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'Trust the People'- The "Reagan earthquake" still reverberates through the world economy.
2006 FREEREPUBLIC LEXICON (Lingo, Dictionary, Lore Handbook)
AMERICA ATTACKED: Online FReeper library - Post your links to memorial sites, photos, videos, etc.
Breaking the Rules: The Framers intended no more than a Senate majority to approve judges.
Cardiovascular Benefits Of Omega-3 Fatty Acids Reviewed
Commerce clause abuse
Copyright Issues Present Ongoing Dilemma: To Link or Not To Link? [FR Mentioned]
Court strengthens protections for Net chat groups
Federal Reserve: Who Owns and Controls the Federal Reserve?
Federalism Debate: Why Doesn't Washington Trust the States?
File-sharing to bypass censorship
Free Republic Determined to Be the Stickiest Site on the Web!
Freeper Investigation: Original Intent and Constitutional Jurisprudence
How the Left Undermined America's Security Before 9/11
HusseinandTerror.com - PROOF of links between Saddam and global terrorists (MUST READ)
Impeachment of Federal Judges
Judicial Supremacy Exposed (Stanford Law Dean on the beauty of "popular constitutionalism.")
Justice Breyer: U. S. Constitution should be subordinated to international will
N.Y. Times: Iraq Had WMD 'Stockpiles' in 2003
No certainty in Senate races
One Nation Under God
Political Insiders: Republicans Divided on How to Address Gay Marriage [retread troll zot]
Repeal 17th Amendment
Repeal Seventeenth Amendment
Ronald Reagan and the Constitution
Ronald Reagan's Radio Segments ( links plus quotes )
Saddam bankrolled Palestinian terrorists
Saddam Hussein - the terrorists' banker
Saddam's link with terrorists
Semi Official Free Republic Classic Political Photos Archive and Request Thread
The Constitution and the Judiciary - Where's the check on Senate filibusters?
The Elegant Campaign Finance Reform
The Founders and the consumption tax
The Founders' Constitution
The Ninth Circuit’s Revenge
Thomas Jefferson: Deist or Christian? Dr. Kennedy says former president is ACLU's worst nightmare
Turning judicial activism on its head
Undermining the Constitution: A History Of Lawless Government