‘Antifa’ radicals plan to desecrate Gettysburg graves

WASHINGTON – What do the “Antifa” radicals have in store for the Independence Day weekend at Gettysburg? The “anti-fascist” organization plans to burn both American and Confederate flags in town and to “find their local Confederate graves” to desecrate. That last stunt might be more difficult than they think. According to the experts at Gettysburg […] …

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Ben Franklin warned on seduction of political power

  The Constitutional Convention was in a deadlock over how large and small states could be represented equally. Some delegates left. Then, on June 28, 1787, 81-year-old Benjamin Franklin spoke and shortly after, the U.S. Constitution became a reality. Franklin stated: “Groping as it were in the dark to find political truth, and scarce able […] …

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Supreme Court decision means ‘pendulum is swinging back toward freedom’

Religious liberty activists are celebrating Monday, after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled decisively in favor of a Missouri church that sued the state, alleging it was wrongfully denied state grant money for a playground upgrade in violation of the Free-Exercise Clause of the First Amendment. The 7-2 decision in favor of the church included liberal […] …

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Supremes side with preschool in major church-state decision

The state of Missouri violated the First Amendment by refusing to allow a child care center to participate in a state-funded playground program solely because of its church affiliation, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 7-2 decision released Monday. “The [Missouri] department’s policy violated the rights of Trinity Lutheran under the Free Exercise Clause of the First […] …

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The U.N. began with such high hopes. What happened?

Franklin Roosevelt coined the name “United Nations” for the allied countries fighting together against the National Socialist Workers Party (Nazi) and their totalitarian axis powers. Speaking on Justice for War Crimes, March 24, 1944, Roosevelt explained the original goal of the United Nations involved protecting the Jews: “In one of the blackest crimes of all […] …

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Mindhacking alert over ‘merger of biological, machine intelligence’

Throughout all of human history, there has been one impenetrable fortress against tyranny – the human mind. “It’s the one thing they cannot do,” said Winston Smith in George Orwell’s “1984,” referring to the ability of governments or terrorists to manipulate human consciousness. But apparently, they could, new technology suggests. While the nightmarish vision of Orwell […] …

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1 U.S. territory jumps to head of line for homeschooling

In the United States, where homeschooling is universally allowed, although there are varying state regulations, Puerto Rico has jumped to top. The U.S. territory has adopted a law that makes the decision of parents to teach their children a “fundamental right.” The Home School Legal Defense Association, a U.S.-based advocate for homeschooling that works worldwide, lists the […] …

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Early presidents overwhelmingly preoccupied with 1 issue

Thomas Jefferson wrote to Mr. Hammond in 1821: “The germ of dissolution of our federal government is in … the federal judiciary; an irresponsible body … working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and a little tomorrow, and advancing its noiseless step like a thief, over the field of jurisdiction, […] …

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