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Why It’s Worse Than It Looks and Why We The People...

All that Power cares about is keeping it for themselves and time is NOW for We The People to be The Boss!

Remember Minuteman Isaac Davis

Today, April 19, 2012 is the 237th anniversary of the first shots fired in the American Revolution. Isaac Davis was a husband and father of four who took a musket ball to the heart on that fateful day in Massachusetts in 1775.

THE JEFFERSON BIBLE: A Rational Christianity and Earth Day 2012

From 1904 until 1950, facsimile copies of “THE JEFFERSON BIBLE: The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth Extracted Textually from the Gospels in Greek, Latin, French and English” were distributed to every newly elected member of the Senate on the very day they swore their oath of office.

Happy Birthday Thomas Paine!

"I have always regarded Paine as one of the greatest of all Americans. Never have we had a sounder intelligence in this republic . . .

Working It: A Review of Back to Work

Bill Clinton’s latest book illuminates the Tea Party’s anti-government agenda and offers common-sense arguments for why America needs a strong national government. As a candidate of conscience for US House of Representatives I offer more.

Were America's Founders Altruistic Patriots?

On this 4th of July we need to reflect on important ideas.

Holy Horde vs Cabala Cabal

Cabala is the signal and signature of the Cabal. Without their Cabala, there can be no Cabal. When it is exposed they are exposed, and they must scurry like cockroaches when the lights are turned on. Their disconnection of the words Cabala and Cabal by changing Cabala to Kabbalah is one of their key kulturkampf achievements, right up there with turning BC into BCE.

Holiday Message from VA Secretary Eric Shinseki

From Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki—A Christmas Message from Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki WASHINGTON -- The second year of our...

The Faith Of America’s Founders On Trial

Many Christians are repeatedly told by their pastors, teachers, and church leaders that America was founded as a Christian nation. This assertion would not be so bad if it were confined to the arrival of the Puritans at Plymouth and the early development of the new world. If that were the case, it would be an accurate statement, in this writer’s opinion.