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Another Montpelier

We visited Montpelier Saturday—in Virginia, the home of James Madison! It’s been too long since the last American history class (1965) and so we had fun brushing up on the 4th president and his wife Dolley. 128 more words

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TIMOTHY MCVEIGH, THOMAS JEFFERSON, AND THE LEXINGTON MINUTEMEN

A few days ago I shared some suggestions about ways to relive the events of April 19, 1775.  Before April 19th gets too far in our rear view mirror, I want to offer a few thoughts about another momentous event in American history that occurred on that date.  1,770 more words

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#CAAMinute, Presented by Lumber Liquidators – April 22

Tim McDonnell is back for Wednesday’s #CAAMinute, powered by Lumber Liquidators. Today’s minute is headlined by a number of weekly winners in softball and baseball. Enjoy. 12 more words

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Baseball Notebook - April 20

CAA BASEBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Casey Golden, UNCW
So., OF, Siler City, N.C./Jordan-Matthews
Golden twice delivered late-inning, game-winning RBI’s as UNCW swept a three-game series at Hofstra. 1,504 more words

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UIF Roadtrip April 2015

7 Days. 4 Campuses. 25 Fellows.

Saturday, April 18th, 2015

Humera and Katie are hitting the road, traveling through eight states to visit University Innovation Fellows, faculty sponsors and administrative leadership, to experience their spaces of innovation and hear stories of the way in which student engagement is expanding opportunities for peers and creating lasting institutional change. 366 more words

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James Madison

“The truth is all men having power ought to be mistrusted”

James Madison

March 16, 1751 – June 28, 1836


James Madison spent most of his adult life in politics.  

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Taxing Patriots — Liberty v the U.S. Tax Code

The Greatest Threat to Liberty Is the Power to Tax ~

By Mark Alexander ~

“The people of the U.S. owe their Independence and their liberty, to the wisdom of descrying in the minute tax of 3 pence on tea, the magnitude of the evil comprised in the precedent.” —

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