to self-govern”

The separation of powers helps to ensure good government at the same time it guards against tyranny. Independent in function but coordinated in the pursuit of justice, the three branches of government—legislative, executive, and judicial—must each have enough power to … Continue reading

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Early History of the First Amendment…part 2

This is an extraordinary freedom and privilegethat is but based on fourteen words in our Constitution: the free expression clauses of the First Amendment. But the freedom we now take for granted did not take hold when the First Amendment … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers on Assimilation

One could never dispute that certain issues are going to confront us all at one given point in our lives or another. Our discussion involves the notion of change folks. Ostensibly every human being will experience puberty, adolescence, hopefully learning, … Continue reading

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