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Meeting at C-POWER Thurs

Nov. 13th at 7pm at Cagney’s Kitchen, 1200 Central St, Wilkesboro, NC. The guest is Jake MacAulay from the Institute on the Constitution discussing the American view on gov’t, Common Core, maintaining lawful government, and the biblical purpose of civil government. Arrive at 6pm for dinner.

TEA Party

John Locke and His Second Treatise on Civil Government

The influential English philosopher John Locke (1632 – 1704) was an anti-absolutist. This meant that he was against an absolutist monarchy, unlike the rest of Europe. 619 more words

School Essays

Relational Economics

It has been known in times past that trust is key in the sphere of economics. Trust also happens to be key in relationships in general. 749 more words