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The U.S. is Replacing Free Speech with “Free Speech”

The whole concept of free speech has undergone a tremendous amount of change since the drafting of the U.S. Constitution. To the Framers of the Constitution, including Benjamin Franklin who was a printer, remember, the idea of free speech was to protect political speech … by politicians. 501 more words

Politics

July 4th, 1776 -- The Birth Of An EXCEPTIONAL Nation!

If you listen to those who claim to know better, they will tell you this is not an exceptional nation.  That it’s founders were just a bunch of old, rich white men looking to preserve their place of privilege.  2,263 more words

Founding Ideology And Original Intent

PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: There Is No Natural Right To Vote

Contrary to what so many of us would like to believe, there is no Natural Right to vote.  Remember, a Natural Right is that which you can claim on a deserted island.  1,093 more words

Natural Law

Roger Sherman, Signer of the Articles of Association, Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the U. S. Constitution

In 1723, when Sherman was 2 years of age, his family relocated from his Newton, MA, birthplace to Dorchester (present Stoughton). As a boy, Roger read widely in his spare time to supplement his minimal education at a common school. 1,171 more words

British History

Get Out of My Class and Leave America

From TownHall.com, Mike Adams, 08/28/2015 –

Author’s Note: The following column is comprised of excerpts taken from my first lectures on the first day of classes this semester at UNC-Wilmington. 973 more words

National Issues

LESSONS IN LOGIC: This Story Is An Admission That The Rule Of Law In America Is Dead

The rule of law is based on a strict adherence to a set of known laws, the purpose of which is usually explained by those who created the law.  847 more words

Natural Law

"'Advice & Consent'? No One Really Knows What the Founders Had in Mind." | History News Network

Ray Raphael briefly reviews the history of the “advice and consent” clause of the Constitution at the HNN.

Afterwards he notes that “[t]he current Senate is more than eager to question ‘the judgment of the Chief Magistrate,’ and the avowed aim of Republican senators is to undermine the administration, not provide ‘stability.’ Nor, in this age of unrelenting media buzz, is there much interest in ‘a silent operation.’ Ironically, those who call themselves Originalists, and who hang on the framers’ every word, loudly broadcast their intention to thwart the Chief Executive at this and at every turn.” 17 more words

History