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Reality Check: The 2nd Amendment

Here are two short videos that clarify what why the 2nd Amendment was included in the Constitution, as well as the rest of the Bill of Rights, and why you should fear a government that attempts to curtail those rights. 65 more words

Opressive Government

Happy Bill of Rights Day

As you all know, the Bill of Rights is the first 10 amendments to the Constitution.  It was written because many founding fathers did not want to approve the Constitution without a bill of rights.   82 more words

Cool Stuff

Divided Sovereignty

John Adams had strong opinions about federalism. He believed that the government should be structured similarly to the British Empire, given the British Empire’s extraordinary success. 437 more words

Early Republic

Mal Partisan: Our American Republic- The Federalists

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat- Mal Partisan: Our American Republic- The Federalists

I believe the way the American federal liberal democratic republic was formed is based on what we were before the United States was created and what our Founding Fathers (our Founding Liberals) wanted to escape from. 407 more words

Liberalism

Mal Partisan: Our American Republic- The Federalists

Source: This post was originally posted at The New Democrat- Mal Partisan: Our American Republic- The Federalists

I believe the way the American federal liberal democratic republic was formed is based on what we were before the United States was created and what our Founding Fathers (our Founding Liberals) wanted to escape from. 407 more words

Liberalism

Our American Republic - Ep. 37: Federalists

On this episode of Our American Republic, we are going to talk about the Federalists who originally championed the Constitution and the Federalist Party who assumed the same name as the original Constitutional advocates. 134 more words

Constitution

The Most Sublime Gift of Heaven

In the early 1800s, America underwent a campaign of infrastructure building. The building of new roads, bridges, and canals were done in a spirit of “national grandeur and individual convenience.” Gordon Wood, Empire of Liberty, 730 quoting Charles G. 397 more words

Early Republic