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Rhetoric and Resistance in the Face of Tyranny

November 23, 2022 American Revolution 0

By: Mike Maharrey As the British put increased pressure on the American colonists in an effort to force them into submission, the colonists backed up their increasingly forceful rhetoric with concrete ...

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Today in History: First Continental Congress Passes the Continental Association

November 4, 2022 American Revolution / History 0

By: Mike Maharrey Today in history, on October 20, 1774, the First Continental Congress adopted the Continental Association. This agreement put teeth into the Declaration of Colonial Rights the Congress adopted a week earlier by ...

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Resistance is Crucial to the Advancement of Liberty

August 26, 2022 Freedom / God-given Rights / Liberty 0

By: Mike Maharrey Patrick Henry told us that “government is no more than a choice among evils.” Thomas Paine held the same view. In Common Sense, he wrote, “Society in every state ...

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Thomas Jefferson: A Little Rebellion Now and Then

June 15, 2022 Thomas Jefferson 0

    Writing to James Madison about Shays’ Rebellion in early 1787, Thomas Jefferson said that “a little rebellion now and then is a good thing.” He considered it an ...

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Are You Morally Required to Obey?

June 2, 2022 Uncategorized 0

By: Michael Boldin A lot of people seem to treat government acts as something they’re morally required to obey – until repealed.   But this flies in the face of the ...

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10th Amendment Essentials: Sovereignty and Resistance

By: Michael Boldin “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” ...

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10 Founders on Obedience and Resistance

By: Michael Boldin We often hear from people that nullification is chaos, disobedience is a tool of the left, and instead of refusing to comply, people need to change politicians ...

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