Day: July 31, 2012

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Romney World Tour Better Spent in US Dismantling Empire and Fixing Debt

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - So Romney gallivanting across the globe, to me, is nothing more than a sop.  This is an homage to Bill Kristol and all of those decepticons over there, to think that we can remake the world in our own image.  They just need to see Governor Romney over there practicing remaking the world, which is why your question is a good one.  Why is […]

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Why Beat Up Lincoln? Because Rejecting His Divinity Leads Back to [r]epublicanism.

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Audio and Transcript - Lincoln, aided and abetted by other designing men, ended the spirit of ’76 as a functioning part of American political philosophy, if not the American political mantra, the raison d’être that many decided that breaking from the government of Great Britain was a good idea because the peoples of this country wanted to govern themselves and didn’t appreciate being ruled from on […]

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Why Not Rethink American Unions… Brad Birzer Has

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Audio and Transcript - If the U.S. did actually break up in or after 2012, I would expect some of this to be accurate, but not all of it.  Perhaps the entire eastern / northeastern corridor, starting in D.C. and working its way north / northeast might form one government (probably not a republic).  The southern states, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Missouri might form a republic.  […]

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This Day in Founder's History

This Day In Founders History – 31 July

[private FP-Yearly|FP-Monthly] If you're having problems playing the video, please download it, there may be an incompatibility with your browser. [/private] This Day In Founders History – July 31 On this day in 1790, the U.S. Patent Office issued the first patent to Samuel Hopkins for his process for making potash and pearl ashes, used in fertilizer. In 1792 on this day, the cornerstone was laid for the U.S. Mint […]

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Republicans: Acting Like Statists Since 1988 – Except When Actual Statists Have the White House

What would "conservatism" look like if "conservatives" from the past were actually consulted? Brion McClanahan and Clyde Wilson have the answer in "Forgotten Conservatives in American History" AGAIN: Incorporating the 2nd Amendment is what gives Congress the newfound power to "grab your guns" 16 year old Chinese girl smashes her own records, beats Ryan Lochte and sets a world record in swim event that we're supposed to believe is the […]

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