Our Founding Principles  

This ongoing examination into what influenced the United States of America to become a nation of such profound greatness is a group effort. Please join us.

An amendment to replace the States' influence in the federal government since the 17th Amendment was adopted.
The United States Constitution, in Article V, allows for such remedy to bring the Federal government more into compliance of the vision of our Founding Fathers, relative to innate needs of citizenry.
North Carolina will be challenged to support a convention of states to amend the U.S. constitution. You need to understand both side of this issue.
Mark Levin, who wrote an excellent book "The Liberty Amendments" to urge states to call for an Article V Convention to propose constitutional amendments to restore the federal government back to some sort of constitutional limits, calls Nullifiers "kooks."
To know your Constitution - questions for Constitution Day (to learn about the Constitution).
We talk a lot today about how the Constitution no longer means what it used to and it no longer protects individual freedom and liberty as it used to.
Considering that the foundation of government in our country is based on the Constitution, wouldn't it make more sense to teach lawyers how best to preserve its integrity rather than inspire them to help dismantle it?
On Thursday, the 21st of June, you are called to attend the U.S. Constitution Seminar taught by Dr. Charles Taylor. The cost of the teaching materials is $5.00, and the benefits derived from this experience will last a lifetime.
It is a good thing the doctrines of nullification and interposition are being revived. Perhaps it's the urgency of the constitutional crisis we face that has made the doctrines so appealing and sensible.
Our politicians have become addicted to O.P.M. (pronounced opium). They have realized the best way to feed their O.P.M. addiction is to become an O.P.M dealer thereby addicting millions of others.
Adam Christopher Simpkins, 26, of 301 Washington St., Washington, NC, was sentenced April 29 in United States District Court for Possession of Firearm by Felon.
Calvin Coolidge once said: "To live under the American Constitution is the greatest political privilege that was ever accorded to the human race."
There are many people who overlook the brilliance of the US Constitution. They argue that it is outdated and unfit to adequately govern such a modern nation as ours in the 21st century.
Young adults often wonder what their rights are in the public school system with respect to religion.
Our President has announced worldwide that the United States is the largest Muslim nation. We are at the verge of building a magnificent mosque at Ground Zero as a symbol of Islam's conquest.
The Conservative Republican Club hosted a very dynamic speaker in Dr. Greg Brannon from Cary who is a real Patriot. He is a practicing OB/Gyn doctor.
The Beaufort County Committee for Constitutional Studies will hold a Free Seminar on Saturday, January 8th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Harvest Church in Washington.
Scholars view the Constitution from 2 viewpoints: Some see the Constitution as an unchanging document; and others see the Constitution as a "Living Document."
This 6th installment in Diane Rufino's series examining Our Founding Principles considers the many clauses of the U.S. Constitution.
This is install considers: the the first ten in the Bill of Rights, an overview of the Constitution, and then the remaining seventeen of the Bill of Rights.
In this 4th segment of Diane Rufino's examination of our Founding Principles, she examines: Compact Federalism, the Federalist Farmer andAlexis de Tocqueville.
The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people; It is an instrument for the people to restrain the government.
The term “Founding Fathers” of the United States includes many great and courageous and wisely forward-thinking men.

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