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Liberty has never come from the government. Liberty has always come from the subjects of the government. The history of liberty is a history of resistance. The history of liberty is a history of the limitation of governmental power, not the increase of it. -- Woodrow Wilson, speech at New York Press Club (9 September 1912), in The papers of Woodrow Wilson, 25:124 (from here)
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Because of the ongoing debate in Richmond, Fauquier and Prince William Counties have put their planning on hold (here) for the Buckland/Gainesville bypass. Moreover our own Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) is not happy with what they have thus far … Continue reading
On his show today, Rush Limbaugh presented clear evidence that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton‘s changing positions on Iraq bear close examination. What follows is some reference material that Limbaugh had links to from his web site.
This post has only one purpose, and that purpose is to note that Faisal Gill has respectable and eloquent defenders. The reason this post is needed, if at all, is because the blog attacks on Gill have continued. These attacks … Continue reading
In their 1997 bestseller, The Fourth Turning, William Strauss and Neil Howe spoke of the cycles of history. The authors observed that every fourth generation “or turning” coincided with a period of intense conflict, and that that conflict often ended … Continue reading
This is the final installment on a four-part essay that examines why conservatives have trouble getting elected and remaining true to their conservative principles. Here are the four parts: Societal Succession and the Loss of Frontier Virtues The Organized Political … Continue reading