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America’s Founding Principles Can Save Us

We are being played, which is why the players suppress the principles that can save us, which are the founding principles of America. America’s founding principles are being suppressed because they are a direct threat to the most powerful people in America and the world. Americas founders did not themselves fully understand or articulate the […]

George Washington Certain About Illuminati Conspiracy

In  the following letter from George Washington at the Library of Congress, he expresses his certainty about the Illuminati conspiracy that was infiltrating America and the Free Masons. The Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources, 1745-1799. John C. Fitzpatrick, Editor. Mount Vernon, October 24, 1798. Revd Sir: I have your favor of […]

Our Founding Fathers’ Great Leap Forward

In 1776, America’s Founding Fathers made a great leap forward for all of humanity. America’s Founders, at great personal sacrifice, championed the liberal concepts of limited government, tolerance, equal application of the law, and individual freedom. The liberal concepts of the Founders bore their first fruit by promoting common white males from serfdom to full […]

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Communism vs. Free Markets at Plymouth Rock

I learned from an article entitled  Our Forefather’s Failure (at LibertyUnbound.com) that the colonies at Plymouth Rock and Jamestown tried both free market and communist systems—long before Karl Marx was born. The Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in December 1620, and in spite of help from the Native Americans, half of them died the first […]

A Tale of Regulation

At the request of one of my fans, I have spent a few minutes to list some preliminary thoughts on the following pro-regulation story Libertarians Are Dumb – Why We Eat Heinz Ketchup. According to the proponents of regulation, more than 100 years ago, only Heinz used fresh tomatoes in their ketchup, and all others […]

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The US Constitution

Articles of Confederation America declared independence in 1776, and the Constitution was ratified in 1788. In between, America was governed by the Articles of Confederation, and thus for all practical purposes, America had no central government, and yet we still managed to defeat the world’s dominant super power, but the founders felt that the national […]

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