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    Tag: federalism

    Defining Liberty... What it is and is NOT

    By pauldpeterson, Section News
    Posted on Fri Apr 19, 2013 at 02:43:28 PM EST
    Tags: citizenship, liberty, freedom, leftists, americanism, first principles, constitution, federalism, republic, treason (all tags)

    Many people throw around the term including its synonym, Freedom, but do they really know what they're saying? Do those who continue to defend and espouse it (though it is the Law of the Land) really have the understanding of the masses when they talk about it, when they defend it?

    (5 comments, 1488 words in story) Full Story

    Fred Thompson vs. "RINO's", Living up to John Adams!

    By hangmann747, Section News
    Posted on Wed Oct 21, 2009 at 07:16:00 AM EST
    Tags: Declaration of Independence, Delineated Powers, Federalism, First Priciples, Founding Fathers, Fred thompson, Fred's endorsements, Jonh Adams, Republican, Republican Vote, US Constitution (all tags)

    Hello All,

    John Adams, our second president & major contributor and signer of The Declaration of Independence, said, "Our Constitution is wholly inadequate to the government of any other then a moral and religious people."

    This warning says at it's heart that if the people of our country or it's legislators do not have high moral standards the Constitution does not have the regulations in it to guard against immoral corruption.  The founders so believed in "We The People" they wrote the Constitution so they would have the true power in this great nation.  They also "Banked" in that just and moral heart that the people had at that time.  

    Without that just and moral heart guiding your decisions, an immoral person will steer away from the Constitutions intentions and drag everyone else with them.  Thus re-writing the Constitution without actually changing it's words.

    (5 comments, 579 words in story) Full Story

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