Tag Archives: Bill of Rights

Do We REALLY Need The Second Amendment?

By L. Reichard White Newspapers and other publications keep what they call “stylebooks” to let the folks who write for them know what’s acceptable to the publication and what isn’t. Many factors determine the rules that are included in a … Continue reading

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The Bill of [Rights] Restraints

By Robert Greenslade © Nitwit Press With the 223rd anniversary of the adoption of the Amendments commonly known as the Bill of Rights only days away (December 15th), a majority of the American people still do not understand the true … Continue reading

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RIP: Bill of Rights Day – Mourning

By Nathan Barton Monday is “Bill of Rights Day” and I think it is appropriate to use the opportunity to remember the late and great document which once helped us keep some hard-won liberties. Therefore, I’d like to suggest that … Continue reading

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Bill of [Rights] Restraints Day

By Robert Greenslade – © Nitwit Press December 15th is the 222nd anniversary of the adoption of the Amendments commonly known as the Bill of Rights. Unfortunately, a majority of the American people still do not understand the true intent … Continue reading

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Conservatives, Republicans, Christians, and Two Tens

Lew Rockwell and his institute are often a beacon of liberty, but sometimes…  sometimes they show themselves (rightly or wrongly) as a bunch of bigoted humanists and anything BUT lovers of liberty. Case in point: Free-dumb: The conservative’s definition Source: … Continue reading

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