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L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Several Reasons I Am Not A Conservative

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Several Reasons I Am Not A Conservative

  By L. Neil Smith   Over the past few weeks, I have experienced a couple of interesting e-mail phenomena. First, while there never seems to be an end to generous offers concerning reverse mortgages, dubious imaginary currencies, or enhancing my sexual organs, fewer and fewer of my messages are personal, i.e., specifically directed at me. At the […]

Is America a Christian Nation or not?

Is America a Christian Nation or not?

. . By George Miller When we publish something that someone wrote about America being a Christian nation, we sometimes get both fan mail and criticism. The fans, of course, enthusiastically agree. The critics often claim that the USA is not a Christian nation, that the Declaration of Independence no longer applies, the Constitution doesn’t […]

The most radical document of its day

The most radical document of its day

In Congress, July 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the […]

What we celebrate on 4th of July

What we celebrate on 4th of July

By George Miller 239 years ago Monday, our forefathers did an incredibly bold, brave and decisive thing.  They actually broke away from and took on the most powerful country on earth, violating many of its laws, including treason, to do so.  If you know American history, you would also know that this was not impetuous, sudden, rash or ill-thought […]

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 […]

What has become of the union? Greatest threat to U.S. Constitution now comes from within

What has become of the union? Greatest threat to U.S. Constitution now comes from within

 By Alan Keyes, November 16, 2015 The Constitution of the United States directs that the president of the United States “shall from time to time give to the Congress information of the state of the union …” These days, we take it for granted that this has to do with detailing the various causes that affect, for […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

Cartoonist Chip Bok: DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

Declaration of Independence: Still in effect

Declaration of Independence: Still in effect

      By George Miller The Declaration of Independence has never been rescinded and is STILL ready for use against tyranny- foreign or domestic, with only minor wording changes needed, if need be. Celebrate our independence this week, but jealously guard it against infringement always. Original text of the Declaration follows. It is the […]

Kids Corner: The Declaration of Independence

Kids Corner: The Declaration of Independence

By Tyler Bolsoni  July, link 2013 Let’s look at the Declaration of Independence. The first paragraph is about separating from England.   Back then the government picked your religion.  The second paragraph states that God gave us  certain rights that can never be taken away.  These rights should be secured by government.  If the government stands […]

Viewpoint: Fourth of July 2013

Viewpoint:  Fourth of July 2013

By George Miller July 4, diagnosis 2013 It’s been a major national holiday, story for centuries now. But, site what is its significance? It’s not just about fireworks (Bombs Bursting in Air), barbecue and vacations. It’s really to celebrate- but also contemplate- our Founders’ courage and resolve in determining that their living situation had grown intolerable and […]