Monthly Archives: September 2018

The Federal Courts Have Become Political, as Judge Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Hearing Made Clear

by Diane Rufino, Sept. 22, 2018 The United States is a constitutional republic.  It is not a democracy, as most people believe. A “republic” is a form of government in which supreme power is held by the people and their … Continue reading

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Why the Issue of Confederate Memorials is of Significant Consequence

by Reverend Mark Creech, Christian Action League, Aug. 24, 2018 Lately, a lot of emotion has been spent over Confederate monuments in the Tar Heel state. Silent Sam, the statue on the campus of the University of North Carolina, Chapel … Continue reading

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Constitution Day 2018

by Diane Rufino, September 17, 2018 Today was Constitution Day. On September 17, 1787, the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia concluded. 39 of the 55 delegates to the Convention signed the final product, including its primary author, James Madison, and its … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson Articulates the Remedy of NULLIFICATION in an Opinion Written to George Washington in 1791

by Diane Rufino, September 16, 2018 In 1791, Thomas Jefferson wrote an opinion on the constitutionality of a National Bank. It is an important commentary on the meaning and intent of the US Constitution, in particular the two general clauses … Continue reading

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Washington DC: It’s Not Government, It’s a Battlefield

by Diane Rufino, Sept. 14, 2018 This is my latest meme. And I’m serious about its message. DC politicians make me sick. They are quite literally the most wretched of human beings. They (mostly Democrats, let’s face it) refuse to … Continue reading

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To the Heroes of the Confederate State of North Carolina (1861-65)

  by Diane Rufino, September 3, 2018 On the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill stood the noble statue of “Silent Sam,” the Confederate soldier who stood vigilant watch over the campus. It stood on McCorkle place, the University’s upper quad, facing … Continue reading

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John McCain: Celebrating the Life of a Career Politician

by Diane Rufino and George Liberty, August 31, 2018 (Photo by Myfox8.com) The following remarks are offered in remembrance of Senator John McCain. We, as a nation, celebrate our politicians more than any other group of people.  We lift them up … Continue reading

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