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The Constitution

Along with the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution is one of America’s most important documents. This short script, originally written in 1789, was created following America’s disband from the British Empire in 1776. 250 more words

The Constitution

Lord Acton and Democracy

I was thinking about the quote , ” Absolute power corrupts and power corrupts absolutely and went back and looked at Lord Acton’s quotes on Democracy. 509 more words

Here's All The People ACTUALLY Saying Women Shouldn't Be Allowed To Vote Anymore

There has been a much ado on Twitter about #repealthe19th, a hashtag apparently filled with those who support repealing the 19th amendment — the provision that allows women to vote. 665 more words

If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It

Most of you are probably familiar with the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” In other words, if something is working adequately well, leave it alone. 183 more words


The End of the American "Republic"?

After the Republic

By: Angelo M. Codevilla

Over the past half century, the Reagan years notwithstanding, our ruling class’s changing preferences and habits have transformed public and private life in America. 4,791 more words


Here Come Da Judge(s)

One more month until Decision Day, and as of this writing the 2016 presidential election is still a toss-up.

Speaking of tossing-up, I once heard a perfect description of a hard choice:  It’s being up to your neck in crap and having a bucket of puke thrown at your face.  525 more words