Teach Your Children Well

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Updated August 7, 2013 Ask most individuals today and they will tell you that the government needs to do more forĀ educatingĀ the children. The problem is no matter how much money they take from the taxpayer or borrow from the banks, education in America is dying. Most of our founders did not have formal education. Yes, […]

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Protecting The Vote

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Someone asked me if I were going to hold an election, how would I go about making sure it was fair and open?  I thought the problem over and took the article ‘Who Would Have More Votes?‘ and the video in the article ‘A Beacon Of Light:  Take Back America‘ into consideration. I came up […]

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If Things Were Right

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In the vision of our founders as is demonstrated by the careful word crafting in the documents that we now call Founding Documents, the explicit limits to federal government are plain. In all of them the rights to all were equal, not that all are equal. One who works for wages or starts their own […]

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