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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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UPDATE: In addition to the video below, there are websites that tell the story of the North Platte Canteen. nebraskastudies.org (here) provides more details about how the canteen got its start and how it operated. NPR interviews an author who … Continue reading
The Manassas Tea Party‘s Defend the Constitution Rally went off as scheduled Friday evening in downtown Manassas, Virginia. As usual, news coverage was spotty. Apparently, hundreds of well-behaved people rallying to defend their country from a government that refuses to be constrained by the Constitution … Continue reading
This coming November we will have the opportunity to replace all the members of the House of Representatives and one third of the members of the Senate. We also know that the dominant party, the Democratic Party, will not be able to … Continue reading
Since I have Internet access at work, I use the Internet to monitor the weather. When I expect rain, I check the weather radar. Since I often go for a walk after work, I have a practical interest in this matter. … Continue reading
Spin is a word we hear frequently, but what is it? In a A Sack of Spin, Robin Dembroff at The Evangelical Outpost illustrates how writers use word choices to sway our understanding. The topic is as controversial as it gets, abortion.