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  • What The Boston Massacre Trials of the 18th Century Can Teach Us About Resisting The Allure Of Mob Rule

    03/05/2024 10:54:02 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 3 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 03/05/2024 | Kai Lebret
    On the anniversary of the Boston Massacre, it is worth remembering how America passed its first major test in equal application of the law.It was March 5, 1770. Future President of the United States John Adams was enjoying a local Boston social gathering when the town bells began to ring. Townsmen often rang these bells in case of fire. However, the guests hurried out onto the cobbled streets to discover a different sort of blaze: British soldiers, surrounded by an indignant and pressing mob, had discharged their muskets, hitting 11 civilians. Three died on site. Two more followed in the...
  • Will be on Faux: Brett Baier "The Korean War" Sunday night

    05/24/2023 10:25:42 AM PDT · by LS · 14 replies
    Self | 5/24/2023 | LS
    A few updates: I will appear on Faux News's "The Korean War" special with Brett Baier, Sunday night, May 28, 10:00. I know may of you are boycotting FAUX, and I respect that. Did this for an old filmmaking friend. Also, I have begun a MWF youtube show "Patriot's History," where I just read through "A Patriot's History of the United States" at 12 noon EST on the Wild World of History channel. Just started the Revolutionary War. We are 24 episodes in, all in the video archives. We are working to make "Patriot's History" in to a "John Adams/Sons...
  • John Adams was a Zionist

    04/27/2023 6:50:21 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 9 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 04/27/2023 | Bob Ryan
    John Adams was not just one of America’s founders (and for me one of the most important), he had one of the most brilliant legal minds of his day; this was the reason he was appointed to handle the negotiations between America and England that led to England acknowledging America as a separate nation.There is a great deal known about John Adams’s role in the founding of this nation, but not so much about his being a supporter of Judaism and a Zionist.What is not as widely known as it should be about Adams is that he was a devout...
  • LYNDON B. JOHNSON MUZZLED THE MORAL VOICES OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN CIVIL DISCOURSE BY HIS 501(C)(3) AMENDMENTS ON JULY 02, 1954

    12/24/2022 1:46:35 PM PST · by george76 · 32 replies
    AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE MEDIA ^ | SEPTEMBER 9, 2021
    Johnson’s political muzzling silenced the primary moral and religious voices that Founder John Adams said were essential to the life of the Republic.. In 1954, then freshman U.S. senator Lyndon B. Johnson was running for re-election in a hotly-contested Democratic primary against fellow-Democrat State Representative Dudley T. Dougherty. THE NEW DEAL WITH THE DEVIL IN 1954: GIVE UP YOUR MORAL AND FREE SPEECH RIGHTS IN EXCHANGE FOR TAX WRITE-OFFS In the heat of that 1954 Texas primary campaign, Johnson introduced his now infamous “Johnson Amendment” in the U.S. Senate. His revisions further restricted the free speech of churches and religious...
  • Warm in their seats, they were loath to leave them, or hold them any longer at the will of the people - John Adams

    11/17/2022 6:34:07 AM PST · by cotton1706 · 31 replies
    1787 | John Adams
    "Warm in their seats, they were loath to leave them, or hold them any longer at the will of the people. With all the subtlety, and all the sagacity and address which is characteristic of this order of men in every age and nation, they prevailed on the people to relinquish for the future the right of electing counsellors in the general assembly, and the people, with their characteristic simplicity, and unbounded confidence in their rulers when they love them; became the dupes, and passed a law, that the two councils should for the future elect, or at least approve...
  • David McCullough, Best-Selling Explorer of America’s Past, Dies at 89

    08/08/2022 9:23:29 AM PDT · by Borges · 37 replies
    NYT ^ | 8/8/22 | Daniel Lewis
    David McCullough, who was known to millions as an award-winning, best-selling author and an appealing television host and narrator with a rare gift for recreating the great events and characters of America’s past, died on Sunday at home in Hingham Mass. He was 89. The death was confirmed by his daughter Dorie Lawson. Mr. McCullough won Pulitzer Prizes for two presidential biographies, “Truman” (1992) and “John Adams” (2001). He received National Book Awards for “The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal” (1977) and “Mornings on Horseback” (1981), about the young Theodore Roosevelt and his family. Deep...
  • Mark Levin: Jan 6 Committee has no evidence Trump committed any of these crimes

    07/31/2022 7:50:09 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 18 replies
    Fox News ^ | Jul 31, 2022 1 hour ago | Mark Levin
    Fox News host Mark Levin gives viewers a history lesson on the presidential election of 1800 and slams the left's Jan. 6 Committee for criminalizing politics on 'Life, Liberty & Levin.'
  • JEFFERSON & ADAMS — 50 years after the Declaration of Independence - they died the SAME DAY, July 4, 1826 - American Minute with Bill Federer

