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Constitutional High Dudgeon and Other Paulbot Drama

One thing is for damn sure: if you pick a fight with Ron Paul, you pick a fight with a tiny, but fanatically dedicated, minority of his cult followers – all of whom argue with the certainty of True Believers … 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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