On This Day in History: January 23, 

1933 – 20th Amendment of the Constitution ratified changing Inauguration Day for the President from 4 March to 20 January, 1964 – 24th Amendment of the Constitution ratified barring poll taxes for federal elections, 1968 – USS Pueblo and 83-man crew seized by North Korea in the Sea of Japan.

Law and Order v Anarchy

Our Founding Fathers gave us a Constitutional Republic. A nation based upon law for We the People, the rulers, and our elected representatives, the servants. The supreme law of the land is our 1787 Constitution, as amended. We the People gained our Bill of Rights

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The Ten Cannots and the Federal Government

It was in 1916, just three years after the ratification of the Sixteenth Amendment on the direct Income Tax, that a Presbyterian Minister, William J. H. Boetcker, published his oft quoted Ten Cannots, which are usually erroneously attributed to Abraham Lincoln. These maxims should have

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Iraqi Gratitude

The scenes outside the American Embassy in Bagdad beg a question. Why should we spend another dollar in Iraq if this is the thanks we as a nation receive? It is contrary to international law for a host nation not to defend the embassy of

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Political Racism and the Three Plantations

Webster defines Racism as: A belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race. A doctrine or political program based on the assumption of racism and designed to execute its

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