Monthly Archives: September 2015

U.S. Constitution: Four pages that changed the world

September 20, 2015
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U.S. Constitution: Four pages that changed the world

At only 4 pages it can be read in less than half an hour, yet the depth and breadth of its impact on the human condition is immeasurable.  228 years ago this past Thursday the United States Constitution was approved by state delegates and sent forth from Philadelphia for ratification by their respective state legislatures. …

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Senate Democrats cowardice dishonors all

September 13, 2015
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Senate Democrats cowardice dishonors all

If you were in kindergarten that day you have already had your high school graduation. If you were born that day, you are anticipating your driver’s learning permit. If you were older than either on that day, you know exactly where you were when you were first exposed to the horror that was New York…

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America’s silent majority, silent no mas

September 6, 2015
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America’s silent majority, silent no mas

They rise with the sun, some even before. In the city they catch the first leg of a four transfer cross town commute to hold on to that must have job. In the country they’re feeding the livestock, milking the cows or fueling the machinery that feeds the world. In kitchens north to south, east…

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