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State Sovereignty

State Sovereignty, Personal Liberty and Federal Overreach

On this last day of Constitution Week, 2021, our focus narrows to State Sovereignty and We the People and their […]

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Our US Constitution and American Exceptionalism

Our US Constitution and American Exceptionalism

On this day, in 1787, our U.S. Constitution was created and was ratified on March 4, 1789, forming the United […]

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Forced Vaccination

Forced Vaccination and Our U.S. Constitution

There is a lot of talk and debate about forced vaccination and even more about the possibility of a Vaccine […]

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We the People - Betsy Ross - Statue of Liberty

Representing We the People

One of the perks of being a Citizen of the United States of America is that we live in a […]

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Life Liberty

Our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor

The last eight words in our Declaration of Independence, a document that forever changed the world in which we live, […]

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Memorial Day 2021

Memorial Day 2021 – To Those Who Gave Their All

Perhaps like no other time in our history has our resolve been tested than during the past year and a […]

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Reparations - Gustave Boulanger's The Slave Market - Ancient Rome

Reparations: Fact and Fiction

  There are those advocating, once again, that reparations be paid to Americans who are black because of slavery early […]

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Keep and Bear Arms - Don't Tread On Me

The Right To Keep And Bear Arms. Period.

Our Founders were intelligent, well-read and had studied history. They fought a long and hard battle for our unalienable (i.e., […]

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Bill of Rights 2020 edition

The Anniversary of our Bill of Rights – 2020 Edition

All Americans should know the significance of our Bill of Rights, those first ten amendments to our U.S. Constitution. Following […]

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