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Madison's Notes: Federal Convention of 1787: August 12

GERRY wished that in future the eligibility might be confined to Natives. Foreign powers will intermeddle in our affairs and spare no expense to influence them.

Madison’s Notes: Federal Convention of 1787: August 12

GERRY wished that in future the eligibility might be confined to Natives. Foreign powers will intermeddle in our affairs and spare no expense to influence them.

LC’s Healthcare Lawsuit on Fast-Track to Court of Appeals

Liberty University’s challenge to the healthcare law will now be heard by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals following today’s ruling by Judge Norman Moon.

EPA Celebrates 40th With “Environmental Movement”

The federal agency that recently launched a multi million-dollar “environmental justice” movement to help communities get green is celebrating its 40th birthday.

No Amnesty, No Dream Act

With two new versions of the original DREAM Act now on the table, it will be easier to perpetrate a great fraud on the American public.

Stealth Approach To Abortions For Veterans Looms

A bill which could lead to abortions for female veterans could come up for debate on the House floor as early as TODAY.

All the News The Times Wants You to Know

In a long career as a journalist, full time and freelance, I have sometimes said that I knew something was seriously wrong with The New York Times.

GOP Wants to Keep Worst Parts of MussoliniCare

Here’s some news to make your blood boil. Rep. Eric Cantor, soon to be second-in-command in the House, wants to keep two of the absolute worst provisions of ObamaCare.

Weapons For Civic Debauchery

The care of the indigent poor and the aged, of the sick and maimed, except those injured in wars, of the unemployed, was left to the States. - J. Reuben Clark Jr.

Then Said Mary Unto the Angel

Then said Mary unto the angel, How shall this be, seeing I know not a man? Source: Luke 1:34

Behold, The Lamb of God

And the angel said unto me: Behold the Lamb of God, yea, even the Son of the Eternal Father!

The Bourne Pronouncement

Free Enterprise Zone, The Freeman, Sandy Ikeda Two classic writings on the usefulness of war for government planning and two (perhaps three) current news...

American Minute — Samuel Langhorne Clemens

"The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" was his first popular story, written while in San Francisco.

Don’t Raise the Debt Ceiling!

As of November 7th, the total U.S. public debt outstanding reached an astonishing $13.7 trillion.

Democratic Thinker: The History of the Puritans: Preface, Vol. II

Facts are stubborn things, and will not bend to the humours and inclinations of artful and angry men. Daniel Neal

JBS Freedom Campaign Update: Opting Out

The JBS deplores the TSA and calls for its abolishment and transfer of the responsibility of security to the private market.

City Creates Alternate Banking System For Illegal Aliens

A major U.S. city is helping its undocumented aliens by creating an “alternative banking system” and giving them official government identification cards.

Lame Ducks Threaten Economic Recovery

As if the forcing of Obamacare was not enough, the lame duck session of Congress between now and December 31st has the potential to harm economic recovery still more.

No Sharia Law in U.S. Courts

On election day, 70% of Oklahoma voters passed a ballot initiative banning the use of Islamic Sharia law and international law in Oklahoma courts.

The Climate Mafia Gather in Cancun

On November 14, 1957, leaders of the American and other Mafia organizations gathered at the home of Joseph “Joe the Barber” Barbara in Apalachin, New York.