The Founding Fathers designed the Constitution to prevent political monopolies; thus ensuring individual liberty and justice for all.

"The diffusion of power - horizontally among the three separate branches (Republicanism) of the federal government, and vertically in the allocation of power between the central government and the states (Federalism) - the Constitution's Framers devised a structure of government strong enough to ensure the nation's future strength and prosperity but without sufficient power to threaten the liberty of the people.” - Edwin Meese

The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government, lest it come to dominate our lives and interests. - Patrick Henry

It is the duty of the Patriot to protect his country from its government. - Thomas Paine

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Thomas Sowell - The Politics Of Hopelessness

Thomas Sowell - Race, Poverty & Intellectuals

Thomas Sowell - Fallacies of Race

The Devil Went Down To Washington

... The Day The Freedom Died

Al Gore sings "Ball of Fire" by Paul Shanklin

Race and Beyond: The Media’s Stereotypical Portrayals of Race

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Media Portrayals of Black Youths Contribute to Racial Tension

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Media is much to blame for negative stereotypes about African American men, says UC Berkeley journalism professor

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Race-baiting locusts from Hell

Like the race-baiting locusts from Hell they are, the mainstream media descended on Ferguson, Missouri, to exploit a vacuum of information with rabid speculation intended to foment violence and divide along racial lines. One area where the media did fail to divide, though, was how black and white residents of St. Louis view the media. Both agree the media made things worse.

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Blog: Al Gore vs. Reality on Planetary Ice Caps and Global Warming

Blog: Al Gore vs. Reality on Planetary Ice Caps and Global Warming