    07/04/2022 10:49:26 AM PDT · by Perseverando · 20 replies
    American Minute ^ | July 4, 2022 | Bill Federer
    Both served in the Continental Congress. Both signed the Declaration of Independence. Both served as U.S. Ministers in France. Both were U.S. Presidents, one elected the 2nd President and the other the 3rd. Download as PDF ... Once political enemies, they became close friends in later life. An awe swept America when they both died on the same day, JULY 4, 1826, exactly 50 years since they approved the Declaration of Independence. Their names were John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson's handwritten Declaration of Independence used the wording "inalienable rights" as seen in the copies at the American Philosophical...
  • The Feuding Fathers

    06/26/2010 7:02:43 AM PDT · by Palter · 17 replies
    WSJ ^ | 26 June 2010 | Ron Chernow
    In the American imagination, the founding era shimmers as the golden age of political discourse, a time when philosopher-kings strode the public stage, dispensing wisdom with gentle civility. We prefer to believe that these courtly figures, with their powdered hair and buckled shoes, showed impeccable manners in their political dealings. The appeal of this image seems obvious at a time when many Americans lament the partisan venom and character assassination that have permeated the political process. Unfortunately, this anodyne image of the early republic can be quite misleading. However hard it may be to picture the founders resorting to rough-and-tumble...
  • I Warned You About What We’re Living Through Today

    12/08/2021 9:00:24 AM PST · by conservative98 · 25 replies
    The Rush Limbuagh Show ^ | Jan 7, 2021 | Rush Limbaugh
    I Warned You About What We’re Living Through TodayJan 7, 2021 RUSH: Hey, folks, it’s great to be back. Really great to be back, and I need to ask you a favor. I need to you to give me a few minutes here just to get my sea legs. This has been a very, very bad couple of weeks for me. I don’t want to get into any more detail about it. Those of you have been through this know exactly what I’m talking about. But it has not been a break in the sense that it hasn’t been restful...
  • PRESERVING A CONSTITUTION DESIGNED FOR A MORAL AND RELIGIOUS PEOPLE

    11/19/2021 8:51:50 AM PST · by Perseverando · 15 replies
    One of the foremost constitutional theorists of the founding generation, John Adams, observed, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”1 He wasn’t the only Founding Father to hold this view. Indeed, James Madison wrote that our Constitution requires “sufficient virtue among men for self-government,” otherwise, “nothing less than the chains of despotism can restrain them from destroying and devouring one another.”2 Many of our Founders were men of faith or were influenced strongly by the Judeo-Christian tradition.3 They accepted the premise of mankind’s imperfect nature. They...
  • Love of Country – Article V (2019)

    10/06/2021 12:29:31 PM PDT · by Jacquerie · 2 replies
    ArticleVBlog ^ | July 29th 2019 | Rodney Dodsworth
    Like love of oneself and family, love of country is a natural emotion. From a rational standpoint, what is not to like and love about the greatest force for good in world history? I find pride in American citizenship. I am not the subject of a king, nor a slave in an islamic or authoritarian hell-hole, nor a proletarian ruled through fear by communist party thugs. To be a citizen is to be equal before law of our own making, not through direct democracy, but by representatives, our agents who craft law on our behalf. We the People are still...
  • John Adams on Aristocracy, Democracy, and Tyranny (2016)

    09/29/2021 2:24:39 PM PDT · by Jacquerie · 3 replies
    ArticleVBlog ^ | December 21st 2016 | Rodney Dodsworth
    My previous posts regarding repeal of the horrid 17th Amendment were built on a simple republican foundation; members of republics are represented in the lawmaking body. The Constitution acts on the people and states, and both had their place in congress until 1913. In its wake, the 17th Amendment left behind a federal Constitution without a federal government. Here, I take a different tack as to why the 17A must go. I will show from the standpoint of balancing society’s natural proclivities, we must reestablish a federal senate of the states. Without a strong middle institution to repel democracy, the...
  • Our Unbalanced Constitution and Article V

    07/05/2021 1:05:42 PM PDT · by Jacquerie · 41 replies
    ArticleVBlog ^ | April 15th 2019 | Rodney Dodsworth
    Subtitle: John Adams Reconsiders Republican Government. The American Revolution wasn’t a simple colonial rebellion against English imperialism. It was first and foremost a social revolution. We can hardly imagine today the leap in men’s minds from a stratified social order in which all honors were gifts from a King, to that of free and equal republican citizens. In his 1776 Thoughts on Government, John Adams viewed politics as a straightforward struggle between rulers and the people. Cast off monarchy, and indeed all executive authority, and let a virtuous people govern themselves. The Articles of Confederation reflect this reliance on public...
  • Historical Portraits of Early American Presidents Brought To Life Using AI Technology

