Category Archive: Founding Documents

Promote an understanding and value for the Nation's Founding Documents: The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and its Amendments

October 31 – News, Views, Issues & The Past

News, views, issues and history to promote conservative values, liberty, free markets and peace. Various perspectives, domestic and international, right-left, traditional-liberal are offered to challenge critical, deliberative thought on issues that influence the future of America, and the World.   QUOTE “This was the object of the Declaration of Independence. Not to find out new …

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“Introduction to the Constitution”

  If you have an interest in learning more about the United States Constitution, its history, nature and relevance to America today, see the following announcement regarding a webcast series starting September 15, featuring Congressman Paul Ryan, columnist Charles Krauthammer, and members of the Hillsdale College faculty, sponserd by Hillsdale College, Spring Arbor, Michigan.   …

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Restoring America’s Constitution, Liberties & Prosperity

Texas Republican Congressman Ron Paul, M.D. ‘Diagnosis Of America’s Health & Future’   Conservatives may not agree with a few of Texas Congressman Ron Paul’s political positions, but are compelled to champion the majority. Few politicians have spoke out so vigorously for so long on these important issues. Regardless of who assumes the presidency in …

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Declaration of Independence – An Expression Of The American Mind

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A good article at The American Spectator about the sentiments in the colonies 235 years ago regarding independence and two relatively unknown but great American statesmen and their role in helping America take that momentous step and move into the future. The two men were Roger Sherman of Connecticut and Robert R. Livingston of New …

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Inspiration For The U.S. Constitution – Magna Carta

In 1957 the American Bar Association acknowledged the debt American law and constitutionalism had to Magna Carta by erecting a monument at Runnymede.

    Over half a millennia, five hundred and seventy-two years before the U.S. Constitution was written in 1787, a document was wrought in England challenging the monarchy, establishing certain rights, liberties and protections for the barons and people of the nation and freedom for the Church. Born(e) of grievances and rebellion from a “combination …

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States Flex Sovereignty

Maybe it is not surprising to see impertinent independence rise in the Lone Star State, State Rep. Lois Kolkhorst has introduced a bill that directs her state’s attorney general to conduct an investigation and report to the Legislature of how international treaties and agreements might affect Texas law.

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