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Hamilton: Early lessons still apply

I just finished reading Alexander Hamilton, the 731-page opus that the current Broadway play is based on. Author Ron Chernow claims, with extensive research, that Hamilton was one of the nation’s most influential founders. 1,198 more words

STATES’ RIGHTS -- THE CONFEDERACY RISES AGAIN !

Life’s Ironies — States’ Rights has now become the siren call of disgruntled Democrats!  The intent is even the same as of yore – ripping the Union apart! 223 more words

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STATES’ RIGHTS -- THE CONFEDERACY RISES AGAIN !

Life’s Ironies — States’ Rights has now become the siren call of disgruntled Democrats!  The intent is even the same as of yore – ripping the Union apart! 223 more words

The Creature from the Compact

©2017 Concerned Citizens of Western Montana

A year since the ruling by Judge Manley, the final documents have been submitted to the MT Supreme Court just this month in the… 991 more words

Thoughts on the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

I’ve become thoroughly depressed by current events lately, so I’ve decided instead to go back to reading more American history. I’ve always respected the men and women of the founding generation: their bravery and fierce independent streak laid the foundation for the America we know today, for better or worse. 764 more words

States' (voting) rights

Trump wants voters’ personal information. Attorneys-general in 30 states have told him no. — Funny, though, how the Right is big on states’ rights, until a state does something the feds don’t like?

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Puerto Rican Statehood

Recently, Puerto Rican voters again backed U.S. statehood in its fifth referendum of the sort. Due to a boycott of the election, voter turnout was at a low of 23 percent. 616 more words

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