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Does Bill Clinton Confuse Nationalism with Patriotism?

Or Was He Trying To Spread Fear? When former president Bill Clinton recently addressed attendees at an event held at the Brookings Institute in Washington DC, he, basically, warned the U.S., Britain, France and others that several countries are “trying to have a pan-national movement to institutionalize separatism and division within national borders all over […]

What is at Stake in the 2016 Election

The 2016 presidential election is much more than just Republican vs Democrat or conservative vs liberal. It is about liberty.  It is about freedom.  It is about our rights as individuals here in America. It is about who is for “The People,” as in “We the People.”  It is about whom we can trust. Hillary has […]

Benjamin Franklin Synonymous With Freedom and Liberty

There were 56 individuals who signed the Declaration of Independence.  There were thousands of others who put their lives on the line to ensure that the United States of America became established through the Revolutionary War and the adoption of the US Constitution and Bill of Rights. However, there is only one Benjamin Franklin. As […]

Donald J Trump on the 2nd Amendment

The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution, the second item addressed in OUR Bill of Rights, states:  “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” In this short video, Republican Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump is very […]

Obama and the US Constitution – Not Compatible

For too many years the American public has turned a blind eye, or has been simply bamboozled, as politicians have slowly but surely been stealing our rights and freedoms away. Yes, those very ones that are guaranteed to us via the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the additional Amendments. As well, our Executive […]

Kris Paronto, Benghazi Hero, Is A True Patriot

In an attempt to bring truth to some of the political chicanery that is flying around today, Benghazi survivor, hero and an ultimate Patriot Kris Paronto says, “We need to destroy terrorism, not each other.”  Paronto, known as Tanto in security contracting circles, is a former US Army Ranger who was one of six men tasked […]

Ronald Reagan on the Constitution, Freedom, Liberty

Ronald Reagan served as the 40th President of the United States from 1981-1989.  Prior to that he served as the 33rd Governor of California from 1967-1975.  Although earlier in his life, he lived as a registered Democrat, he became a Conservative and switched to the Republican party in 1962. His landslide re-election over Walter Mondale […]

Founding Fathers on Liberty and Freedom

To hear our Founding Fathers speak of liberty and freedom you might believe that they had some knowledge and experience with the subject matter.  They spoke and wrote openly of their concerns about what it would take to keep liberty strong, how liberty could be taken away, how freedoms could be lost.  What these Patriots […]

Patrick Henry on Democracy and Individual Rights

As an Anti-Federalist, Founding Father Patrick Henry did not support the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. For him, the reason was very simple; the document, as presented to each of the 13 states for ratification, did not protect the citizen and allowed or gave too much power to the centralized government. The following excerpt is from his speech at […]

James Madison Words of Wisdom

Our Founding Fathers were very wise men, indeed.  Whether one was a Federalist or an Anti-Federalist, what mattered most was that, when it really counted, they came together to create the foundation for the most free country that the world has ever seen. The Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights […]