Category Archives: Civics

Internet engagement – influencing others

I once wrote a blog post called What’s it all about? Speaking up!. I update it from time to time, and a link to it is pinned at the top of this blog. It is about expressing your true opinions – … Continue reading

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“A simple democracy, or an unbalanced republic, is one of the greatest evils”

Thus said Benjamin Rush. Every time somebody says that the USA is a democracy, kindly correct them! Written by TARA ROSS: On this day in 1789, a signer of the Declaration of Independence writes a letter to John Adams. The … Continue reading

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Constitutional Republic vs. Democracy

Dave Rubin played this video (probably 60 years or so old) on his show this morning. I found it on the YouTube channel named The Benny Show. It features Howard “Dan” Smoot, who was an FBI agent and a conservative. From 1957 … Continue reading

Posted in Civics, Government, Language, Propaganda | 3 Comments

Government youth indoctrination – history rhymes?

We have all seen the reports about parents showing up at school board meetings to protest curriculum in their children’s classrooms, from critical race theory to normalization of sexual deviancy. Many schools/teachers have overstepped their areas of authority. The latest … Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Civics, Climate change, Communism, Critical Race Theory, Education, Government, History, Schools & Education | 2 Comments

March for Life!

The annual March for Life takes place today, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, in Washington, D.C. Thousands of pro-life advocates are participating. The march occurs each year in January, ever since the Supreme Court rendered its controversial Roe v. Wade decision. … Continue reading

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South Dakota To Tell Biden NO, Republicans Introduce Legislation to Nullify!

I wish my state’s legislature had the guts to do this! South Dakota’s Republican-controlled House is introducing legislation that would allow the state to nullify President Biden’s executive orders if it determines they are unconstitutional. “The Executive Board of the … Continue reading

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What’s up in Congress

Information obtained from True The Vote Here are several pieces of legislation that will specifically affect elections: H.R.1 and S.1 This is the #1 bill in play right now. H.R. 1 will fundamentally transform elections; federalizing operations and oversight as … Continue reading

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Today’s video – Milton Friedman v. Phil Donahue

Milton Friedman is still quoted today. When was the last time we heard about Phil Donahue? An excellent, history-based, defense of capitalism.

Posted in Civics, Economy, Government, History | 1 Comment

Amy Coney Barrett Senate vote to take place October 26, 2020 – Happy birthday Hillary Clinton!

Yes, Hillary will celebrate her 73rd birthday on Monday, October 26, 2020. U.S. News & World Report The Senate will vote on confirming Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the seat of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg … Continue reading

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Electoral College Myth #3: The Electoral College is undemocratic

This is a great explanation of why we have the electoral college and how it has served us well over time. An excerpt from the Tara Ross blog: Myth: The person who wins the national popular vote should win the … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 Presidential Race, Civics, Constitution, Government, History | 4 Comments