Books: Our Republican Constitution: Securing the Liberty and Sovereignty of We the People.

Our Republican Constitution is an eye-opening self-defense for the rational American which offers historical enlightenment about America’s true origins.

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“Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!”

Presented at St. John’s Church, Richmond, Virginia March 23, 1775. By custom, Henry addressed himself to the Convention’s president, Peyton Randolph of Williamsburg. MR. PRESIDENT: No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as...

Why I Won’t Celebrate Canada Day This July

This year I will not celebrate Canada Day — as a matter of principle. I fully recognize Canada as being one of the best places to live in the world — but that relative assessment doesn’t justify the injustices perpetrated by our federal and...

Pirates of the Internet

For years, lawyers representing Silicon Valley were rightly emphasizing the importance of intellectual property rights. Such rights were the major issue in the final Uraguay round of GATT meetings. At that time, trade negotiators warned that American companies and...

Summer of Hypocrites

Summer is here, and again we awaken to the smell of magnolias, honeysuckle and hypocrisy. Anti-gunner Rosie O’Donnell certainly deserves whatever personal protection she deems necessary. She fears for her child’s safety and thus hired a bodyguard to...

Who Is The World Health Organization Trying To Fool?

On June 21st, the World Health Organization published The World Health Report 2000. The most remarkable fact about the report does not concern its results, but rather the underlying premises that guide the organization and that led to such results. The results of the...

Anthem Essay Contest Winners Named

Open to high school freshmen and sophomores, the Anthem essay contest required contestants to write on one of several topics dealing with the characters and themes in the novel. The contest is designed to promote critical thinking and writing skills. Essays are judged...

Hong Kong’s Contradictory Property Policies

Once again, the Hong Kong government has swung from manic to depressive over its property market. A few years ago, in an attempt to gain popularity with the poor, the government reacted to high property prices by promising more government housing programs and more...

Shays’ Rebellion and the Spirit of Freedom

In 1786 New England farmers, oppressed by taxation, launched a series of rebellions against state authorities. Beginning with popular protests at town meetings, the demonstrations spread to local courthouses and legislatures. The statehouse in Hew Hampshire was...