On This Day in History: December 01, 

1660 – First Navigation Act passed by the British Parliament to regulate colonial commerce to suit English needs. 1955 – Rosa Parks refuses to give up her seat to a white man on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama.

MIDTERM ELECTIONS

It is less than 90 days until the Midterm Elections on 8 November. The first defense to our constitution and the Constitutional Republic it established is the Ballot Box. If you are a citizen of the United States and over 18 years old and do

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Peace and Unity Begins with Every American

We the People need to come together in UNITY if our Constitutional Republic is to be saved from wrack and ruin. There is circulating on the Internet and Social Media that the Republican Trumpers should treat President-Elect Biden as nastily and disrespectfully as President Trump

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Concerning a Land Choice Above All Other Lands

It is the year of our Lord Two Thousand Twenty and of the United States of America the Two Hundred Forty-fourth We the People are in a state of awful wickedness, oligarchs fill the government— having usurped the power and authority of the land from

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For All Biden Supporters

By Robert Allen To those of you who voted for Biden. You had better own it for the next four years if he wins (its looking like he may). I don’t want to hear you complain: • About your taxes going up or gas prices

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2020 Election Reflections

It appears from yesterday’s election that We the People are divided about 50 – 50 between urban and rural areas. The stereotypical “divisions” of the two major parties has once again been turned-on-its-head to the dismay of the media and pollsters. It also appears that

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Bless My Homeland Forever

As I reflect upon the seventy-five years of my life and the most consequential election of my lifetime tomorrow, how I long for the America of my boyhood. An America where We the People believed in our national motto “In God We Trust.” An America

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The Battle for the Soul of America

It was in January 1962 that I swore an oath that I would support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; and that I would bear true faith and allegiance to the same. So help me God. Nothing

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On Redistribution of Wealth

Congratulations! You have been born into this life and as a consequence you have been enrolled in the University of Hard Knocks. A required course in your curriculum for a Bachelors Degree in Common Sense is Economics. You attend class zealously working much harder than

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ON THE PANDEMIC

According to the Wall Street Journal: Mr. Biden is “promising a better virus strategy, which would be wonderful if he had one. But the virus plan he’s pushing is little different on the substance than what the Trump Administration is already doing.” Mr. Biden promises

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On the Electoral College

The United States was formed as a Union of thirteen (now fifty) separate States. The Statesmen, who met in Philadelphia from May 14 to September 17, 1787, gave We the People the best form of government ever known to man. The Committee of the Whole

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