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First Principles: Good and Wise Government Is Dependent On Family

“[T]hat important and respectable, though small and sometimes neglected establishment, which is denominated a family…[The family is] the principle of the community; it is that seminary, on which the commonwealth, for its manners as well as its numbers, must ultimately … Continue reading

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First Principles: Religious Liberty

Yesterday was the National Day of Prayer.  Because of this I took a little time off to do just that.  There can be no more worthy a pursuit than to pray and meditate on the state of the United States … Continue reading

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First Principles

This post will serve to begin an exploration of the founding principles for the United States of America.  The purpose being to familiarize us all with the viewpoints and beliefs of our nation’s founding fathers. To start this whole thing … Continue reading

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