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The Primary Ideals of the Enlightenment in Terms of Politics and Constitutionalism

The Enlighten writers known as the philosophes called for a “political order that would be secular, reasonable, humane, pacific, open and free.” (1 ) Further, this political order would have “freedom in its many forms; freedom from arbitrary power, freedom of speech, freedom of trade . 1,188 more words

History

Separation of Church and State - The Stark Reality

Separation of Church and State – The Stark Reality. By: Gary Hays

Note: Out of respect for my many Christian friends I have appropriately capitalized certain titles. 1,586 more words

Inspirational

Evil Conservative Radio: What Power Does the Common-Law Grand Jury Hold?

There has been a lot of buzz this weekend after Carl Swensson and the common-law grand jury he convened in Georgia this weekend created a presentment of findings against Barack Hussein Obama aka Barry Soetoro aka Barry Sutoro. 1,557 more words

2014

Light Worker 29501 reblogged this on Starship Earth: The Big Picture and commented:

If you've heard of Common Law Grand Juries, but aren't quite sure what they are or why we don't hear about them (much) anymore, this article should help. -LW