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What The Role Of ‘We The People’ Is

By Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D. Founder of The Heritage Foundation ~

“We the People.” We’ve heard that phrase so often it’s easy to overlook its significance. 710 more words

Public Opinion

Queer and here to stay

It’s now been over a week since gay marriage was approved by the Supreme Court.

How many fags have butt-fucked you at the bar without consent? 542 more words

Opinion

Ted Cruz Actually Said This

“This week in response to both of these decisions, I have called for another constitutional amendment — this one that would make members of the Supreme Court subject to periodic judicial retention elections.”

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Good Morning USA

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by Dahni
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Good Morning USA,

What’s offending, You today?

Is it that these three, barely exist… 121 more words

The Gathering Place

Good Morning USA

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Good Morning USA,

What’s offending, You today?

Is it that these three, barely exist… 120 more words

Poetry

LOL Nothing matters (SCOTUS round-up)

Well, the rule of law was fun while it lasted. Really excited to see where this new “the law means whatever the party in power (or really just the Left) thinks it means” principle goes. 3,360 more words

Politics

Obergefell and the Expansion of Federal Power

The Constitution of the United States is morally committed to the principle of equality. For this reason, the Right has either been reluctant to accept the Constitution or has outrightly rejected it.  2,173 more words

America