By Eli Holliday, New Generation Voters
June 15, 2018
“Vote for Trump if you want nuclear war!” a major criticism of Donald Trump during his candidacy. Many, particularly on the left, portrayed him as a bumbling buffoon that would trip over the nuclear launch button and make a laughing stock out of America; yet Obama’s apology tour didn’t seem to be a mockery of America to them. However, in light of President Trump and Kim Jong-Un’s meeting, do these qualms against Trump still have merit?
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-Caesar Rodney was born in October 1728 and was the eldest of eight children. At the age of 17, though, Rodney’s father died and his guardianship was handed over to the Delaware Orphan’s Court.
-Rodney began his education at age thirteen and ended at the age of seventeen, when his father died. He attended the Latin School in Philadelphia.
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There is no danger more malicious or more egregious to the stability of a nation than the undermining of its historical foundations to satisfy political ends. Indeed, as universities and government institutions venture to wipe out any remnant of American history giving credence to the work of the Framers from the minds of the next generation, one can question (as I did) what our history will be replaced with. Do we leave our foundations now suspended in a perpetual state of made-up progressive euphoria? Continue reading “GW: The Name of Washington and The Dangers of Revisionist History”
Greetings Everyone! Today we are going to look at clauses two and three in Article One, Section Nine of our Constitution. They read;
“The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.”
“No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.”
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