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Founding Father John Taylor Clip

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What It Meant To Be A Founding Father And [r]epublican

Mandeville, LA –This Clip of The Day was originally aired and published on Apr 10,2014 and is part of the Founders Pass Flashback Collection. Exclusive Transcript – "Taylor writes a series of letters to this Thomas Ritchie guy.  They get published in a pamphlet that is published under the title “Spirit of seventy-six.”  I am not kidding you.  If you’ve ever wondered why I named my movie about the Constitution’s […]

todayJuly 16, 2015 7

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Yankee Northerner Timothy Pickering Supported Secession Of The North

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Pickering sees as a solution that the Northern way of life, in order to be preserved, must separate from the Southern. How inconvenient is that statement!? The Northern way of life is in jeopardy by the Democrats of the aristocratic South, as he called them. This, of course, after what should be celebrated and enjoyed by every American as the greatest revolution in the […]

todayOctober 16, 2013 3

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Interview With Bill Kauffman On Copperhead, The War Of Northern Aggression, Secession And More

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – The only line that concerns me right now is occupied by the one and only Bill Kauffman, who is the screenwriter for the great new film Copperhead playing in theaters right now in limited release. I’m sure it will make it to a theater near you and certainly to a DVD Player near you. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…

todayJuly 2, 2013 2

This Day in Founder's History

This Day in Founders History – 3 August

[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 – 3 August On this day in 1807, the trial of Aaron Burr began. Burr was charged with treason and arraigned in Richmond, Virginia. Nearly a month later, Burr was acquitted and charged with a misdemeanor charge, but again was acquitted. In 1784 on […]

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