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The Values in the Constitution

The Declaration of Independence expressed a common American creed: All are born equal before God and the law, God bestows humans with natural rights, some of these rights are unalienable ...

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George Washington’s First Final Farewell

January 8, 2022 George Washington / History 0

By: Joe Wolverton, II A generation after George Washington’s Christmastime farewell to his troops and to the Congress who commissioned him in 1775, Clement Clarke Moore penned the iconic poem he ...

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The Struggle for Ratification: Advocates and Opponents Debate Judicial Review (Part 1)

By: Bob Fiedler One of the most striking and unique and hotly debated aspects of the American system of government is judicial review. Where precisely does this doctrine arise from? Technically, ...

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Record Shows Supreme Court Overwhelmingly Protects Federal Power

By: TJ Martinell One of the most prevalent political strategies is to sue and hope federal courts rein in unconstitutional federal overreach. But evidence shows it almost never turns out ...

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Christmas Eve 1776 Changed the World

December 25, 2021 Uncategorized 0

by: WorldTribune.com On December 24, 1776, George Washington knelt in prayer at McKonkey's Ferry, asking the Lord for the right words to inspire his troops to keep going, before he crossed ...

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Mark Meckler’s “COS” Board Member Has Drafted New Constitution Which Imposes Gun Control

By Publius Huldah (Joanna Martin, J.D.) Our Framers understood that a free State cannot exist without an armed and trained populace (i.e., the Militia). Accordingly, they wrote a Constitution which ...

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Does Biden’s OSHA vaccination mandate exceed federal authority?

On November 12, a federal appeals court suspended the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) order fining businesses with 100 or more employees for each employee unvaccinated against COVID-19. This is one ...

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Defend the Constitution

James Madison and the Case Against Compromise

Over the three days spanning from July 2 to July 5, 1787, the attendees at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia approved a resolution that would sufficiently satisfy the demands of ...

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Benjamin Franklin on “Doing Good to the Poor”

The federal government lacks any legitimate constitutional authority to establish welfare programs for the poor. Not only that, the federal welfare system fails in its promise to “help the poor” ...

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The Constitution: A Fixed Point of Reference

Land surveying depends on fixed reference points. In the U.S., you will often find these points marked by cast metal disks embedded in rock, or placed on concrete pillars or ...

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