george mason

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Does Your Vote Actually Matter?

What did Mason say about the Constitution? Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "Remember we started this whole conversation at the top of the program today with what?  A discussion of what?  Oligarchy.  There is no more democracy; there’s just oligarchy, meaning your vote doesn’t matter.  I want to reiterate this point as many times as I am able to today.  The authors conclude through empirical data, your, my, your […]

todayMay 12, 2016 2

Pile Of Prep

Veritas et Sapientia – Founding Father George Mason Was Correct, The Constitution Produced Oppression

Mandeville, LA - [Editor's Note: Please consider viewing my film The Spirit of '76 for an animated version of this speech] from delegate George Mason] “Objections to the Constitution of Government formed by the Convention." “There is no declaration of rights; and the laws of the general government being paramount to the laws and constitutions of the several States, the declarations of rights in the separate States are no security. Nor […]

todayMay 3, 2016 4

Liberty Institute

Gov. Brownback Claims Toting Guns in Public Is A “Constitutional Right”, Too Bad He Didn’t Explain

[note, this publication is dedicated to all of the "you had a good show until you revealed you were Catholic and Stopped covering history and the Constitution-Midder Church".] Mandeville, LA - NRA boosters and DeceptiCONS will be chortling about Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signing a bill that will allow concealed carrying of guns without any permits. The bill is hailed a "second amendment victory" because it legalizes "constitutional carry". If only […]

todayNovember 22, 2015 11

Transcripts

The Constitution Was Not Made For Big Business Treaties

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "I haven’t had occasion to talk very much about the TPP because I don’t know very much about the inner workings and the details of it.  What I have heard, and what little I have read about it, it smells.  From a distance, it stinks.  It stinks precisely because of the suspects that are involved in making this particular link of sausage."  Check out […]

todayOctober 26, 2015 2

Project '76

Independence: Virginia Defied George III Before The Declaration & Elected Patrick Henry Governor

Mandeville, LA - (Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on 1 July, 2013) On Saturday, 29 June, 1776 the VA Convention, on the 3rd vote, gave its approbation to the Constitution for the Commonwealth of VA and Independence, days before Congress jointly acted. That same day, newly elected delegates to its first Assembly, voted Patrick Henry as the first governor of VA. Previously, during the debate over VA's soon to […]

todayMay 28, 2015 1

Daily Clip

The ChiComs Don’t Justify The Behemoth Military Industrial Complex

The ChiComs Don't Justify The Behemoth Military Industrial Complex. Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "However, I also have read just a little bit of history, not much.  Maybe you’ve heard of it, perhaps.  I seem to recall – I had to go look this up – that before they were Chicoms, they were Chi dynasties.  The dynasties go back a long way.  2,100 BC is the Xia dynasty.  1,600 BC […]

todayMarch 10, 2015 6

Interviews

Kevin Gutzman – 1787 Constitution Convention, Federalists Lied

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – In the same hall, eleven years later, men are meeting to discuss the new plan of government, the Virginia Plan as it’s known.  Today is the 19th, so we’re almost three weeks into the discussion over James Madison’s Virginia Plan as offered by Edmund Randolph.  It’s around about this time that the New York delegation has about had it with little Jimmy Madison.  They’re […]

todayJune 19, 2014 5

Interviews

Kevin Gutzman – 1776 VA Constitution, Independence Day

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – The greatest revolution among the 13 colonies was not the one that was taking place in Philadelphia in Independence Hall.  It was actually taking place in Williamsburg.  This was the erection of or the composition of the first state constitution that a free people, or people who had acquired freedom, had ever elected to, as their first act, to put together so that they […]

todayJune 19, 2014 2

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