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Constitution
Why the Pledge of Allegiance Is Un-American

Source: Foundation for Economic Education August 15, 2018 Tom Mullen An Atlanta, Georgia, charter school announced last week its intention to discontinue the practice of having students stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance during its schoolwide morning meetings at the beginning of each school day, opting to allow students …

Constitution
Constitutional Conventions: What Can 1787 Teach About 2016?

The New American Written by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. On May 25, 1787 the so-called “federal convention” began in Philadelphia, some two weeks after it was scheduled to start. Present at that august meeting were many of the leading lights of the American cause of liberty: George Washington, James Madison, …

Constitution
Are all Laws Necessary?

By Matt Shipley (Bio and Archives)  Thursday, May 9, 2013 If anyone were to take the time to read the Federal Register of Laws, in which all laws passed by Congress are recorded since its first session in 1789, and they read an average of 700 pages per week, it would take …