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Hail to The Divider in Chief

Yesterday in Dallas, Barack Obama gave a speech to a large crowd which had assembled to memorialize the five Dallas police officers, (Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Michael Smith, Patrick Zamarippa and Brent Thompson), who were killed by a domestic terrorist. 1,424 more words

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Constitution Sunday: Letters from the "Federal Farmer" to "The Republican"

Letters from the “Federal Farmer” to “The Republican”

New York, November 8, 1787

Following are excerpts from a series of letters published in New York, supposedly from the Federal Farmer to The Republican: 740 more words

Constitution

Jefferson and Christianity

In recent days the space not taken up by discussions of, say, the Cincinnati gorilla, has been taken up online by  a vibrant discussion about Thomas Jefferson and Christianity. 341 more words

Why I am a Conservative

“…by my definition, a Conservative is someone who wants to conserve the Constitution of the United States and the American tradition and law, that no one is above that law.” 2,727 more words

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Constitution Sunday: "A Political Dialogue"

“A Political Dialogue”

Massachusetts Centinel (Boston), October 24, 1787

Following are excerpts from an article published in the Massachusetts Centinel, which purported to capture a conversation between “Mr. 564 more words

Constitution

Hamilton versus Jefferson: Commentary, Part 12

In Chapter 10 we find Alexander Hamilton’s thorough rebuttal to Thomas Jefferson’s critique of his programs. Again, there is much that can be said as a result of Hamilton’s prolific intellect and passionate defense: his explanation that, no indeed, he was not a proponent of perpetual debt but instead long argued “’the… 1,165 more words

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