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Guarding Against an Evil

Americans’ political beliefs were rapidly changing as the American Revolution progressed into the early years of the Republic. In fact, those beliefs were “constantly in flux, continually adapting and adjusting to ever-shifting political and social circumstances.” Gordon Wood,  413 more words

Early Republic

State Sovereignty and Nullification

This is adapted from a pocket pamphlet that I wrote and distribute.

The states are the sovereign entities in these United States. Too many people have believe the notion that the federal government is supreme. 3,696 more words

Nullification

AAC and Mid Major Conference Outlook

On this edition of In The Circle podcast, Eric Lopez and Victor Anderson talk to Justin McCleod of Justin’s World about the upcoming season in the… 989 more words

Podcasts

Happy Saturday!

So, no, James Madison may not have the Dawn Evans star-power that brings them national attention – but they’re still serious about winning the CAA. … 1,005 more words

NCAA Division I

Virginia 2015: Madison's Montpelier

Day 8: Sunday, October 11, 2015

Thomas Jefferson had another close friend nearby: James Madison. Madison lived in the town of Montpelier Station (named after Madison’s house Montpelier), near Orange, Virginia. 1,039 more words

Esteemed Ghosts From Our Past

by Diane Rufino

If you are ever confused as to the order of things, the emphasis of individual rights with respect to government, the rights of States with respect to the federal government, and the states’ rights of nullification and disunion with respect to the government’s position, it helps to refresh oneself with the wisdom of the men who wrote our Founding documents and provided us with the bedrock on which our nation was established and grounded. 1,205 more words

Esteemed Ghosts From Our Past

by Diane Rufino

If you are ever confused as to the order of things, the emphasis of individual rights with respect to government, the rights of States with respect to the federal government, and the states’ rights of nullification and disunion with respect to the government’s position, it helps to refresh oneself with the wisdom of the men who wrote our Founding documents and provided us with the bedrock on which our nation was established and grounded. 1,205 more words