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Clarence B. Carson

Of Rights and Responsibilities, by Clarence Carson


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‘Liberty Letters’

John Adams: Party of One—Man of God

John Adams: Party of One—Man of God

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Editor's Note: This book review was previously published in 2005 at NewsMax.com and elsewhere on the Net. It wasn't too many months ago when David McCullough won a Pulitzer for his biography on John Adams. And so maybe it wasn't the best of timing that on McCullough's prize winning heels – hot off the [...]

Justice Joseph Story on Original Intent and Religious Freedom

Justice Joseph Story on Original Intent and Religious Freedom

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Justice Joseph Story served as a Supreme Court Justice from 1811 through 1845. His Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States (first published in 1833) was required reading in U.S. law schools for over a century, being a cornerstone of early American jurisprudence. As such, it was and still is a [...]

Some Men are Not for Sale—Samuel Adams

Some Men are Not for Sale—Samuel Adams

Background of the American Revolution Samuel Adams, The Father of the American Revolution and a staunch Puritan until his death, displays, prior to the Revolutionary War, one of the characteristic traits of those Puritans. It is said that one of the reasons given for calling Samuel Adams “The Last of the Puritans,” was the fact that he, [...]

Patrick Henry—May 29, 1736

Patrick Henry—May 29, 1736

Patrick Henry—Voice of the American Revolution   Patrick Henry. May 29, 1736 – June 6, 1799. Bold Language of Patrick Henry. ————— WHEN Patrick Henry, who gave the first impulse to the ball of the American revolution, introduced his celebrated resolution on the stamp act into the House of Burgesses, of Virginia, May, [...]

Young Men Think Old Men Are Fools

Young Men Think Old Men Are Fools

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL George Chapman observed, in 1605, “Young men think old men are fools.” So do American progressives young and old. They are the sort to daily spit into the wind of “all past historical experience” demanding the abandonment of everything American—especially our “horse and buggy” Constitution and [...]

Samuel Adams On “The Only True Basis of All Government”

Samuel Adams On “The Only True Basis of All Government”

THEY WERE BELIEVERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Writing in the Boston Gazette on December 19, 1768, Samuel Adams declared, what every school in America once in unison declared with him (and the rest of America's Founders) that "The only true basis of all government" is:  "the laws of God and nature. -For government is an ordinance of Heaven - designed [...]

Rebels They Were Not! – Part 4 – Nor Commies Either …

Rebels They Were Not! – Part 4 – Nor Commies Either …

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Editor's Note: Read "Rebels They Were Not" Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 If you haven't stepped inside a college classroom of late, you ought to. There you will see your taxes doing some of their "best" work; there you will discover whence cometh the appellation "rebel" so graciously attached to our [...]

Rebels They Were Not! – Part 3 – Jefferson On Rebellion

Rebels They Were Not! – Part 3 – Jefferson On Rebellion

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Editor’s Note: Read Part 1, & Part 2 Not every person who calls himself "patriot" deserves the badge he or she so proudly parades in front of his fellow man. Some so-called patriots might more accurately be classed among the misdirected and ill informed, the impatient and the unenduring, or worse than [...]

Rebels They Were Not! – Part 2

Rebels They Were Not! – Part 2

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Editor's Note: Read Part 1 Were the Founders rebels, or were they upholders of the law? American Founder, John Adams, answers the question, "Rebels or Not?" In Part 1, brought to the bar were Chatham, Smith, Burke, Dunning and Wilkes - four of England's leading statesmen of 1775 - to testify that it was not [...]

Rebels They Were Not!

Rebels They Were Not!

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL William Pitt (Lord Chatham), one of several British Statesmen that assessed the American Revolution for what it really was, an attempt to uphold the law, not revolt against it. Aldolf Hitler taught: "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it" Maybe you've heard this [...]

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