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Melting Pot or Puzzle Pieces

America is thought of as a melting pot by many but perhaps it’s more of a jigsaw puzzle with specific pieces being withheld by some making it impossible to create a complete picture.  1,127 more words

Social Issues

The Continuing Relevance of the Constitution

Commentary by Larry Arnn / November 28, 2016

URL of the original posting site: http://dailysignal.com/2016/11/28/the-continuing-relevance-of-the-constitution/

Public policy is often exciting and urgent. When a war begins or ends, when votes are counted in an election, or when a major bill is passed, everyone senses the magnitude of the event.

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Party Responsibility

I was participating in a conversation on Facebook, and the following statement started out because I felt it needed to be said, regarding the responsibility, or lack thereof in Partisan Politics. 516 more words

Due Process

Redesigning Secular Government

I’m going to start a series of articles exploring the primary documents of secular government in the United States of America.

Starting with the Constitution of the United States of America – and then working my way through laws – pointing out problems that lead to our current society, why they are problems and what the solutions are to those problems. 235 more words


Series : Everyday Inhuman Humans – Day 3 7/7/2016

Well, so soon in to the series and I missed a day. :( It was good for me, though. I spent some serious time riding my motorcycle across a couple of very different parts of New Jersey and not just the glowing toxic waste zone that I live. 1,046 more words


What makes America great?

These days I think it’s more than fair to reflect on the nature of greatness; in fact, it’s an absolute necessity, as Donald Trump seeks to gain power and ascendancy over his great country. 1,217 more words

The Trump Files

Frederick Douglass Spoke

Just outside of Washington’s Headquarters in Newburgh, New York this rock sits. It commemorates the time that Frederick Douglass came and gave a memorable speech. 168 more words

New York