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The Erosion of Separation of Powers

In the 1780s, there began to be a distinct erosion of the doctrine of separation of powers. 495 more words

Early Republic

365 Days of Gratitude - Day 270


For a forgotten form of transportation, for the peacefulness of the long trek, for the unique neighborhoods that lined my way, for the swirling snow, for realizing I’m never stuck… 22 more words

Founding Fathers Supported Islam?

Founding Fathers Supported Islam?

by Bill Lockwood

President Obama has jumped the gun. He had hoped that by now his Common Core education standards would have already dumbed-down Americans to the point that they know nothing of our own history nor would they be able to read the Koran for themselves. 900 more words


Veep Valentines, the Second Term

Round two of Veep Valentines. I had great help from my friend Jim Rossi, a history teacher who loves Vice Presidential jokes even more than I do. 29 more words

Politics And Society

So Just How Political Was Thomas Jefferson, Anyway?

“I never submitted the whole system of my opinions to the creed of any party of men whatever, in religion, in philosophy, in politics or in anything else, where I was capable of thinking for myself. 1,013 more words

The Jefferson Hour

Exposing Obama's Lies About Islam and America

David Barton/Wallbuilders speaks out about the lies President Obama told on his visit to a mosque last week.

Islamic Shari'ah