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Scrivener of Rome (no spoilers)

This tale is set in the time between the founding of Rome and the story in Outlander, being centered on about 400 B.C.E. and a dozen or so years on either side of that date. 89 more words


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


Prague, Czech Republic

This was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still “working.”

April, 2012 8 more words


Should we-Could we-Will we Anarchize

“The freedom to exchange ones labour for goods is anarchy… to restrict such an action requires government”

What is anarchism? What does it mean to be an anarchist? 1,885 more words


Congressman Kinzinger Clueless About U.S. Constitution, Shari’a Law

Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger of Illinois’ 16th District apparently has not read the U.S. Constitution and does not understand its basic legal principles.

Instead of upholding his oath of office, Kinzinger falsely advocates that Islamic Sharia law, a totalitarian political and legal ideology, which rejects human rights laws and  43 more words


Illegals Cost U.S. Taxpayers a Minimum of $92 Billion Per Year

According to Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) 2009 data, approximately 12,220,000 illegals were living in America. In 2015 illegals cost taxpayers roughly $83,778,000,000. Today’s estimates well exceed this amount. 24 more words