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Power From the People: The Revolutionary Roots of the 10th Amendment

Power From the People: The Revolutionary Roots of the 10th Amendment

Thomas Jefferson called the 10th Amendment the "foundation of the Constitution," and for good reason too. It enshrines many of the radical principles that sparked the “real American Revolution” in ...
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Free and Independent: The Foreign Policy of Washington and Jefferson

Free and Independent: The Foreign Policy of Washington and Jefferson

Anxious to preserve their hard-won independence, Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson championed a foreign policy centered on avoiding "entangling alliances." They envisioned America pursuing peace, trade, and "friendship with ...
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Was Shays' Rebellion Overblown? The Debate Over the Constitution

Was Shays’ Rebellion Overblown? The Debate Over the Constitution

Did a "little rebellion" truly necessitate a whole new system of government? Or was Shays' Rebellion just a convenient and over-blown excuse to usher in a more powerful central government ...
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Magna Carta: Cornerstone of Liberty Across the Centuries

Magna Carta: Cornerstone of Liberty Across the Centuries

The Magna Carta may be centuries old, but its message remains as relevant as ever: No one is above the law, and everyone is entitled to the protection of their ...
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2nd Amendment: The Untold Truth Schools Don't Teach

2nd Amendment: The Untold Truth Schools Don’t Teach

to the founders, there were actually FOUR main reasons - or purposes - for the 2nd Amendment. While a lot of gun rights supporters and organizations often get 1, 2 ...
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Pursuit of Happiness: "We Cannot be Happy without Being Free"

Pursuit of Happiness: “We Cannot be Happy without Being Free”

The “pursuit of happiness” is a foundational principle enshrined in the Declaration of Independence. In the Founders’ view, this was inextricably linked to individual liberty and property rights ...
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Timely Lessons About Tyranny from the Father of the Constitution

Timely Lessons About Tyranny from the Father of the Constitution

These seven vital principles have been largely forgotten in recent years, obscured by the haze of a centralized government, a citizenry that no longer thinks analytically, and schools that don’t ...
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No Deal for Gun Control: How the American Revolutionaries Defied the Empire

No Deal for Gun Control: How the American Revolutionaries Defied the Empire

June 12, 1775 -  less than 2 months after Lexington and Concord and the “shot heard ‘round the world,” General Gage made an offer he felt the American Revolutionaries just ...
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The Pilgrim Code of 1636: English Charter, Christian Covenant, and Modern Constitution

The Pilgrim Code of 1636: English Charter, Christian Covenant, and Modern Constitution

May we never forget the faith of our Pilgrim Fathers and may we give thanks to them for their tenacity, their piety, and their zeal for the perpetuation of liberty ...
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Nullify the Fed from the Bottom Up: A Step by Step Approach

Nullify the Fed from the Bottom Up: A Step by Step Approach

There are several steps the states and people can take to support sound money. Each step builds on the others, and they don’t have to be done in any particular ...
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Free Speech on Trial: Jailed But Re-elected

Free Speech on Trial: Jailed But Re-elected

In the summer of 1798, amidst rising political tensions, the Federalist-controlled Congress passed the Sedition Act. This controversial law made it a crime to publish "false, scandalous, and malicious writing" ...
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From Nixon to Biden: How the US Turned Banks into Spy Networks

From Nixon to Biden: How the US Turned Banks into Spy Networks

This is part of the broader surveillance state that grows more sweeping and intrusive by the minute, and it undercuts the notion that financial surveillance is just to stop money ...

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