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The Founding Fathers of our limited government: Thomas Jefferson and the freedom of speech

The Founding Fathers of our limited government: Thomas Jefferson and the freedom of speech

By TIMOTHY SNOWBALL This is the fifth in a five-part series dedicated to exploring the lives, ideas, and contributions of the five individuals most directly responsible for the founding of the United States. Without the courageous actions of James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson, America would not be the country that it is today. […]

Wiping away our history as they build a New America

Wiping away our history as they build a New America

    By Timothy Bond We have been witnessing ‘reform’ on the political and social Right since about 2009. It affects the GOP and it is responsible for new divisions and expansions of existing divisions – FACTIONS on the Right. We use terms like “RINO” and we call each other names. It’s ugly but ‘reform’ […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Gun Culture’s Dirty Little Secret

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Gun Culture’s Dirty Little Secret

  by L. Neil Smith Does the United States Constitution mean what it says? Does it say what it means? Was it written as some kind of obscure code that can only be interpreted into English by individuals with special education and credentials? Or was it written as the “operating system” for a free society, by and for ordinary […]

The Individual on Trial

The Individual on Trial

  By Jon Rappoport THE SCENE: COURTROOM OF THE FUTURE A PROSECUTOR ADDRESSES THE JUDGE. THE DEFENDANT IS WAITING FOR THE VERDICT IN A JAIL CELL FAR FROM THE TRIAL. PROSECUTOR: Your Honor, I have a document written by the defendant. JUDGE: Why do you present it here? PROSECUTOR: Because it reeks of ideals which […]

His political rival took deadly aim and fatally shot him in a duel…

His political rival took deadly aim and fatally shot him in a duel…

American Minute with Bill Federer  His political rival took deadly aim and fatally shot him in a duel… He intentionally fired into the air, but his political rival, Vice-President Aaron Burr, took deadly aim and fatally shot him in a duel JULY 11, 1804. Alexander Hamilton was born in the West Indies on the Island […]

The Founders’ Word: Void

The Founders’ Word: Void

When it comes to limits of federal power under the Constitution, the view of many Founding Fathers fits under the same theme. That is, federal acts outside of the Constitution are null and void. Oliver Ellsworth, the Supreme Court’s third Chief Justice, put it this way during the ratification debates: “If the United States go […]

Thomas Jefferson Day

Thomas Jefferson Day

A tribute to one of the greatest Americans EVER Thomas Jefferson Day, April 13,  celebrates the birthday of Thomas Jefferson, who was the third President of the United States from 1801 to 1809, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, and one of the most influential Founding Fathers for his promotion of the […]

Behind the curtain of the Federal Reserve

Behind the curtain of the Federal Reserve

Kidz Corner By Tyler Bolsoni Have you ever heard of the Federal Reserve? A Congressional bill creating it  was passed in 1913 over Christmas Eve, and signed by President Woodrow Wilson. The creators of the Federal Reserve include J.P. MORGAN, the ROTHCHILD’s, ANDREW CARNEGIE, and more. The purpose is to control the money. People believe […]