    06/05/2021 8:52:22 AM PDT · by ConservativeStLouisGuy · 16 replies
    Mystery Scoop ^ | December 25, 2020 | Mystery Scoop
    Today we're going to try and use modern technology to breathe some life into the historical portraits of the very first Presidents of the United States by adding facial animations. The history teaches us that United States declared independence from Great Britain, on 4th July 1776, during the American Revolutionary War that lasted about 8 years. The Declaration of Independence has been largely written by Thomas Jefferson who was a member of five-man committee, appointed by the Continental Congress, that included John Adams, Roger Sherman, Benjamin Franklin and Robert Livingston. The revolutionary war ended with the Treaty of Paris on...
  • Watchdog Finds 21,000 Dead Registrants on PA Voter Rolls in Final Weeks of Election

    11/09/2020 6:59:52 AM PST · by MarvinStinson · 20 replies
    freebeacon ^ | NOVEMBER 6, 2020 | Joe Schoffstall
    An election watchdog has found 21,000 dead individuals still on Pennsylvania voter rolls in the final weeks of the 2020 election. The Public Interest Legal Foundation, an election integrity group, says 92 percent of the registrants died more than a year ago. The group also says there is evidence of voting activity after death. The findings were mentioned in an amended lawsuit against the Pennsylvania Department of State over its failure to maintain accurate voter rolls. The PILF says that as of October 7, 9,212 registrants have been dead for five years, 1,990 registrants for 10 years, and 197 registrants...
  • John Adams On Liberty and All of Us Now

    10/30/2020 7:28:59 AM PDT · by Ozguy1945 · 3 replies
    https://freedom-demokrasi-and-civilised-humanity.com ^ | 30th October,2020, American time | Ozguy1945
    The 2020 election offers a choice between a man who believes in freedom for Americans and a man in a basement who has been set so many targets that he can't let his own people be what they are. The fantastic growth results of the September quarter prove that freedom works. America is built on freedom. Fear locks us down. Freedom lets us build. On John Adams birthday, lets remember what we need to be free.
  • I’M A DIRECT DESCENDANT OF 13 REVOLUTIONARY PATRIOTS. DEPORT LUCIAN TRUSCOTT.

    07/08/2020 3:38:41 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 12 replies
    Ann Coulter Dot Com ^ | 8 July 2020 | Ann Coulter
    Fascinating news from The New York Times this week! Reviewing its op-ed titled “I’m a Direct Descendant of Thomas Jefferson. Take Down His Memorial,” I gather we now weigh Americans’ opinions based on who their ancestors are. I’m not sure that’s a good idea, but the rules are the rules. Otherwise, why would the Times consider it so important to publish Lucian Truscott, a great-great-great-great-great-grandson of Jefferson, at all? Blut uber alles! Obviously, we’re going to need a list of Whose Opinion Matters. Here’s my first stab at it: Descendants of John Adams will have their views count the most....
  • Jefferson & Adams - 50 years after the Declaration of Independence

    07/07/2020 11:00:16 AM PDT · by Perseverando · 14 replies
    American Minute ^ | July 5, 2020 | Bill Federer
    Both served in the Continental Congress and both signed the Declaration of Independence. Both served as U.S. Ministers in France. One was elected the 2nd President and the other the 3rd. Once political enemies, they became close friends in later life. An awe swept America when they both died on the same day, JULY 4, 1826, exactly 50 years since they approved the Declaration of Independence. Their names were John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson's handwritten Declaration of Independence used the wording "inalienable" rights as seen in the copies at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, the New York...
  • Top chess personalities slam ABC for questioning if chess is 'racist' [i.e. Australian Broadcasting Corporation]

    06/26/2020 9:09:11 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 51 replies
    Jerusalem Post ^ | June 24, 2020 12:19 | Zachary Keyser
    After an Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Sydney radio station posed the question if chess is racist because it’s customary for the white pieces to move first, Russian chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov and former Australian chess representative John Adams took to Twitter to slam the notion, calling it “bull—” and a waste of taxpayer dollars. Adams noted that ABC contacted him to make a comment on the segment, which is intended to run Wednesday. “They called me up and asked whether I was the John Adams involved in chess,” Adams told the Daily Telegraph. “Then they said with everything going on,...