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Four Years of Obamacare: Early Warnings Come True

ROBERT E. MOFFIT, PH.D., HERITAGE FOUNDATION Abstract Four years after Congress passed the misnamed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, speculation on its...

An Oration Upon the Beauties of Liberty – John Allen

Called Unto Liberty, John Allen: 1773, Founding Era Sermons John Allen (fl. 1764–1774). For a time attributed to Isaac Skillman, but later identified by scholars...

Our affairs appear to be approaching to a great crisis

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, June 12, 1780 Messieurs Edes, An old Correspondent begs room for a few Words in your next. Formerly this great contest was carried...

Junius Americanus

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, October 31, 1771 BOSTON Octob 31 1771. Sir I Inclose a printed Copy of a Resolve of the Council of this province, whereby...

We are in a state of perfect despotism

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, September 27, 1771 SIR I am greatly indebted to you for your several Letters of . To let you know that I am...

The Feudal System In Its Perfection!

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, January 8, 1770 May it please your Excellency, In your speech, at the Opening of the present session2, your Excellency expressed your...

On Arbitrary Power Exercised By Britain Against The Colonies

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, July 31, 1771 TO ARTHUR LEE. BOSTON, July 31st, 1771. SIR,- Since I received your favour of the 28th of March, I have observed...

John Allen, an Oration Upon the Beauties of Liberty

Called Unto Liberty, John Allen: 1773, Founding Era Sermons John Allen (fl. 1764–1774). For a time attributed to Isaac Skillman, but later identified by scholars...

An Oration Upon the Beauties of Liberty: John Allen

James Allen's "An Oration" aimed at arbitrary power and urged readers to “Engrave the motto!—May it be thus: Liberty, Life, or Death!”

Patrick Henry and President Obama Share One Date in History For Opposite Reasons

On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed into law the largest expansion of the federal government since the New Deal. Ignoring the will of the people, twisting arms, threatening fellow Democrats, and conducting closed door meetings, the President pushed ahead with a healthcare law that will fund abortion, limit freedom, and bankrupt America. President Obama said he was not concerned about the process but about the end result. In other words, the end justifies the means.