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The amazing mind of Benjamin Franklin

On July 26, 1775, Benjamin Franklin became the first postmaster general of the United States, a position he held under the British Crown before the Revolution. Franklin’s public career began when he organized Pennsylvania’s first volunteer militia during threatened attacks from Spanish and French ships. Franklin then proposed a general fast, which was approved by […] …

Historian: Louisiana Dems ‘have forgotten their own history’

Democrats in Louisiana have caved to the political correctness of the modern age, just like Democrats in several other states have already done, suggests a prominent historian. The Louisiana Democratic Party has announced its annual Jefferson-Jackson dinner will no longer bear the names of Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson; this year’s event, set to be […] …

Pence breaks tie to advance Obamacare repeal

With a tie-breaking vote from Vice President Mike Pence, the U.S. Senate on Tuesday voted to advance a plan that could result in the repeal of Obamacare, the massively failing health-care system of mandates imposed on the nation by Democrats under President Obama. President Donald Trump, at the White House, immediately said the goal now is […] …

Trigger pulled on your right to carry a gun

Second Amendment advocates won a significant court battle Tuesday against the District of Columbia’s “good reason” requirements for gun carrying in the nation’s capital. A three-judge panel at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia issued a permanent injunction against enforcement of such a requirement in Washington, D.C., declaring by a 2-1 […] …

Girl declared ‘dead’ no longer dead, says neurosurgeon

In what undoubtedly would be a first in the medical world, a family has asked that a death certificate for their 13-year-old daughter be reversed, and a neurosurgeon is supporting their request. The case involves Jahi McMath, who suffered complications following a routine tonsillectomy in late 2013, and was declared brain dead. On life support, […] …

When the Government Sues to Undermine the Constitution

The federal government has spent the last two centuries-plus willfully ignoring the Constitution. With ever-increasing frequency and intensity, the Feds have drifted further and further from their charter. There is no longer even a pretense of pretending to care whether or not what DC wants the government to do – is an expressly enumerated Constitutional thing that the government is supposed to be doing. We | Read More »
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