De Tocqueville

19th century French visitor to these shores, author of “Democracy in America,” still providing one of the most penetrating, comprehensive description of the essential America: “I confess that in America I saw more than America; I sought the image of democracy itself, with its inclinations, its character, its prejudices, and its passions, in order to learn what we have to fear or hope from its progress.”

The Wave That Breaks The Liberal Bubble

October 24, 2012
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The Wave That Breaks The Liberal Bubble

Can you feel it? The wave, that is. I speak of one that will wash away far more than just a failed presidency. This wave will have the torque to rock the entire liberal bubble -- the political/media/crony bubble -- leaving it forever exposed. Ironically, those inside this bubble will be...
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The Chief Justice Done Good

June 29, 2012
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The Chief Justice Done Good

Chief Justice John Roberts has handed a remarkable victory to American conservatives by threading the judicial needle with perfect precision. The initial disappointment collectively felt by Americans who had hoped for a Supreme Court ruling that would overturn Obamacare soon will be replaced, upon further reflection, by the excitement that will come with...
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Charters of Freedom-U.S. Archives

April 10, 2011
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Charters of Freedom-U.S. Archives

In 1761, fifteen years before the United States of America burst onto the world stage with the Declaration of Independence, the American colonists were loyal British subjects who celebrated the coronation of their new King, George III. The colonies that stretched from present-day Maine to Georgia were distinctly English in character although they had...
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