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Answering Objections to the ATPC

Without question, these days capture the essence of the old Chinese curse: “May you live in interesting times,” for these are likely the most interesting times Americans have lived in since 1776. In that year, in the city of Brotherly … Continue reading

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No Justice at the DOJ

During the Constitutional Convention, many of our Founders – most distinctly, the Anti-Federalists – were extremely cautious of, if not completely opposed to, the formation of a powerful central government under the Constitution. There were those who feared that too … Continue reading

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Clearing the Air on That Church vs. State Thing

There seems to be an agglomeration of confusion, stupidity, misinformation, falsehoods, and the like, concerning religion and its role in government. Before going any further, let us read the First Amendment to the Constitution: Congress shall make no law respecting … Continue reading

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The Biggest Useful Idiot of Them All

I happened to run across a web video yesterday featuring the infamous movie director and leftist, Michael Moore. Needing a good laugh and the opportunity for writing material, I gave it a listen. Nicholas Ballasy of the Daily Caller had … Continue reading

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Refuting Idiocy – Part 4

I began to dissect the following checklist of Obama accomplishments in Part 1 of this multi-part series. I say “multi-part” because I’m still unsure as to the number of postings it’s going to take to respond to these falsehoods, misrepresentations, … Continue reading

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Following Through On Rhetoric

Love him or hate him – Mitt Romney talks a good political ballgame. He’s become the consummate campaigner and knows how to deliver a pretty good victory speech at this point. He’s comfortable in front of large crowds, microphones and … Continue reading

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Words of Counsel for the Tea Party Movement

To all my friends in Liberty: The stirrings of our movement began not long after Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States and the sentiment reached critical mass in February of 2009 when Rick … Continue reading

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Unless the Writing is Erased, Doom Will Engulf Us All

When the Constitutional Convention announced the formation of a new government in 1787, the inestimable Dr. Franklin was asked precisely what they had given the American people: “A republic,” he responded, “if you can keep it.”

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The Uncommon Prescience of Uncommon Men

In this pundit’s humble opinion there can be no argument that the Founders of this nation and Framers of its Constitution were among the most remarkable generation that ever trod the earth. By and large they were a diverse group … Continue reading

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