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Civil Disobedience Demanded For Freedom

Civil Disobedience Demanded For Freedom

    By Don Jans   The uniqueness of the United States was that the people would be the sovereign and the government would be the servant. The government would not have the power to tell the people how they must live their lives or how they must think. In current times the United States […]

Americans Are The Most Dangerous People To The American Left

Americans Are The Most Dangerous People To The American Left

    By Don Jans       The United States founders were idealists. They believed that government was but a necessary evil and that less government was always better government. They believed that rights and liberties came from God and not from government. They understood that mankind is fickle and being such, the majority […]

ESSAY: The Bad And The Very Bad

ESSAY: The Bad And The Very Bad

By Daniel Klein “The entire book that you are going to read,” wrote Alexis de Tocqueville in the introduction to Democracy in America (1835), “was written under the pressure of a sort of religious terror in the author’s soul, produced by the sight of this irresistible revolution.” This religious terror haunts the two volumes of Democracy in America. […]