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Good on Nebraska: The Abolition of Government Murder

“I should not regret a fair and full trial of the entire abolition of capital punishment.” — President James Madison

Kudos on the Nebraska State Legislature for abolishing Capital Punishment in Nebraska, and overriding the veto of its necrophilic Governor! 111 more words


The Verdict is Already In

The headline writers at The Washington Post are worried that “President Obama’s legacy is increasingly in legal jeopardy,” but we’re worried that they’re wrong. 832 more words


Gaynor chooses prep route, Scotland Performance, Dowling

As good as Colen Gaynor was in his senior season with the Parkside Rams on the basketball court this year and as much as he shines on the AAU circuit, he doesn’t suffer from an inability to see when there are things he can improve about his game. 1,018 more words


Bert Neuborne and ‘Madison’s Music’

Have you considered why the First Amendment is structured the way it is, or how the 10 amendments of the Bill of Rights came to be so ordered? 1,400 more words

  • “Stability in government is essential to national character and to the advantages annexed to it, as well as to that repose and confidence in the minds of the people, which are among the chief blessings of civil society.” ~James Madison, Federalist No. 37, 1788
James Madison

Rolling Over in Their Graves

Judge Napolitano asked the question: “What if the rights and principles guaranteed in the constitution have been so distorted in the past 200 years as to be unrecognizable by the founders?” 1,319 more words

Baseball Notebook - May 18

Corey Dick, UNCW
Sr., 1B, Albemarle, N.C./Albemarle
Dick batted .583 (7-12) with a double, two homers, five runs scored and six RBI in UNCW’s 3-1 week. 1,448 more words

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