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October 06, 2014


Federalist 62. Madison reminds us that the election of U.S. Senators by their respective state legislatures secured state rights or authority. In your opinion, how might a return to this vital constitutional principle become a key element in empowering a push back against federal intrusion into powers our heaven inspired Constitution clearly retained as jurisdictionally belonging to state & local governments, to families & individuals, to private businesses, churches, & charities?


Posts Tagged ‘u.s. history’

John Adams: The Gloomy Cowardice of the Times is Intollerable

John Adams: The Gloomy Cowardice of the Times is Intollerable

American Correspondence John Adams—in a letter to his wife—expresses a few sentiments during the Continental Congress at Philadelphia. Posterity! You will never know, how much it cost the present Generation, to preserve your Freedom!— I hope you will make a good Use of it.— If you do not, I shall repent in Heaven, that I ever took [...]

Weekly Story: Great Transcontinental Air Race

Weekly Story: Great Transcontinental Air Race

Weekly Story On October 8, 1919, the US Army begins the first Transcontinental Air Race. The Course of the Transcontinental Air Classic Is Dotted with Machines Which Came to Grief Because of Unsuitable Landing Places. The Course of the Transcontinental Air Classic Is Dotted with Machines Which Came to Grief Because of Unsuitable Landing [...]

Anonymous, a Dialogue Between the Devil, and George III, Tyrant of Britain

Anonymous, a Dialogue Between the Devil, and George III, Tyrant of Britain

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, FOUNDING ERA SATIRE Anonymous: 1782 Not a sermon and by an author anonymous and unknown, this satirical dialogue first appeared in 1782 in Boston, was reprinted in the Frederick-Town, Maryland, Chronicle on June 27, 1787, and appeared yet a third time in Augusta, Maine, in 1797. Much in the spirit in which we have [...]

Individual Liberty In The Crucible Of History: A Collectivist Curvature of the Mind

Individual Liberty In The Crucible Of History: A Collectivist Curvature of the Mind

Clarence B. Carson CLARENCE B. CARSON, IDEAS ON LIBERTY Any capable observer should be able to see that there has been a gradual and mounting circum­scription of liberty in America in the twentieth century. It mani­fests itself in the spreading ten­tacles of government control and regulation, in the concentration of power in the federal [...]

Of Rights: Natural and Arbitrary – Clarence B. Carson

Of Rights: Natural and Arbitrary – Clarence B. Carson

Clarence B. Carson CLARENCE B. CARSON, IDEAS ON LIBERTY The number of rights to which Americans are entitled appears to be increasing rapidly. Almost any current magazine or newspaper is apt to carry mention—sometimes casually—of some new right. They run the gamut from the right of workers to "toilet time" to the right of all adult [...]

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