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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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The Unvarnished Truth about Un-American TSA

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America pay attention – the most successful change and conditioning takes place incrementally. Gene Healy vice president at the Cato Institute offers a good analysis of the conditioning taking place in America as millions of people are methodically subjected to the pat-downs and controls of TSA. The Spirit of American Exceptionalism is being slowly eroded …

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