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Secessionist or Federalist–which reclaims the Providential wisdom of America’s founding?

By Alan Keyes Among those still enthralled by the GOP, I guess that a majority would say they still respect America’s Revolutionary founders. And among those who do, some would even profess to adhere to the principles of the Revolution … Continue reading

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DEVVY’s EMAIL ALERTS: Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare is insane… (“Not under the commerce clause, but under the taxing power of the Outlaw Congress”)

Links are generally posted at my web site http://devvy.net/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi/r/alerts/578108374387/ ______________ Obamacare upheld. Not under the commerce clause, but under the taxing power of the Outlaw Congress.

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There Ought To Be a Law Against Making So Many Laws

There Ought To Be a Law Against Making So Many Laws The Aspen Times ^ | June 14, 2012 | Charlie Leonard Posted on Thursday, June 14, 2012 9:38:58 AM by Aspenhuskerette “It will be of little avail to the … Continue reading

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(“Clyde Wilson [send him mail] is a recovering professor. Now that he is no longer a professor of history he can at last be a real historian.”) ~ The Founding Fathers’ Guide to the Constitution by Clyde Wilson

…..James Madison is reputed by those who don’t know any better to be the “Father of the Constitution.” In fact, Madison lost more votes than he won at Philadelphia, although he did more maneuvering and scribbling than any other delegate. … Continue reading

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(“Republicaism Wasn’t Always Rotten”) ~ Reflections Upon Republicanism: From Jefferson to Van Buren by Charles A. Burris

Out of the American Revolution emerged a unique political ideology or system of belief – republicanism. Whether Anti-Federalist or Federalist, Democratic-Republican or Federalist, Democratic-Republican or National-Republican, Democrat or Whig, this vision lay at the center of Americans’ beliefs. It remains … Continue reading

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Understanding Why the Constitution Was and Remains a Detriment to Individual Liberty | Strike-The-Root: A Journal Of Liberty

The opposition to this approach was the Democratic Republican Party and Thomas Jefferson, who opposed the Constitution along with other stalwarts of the revolution, namely James Madison. These men feared that the Federalists desired a corrupted version of England’s monarchist … Continue reading

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The U.S. Constitution: The 18th Century Patriot Act ~ “It was not Thomas Jefferson or Patrick Henry that led the effort to call the Constitutional Convention, which neither even attended. It was Hamilton and his Federalists that wanted it” « ~ BLOGGER.GUNNY.G.1984+ ~ (BLOG & EMAIL)

…The U.S. Constitution: The 18th Century Patriot Act ~ “It was not Thomas Jefferson or Patrick Henry that led the effort to call the Constitutional Convention, which neither even attended. It was Hamilton and his Federalists that wanted it” By … Continue reading

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