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America and Freedom At Stake: a Letter to my Children


Dear Ones,

The stakes could not be higher with this upcoming election, November 8.

America–the last bastion of freedom on earth–hangs in the balance. And many of those around you are clueless, disengaged, or worse. 759 more words

Saul Alinsky

“How to create a social state by Saul Alinsky:

There are eight Levels of control that must be obtained before you are able to create a social state. 536 more words

Freedom

America is on Her Knees

I didn’t support him in the primary, and I’m not sure if I’d get along with him in person, but I’ll be casting my ballot for Donald J. 578 more words

Politics

Treacherous tale of treason

Altaf Hussain’s speech triggered a massive state retaliation which require no introduction. Some drew parallels with the state reaction, or lack thereof, to Achakzai and his party based on his statement on the floor of the National Assembly.  675 more words

Current Affairs

The Conservativism of the Founding Fathers

In American politics, both major political parties and ideologies work their hardest to connect themselves to the Founding Fathers and the documents they wrote that established the American identity of freedom and work to protect it to this day. 1,173 more words

The Modern Feminist Rejection of Constitutional Government by Dr. Christina Villegas

Dr. Christina Villegas of the University of California, San Bernardino published a report entitled “The Modern Feminist Rejection of Constitutional Government” for the Heritage Foundation. It’s a long read, but persuasive in its entirety. 1,134 more words

Feminism Outer Party

Proposed States Duties

The Powers not assigned to this Federal Republic of Nigeria by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are left to the States respectively, or to the people. 543 more words

Constitution