I have only questions. This interrogatory is inspired most recently by the indefatigable Vassar Bushmills’ recent post on the ‘raze the statues’ fad or movement? and the public’s reaction to it. riots protests riots and the Big Brother censorship crusade of the media/academia/corporate Axis of Evil. I. Since we ...Read more Comments Off on Hope Springs Intermittently
In all questions respecting the Militia, Dr. Edwin Vieira is the authority. In the 7 minute video below, Dr. Vieira shows us the difference between the State Militia and the State national guard. I’m going through Title 58 of the Tennessee Code now compiling “The Tennessee Military Code of ...Read more Comments Off on Get your State Militia revitalized before it’s too late!
Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub James Madison, the fourth President of the United States, and the Father of the Constitution, was born March 16, 1751, in the Tdewater area of Virginia. Is it sinful that we do not celebrate his birthday with a federal holiday, fireworks, picnics and speeches and concerts? ...Read more Comments Off on Honoring James Madison, the go-to guy, on his birthday, March 16
Townhall.com by Walter E. Williams George Washington, our first president, is probably our greatest and most decent statesman. We celebrate Washington’s Birthday each February. But March 16th marks the birthday of probably the second-most important and decent American, James Madison. Madison became our fourth president, but his presidency ...Read more Comments Off on Our Forgotten Statesman
Publius Huldah Convention supporters assure us that the States will have control over Delegates to an Article V convention. That is not true. The Truth is States have no power over the convention at Art. V. All they can do is “apply” to Congress for Congress ...Read more Comments Off on Convention Supporters’ Myths about State Control of Delegates
On this episode of Our American Republic, we are going to talk about the contributions of the Anti-Federalists to the ratification of the United States Constitution. Most importantly, these men championed individual liberties and limited government. Where would Americans be without the Bill of Rights? Sources: (Annotations visible on ...Read more Comments Off on Our American Republic – Ep. 38: Anti-Federalists
External link – Our American Republic – Ep. 37 Federalists On this episode of Our American Republic, we are going to talk about the Federalists who originally championed the Constitution and the Federalist Party who assumed the same name as the original Constitutional advocates. The efforts of these two ...Read more Comments Off on Our American Republic – Ep. 37: Federalists
External link – Our American Republic – Ep. 36: Taxation On this episode of Our American Republic, we are going to take a look at the subject of taxation and how it pertains to our Constitutional Government. The founders had dealt with royals and legal inequality throughout colonial history, ...Read more Comments Off on Our American Republic – Ep. 36: Taxation