Monthly Archives: September 2014

On War

Postulate Each war in which the united states have played a part has differed from the ones previous in several ways: the strategies and tactics of the last war have not applied the military has not been prepared for the … Continue reading

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The NC Constitution: A Relic Of “Reconstruction” Oppression

Nearly 150 years after the end of the War of Northern Aggression, North Carolina’s constitution — in spite of subsequent revisions — still bears the mark of Northern occupancy of the Tar Heel State. More to the point, clauses of … Continue reading

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Madison’s ‘child’ was nearly stillborn

James Madison, often referred to as the “father of the constitution”, nearly killed that child in birthingĀ it. His insistence on three key components of the “Virginia plan” (1) brought the convention to the brink of dissolution. Only Roger Sherman’s alternate … Continue reading

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