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Florida Church Warns Visitors 'We Are Heavily Armed'

I’m a strong supporter of the Second Amendment. There, I said it. I personally rely on the Second Amendment every single day to protect myself, my home, and my family from potential danger. 132 more words


Impeachment: its historic origins in Medieval England

Impeachment – the ousting of presidents by the actions of parliaments and similar representative bodies – seems to be in vogue just now, whether in Zimbabwe, Brazil or, potentially (dare one say it) in the United States of America. 1,600 more words

UK Law

The Source Document(s) for Article 30(1)


In a previous article, we had seen how the initial Draft versions of the Indian Constitution prepared by Dr K M Munshi had guaranteed a very different form of educational rights to its citizens. 1,076 more words


Thanksgiving and the New Republic

Thanksgiving is a truly great American holiday. It is a time when people from all over the world blend their traditions into one religious holiday celebrated by Christians, Jews, Moslems, and every other faith alike. 974 more words

People & Culture

Guns don’t kill people

Every time somebody starts shooting people, after all the smoke has cleared and all the grief mellows down, we enter into the same endless discussion about gun control. 728 more words


WordPress - #Daily Prompt - Particular

There was really something quietly particular

That made this revolution a bit irregular

The idea that the people should live

Freely with all the rights God does give… 94 more words

Photographs & Memories

Gettysburg Address anniversary -- Thursday, November 19, 1863

I can’t help but think and reflect on these great words from our first Republican President on the anniversary of the Gettysburg Address.

The Battle of Gettysburg… 427 more words