On This Day in History: May 26, 

2019 – May God Bless and Save the United States of America – Our Constitutional Republic !

We the People and Our Constitutional Republic: Part 3

When our Constitutional Republic was formed there were NO political parties. It would be four years, 1791, before the fore-runner of the present day Democratic Party, the Democratic-Republican Party was formed by Thomas Jefferson. It would be approximately another thirty-nine years, 1830, before the Jacksonian

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We the People and Our Constitutional Republic

It was on 17 September 1787 that our Constitution was signed and sent to the several States for ratification. New Hampshire was the ninth State to ratify it making it the law of the land nine months later on 21 June 1788. This document established

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We the People, as citizens, tend to hold the incumbent presidential administration responsible for the loss of any American lives during their watch. We the People often add the numbers of those killed in various unpopular wars, those killed through inner-city violence or gang related

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Democratic Disgrace

Four days ago the Republican controlled Senate proposed a 250 page bill to provide phase three Cronovirus assistance to We the People and America’s small business community. It was widely touted that this bill needed to clear the Senate by today. So why did it

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The Democratic Chinese Fire Drill

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the

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A Brief History of the Two-Party Governance – Period IV

Period IV: The Election of 1896 and the Transition to Progressivism William McKinley, 25th President (R 1897-14 September 1901) Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President (R 14 September 1901-1909) William Howard Taft, 27th President (R 1909-1913) Woodrow Wilson, 28th President (D 1913-1921) Warren G Harding, 29th President

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