No one doubts that our understanding of historical figures may need to be revisited from time to time. But academic specialists have been known to overreach. To portray a historical figure in a light exactly opposed to the popular impression and to how all other scholars have viewed him is far more exciting than repeating [...]
The Constitution is there. It can still be known and understood by honest citizens.
two letters answers this question. N.O. Tom Woods explains
When bypassing those lesser-known founders, we view the past through a distorted lens. Troy Kickler gives us a view of Hugh Williamson…
We Americans have become so conditioned to accept whatever our government throws at us in the name of â€œsafetyâ€ that we have completely forgotten what it is to live free and be secure in our persons.
Tom Paine: “Society in every state is a blessing, but Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one”
Tom Paine: â€œWe have it in our power to begin the world over againâ€
Modern American’s seem to have lost sight of essential truths clear to the country’s founders more than 200 years ago.
Were the Framers â€œnationalistsâ€ who all along, despite their own words to the contrary, secretly intended to establish in the original Constitution a federal leviathan?
Isn’t it incredible that, despite all the historical evidence to the contrary, that anyone can still believe that the founders would’ve fought a long, cruel, bloody war just to exchange one central, overpowering government for another?
When Jefferson ran for president in 1800, he made it clear that he supported strict construction, original intent jurisprudence, federalism, and statesâ€™ rights