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SOVEREIGNTY resides in THE PEOPLE

American Minute with Bill Federer SEPTEMBER 16, 1620, according to the Gregorian Calendar, 102 passengers set sail on the Pilgrims' ship, Mayflower, with the blessings...

Thomas McIntyre Cooley died SEPTEMBER 12, 1898.

American Minute with Bill Federer The dean of the University of Michigan Law School was Thomas McIntyre Cooley, who died SEPTEMBER 12, 1898. Thomas M. Cooley...

Liberty is a gift of the beneficent Creator…

American Minute with Bill Federer He intentionally fired into the air, but his political rival, Vice-President Aaron Burr, took deadly aim and fatally shot him...

Andrew Jackson didn’t like the Federal Bank

American Minute with Bill Federer Economist Milton Friedman stated: "Concentrated power is not rendered harmless by the good intentions of those who create it." Over the objections...

‘Privacy’ is a broad, abstract

American Minute with Bill Federer Thomas Jefferson wrote to Mr. Hammond in 1821: "The germ of dissolution of our federal government is in ... the federal...

New Hampshire ratified Constitution JUNE 21, 1788

American Minute with Bill Federer George Washington dictated a "talk" to the Cherokee Nation, August 29, 1796: “Beloved Cherokees, The wise men of the United States...

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

American Minute with Bill Federer The LIBRARY OF CONGRESS is the largest library in the world with over 118 million items on more than 500...

Patriots’ Day

American Minute with Bill Federer The sun never set on the British Empire. It was the largest empire in world history. Out of nearly 200 countries...

Trump’s Syria Gambit Short on Consistency, Legality

BY BOB BARR Listening to Republicans on Capitol Hill gush over President Trump’s decision last week to send nearly 60 high-tech Tomahawk missiles to damage...

America’s Moral Purpose

American Minute with Bill Federer John Adams wrote to his cousin, Rev. Zabdiel Adams, June 21, 1776: "Statesmen, my dear Sir, may plan and speculate for...

James Madison born MAR 16, 1751

American Minute with Bill Federer Called the "Chief Architect of the Constitution," he wrote many of the Federalist Papers which helped convince States to ratify...

Defining and Combating the Shadow Government

JAY SEKULOW, ACLJ It is unmistakably clear that our federal government’s national security apparatus faces opposition from an ever-expanding and ever-ramifying network of individuals and...

Federalist Papers, No. 3, John Jay

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY: MAJOR WORKS November 3, 1787 Plea for Union Continued IT IS not a new observation that the people of any country (if, like the...

Federalist Papers, No. 2, John Jay

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY: MAJOR WORKS Wednesday, October 31, 1787 Plea for Union WHEN the people of America reflect that they are now called upon to decide a...

Jews are part of our history

American Minute with Bill Federer After seven centuries of Islamic occupation, which included episodes of forced conversions and massacres, Ferdinand and Isabella drove the last...

Agreement of the Settlers at Exeter in New Hampshire

THEY WERE BELIEVERS, COLONIAL NEW HAMPSHIRE March 16, 1680 Whereas it hath pleased the Lord to moue the heart of our Dread Soveraigne Charles, by the...

Federalist Papers, No. 1, Alexander Hamilton

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY: MAJOR WORKS To the People of the State of New York—October 27, 1787 Introduction AFTER an unequivocal experience of the inefficacy of the...

Protecting Religion from Government

American Minute with Bill Federer "We will use the freedoms of the Constitution to destroy the Constitution," was on a sign held up at a...

Dangers of Requiring a Loyalty Pledge

BY T.F. STERN While finishing off the day, going over entries on Facebook, there was one particular link which immediately caught my attention.  Someone had...

Minutemen, Militia and the 2nd Amendment

American Minute with Bill Federer In September of 1774, Dr. Joseph Warren wrote the Suffolk Resolves. British statesman Edmund Burke cited the Suffolk Resolves as a...