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Three Amendments


The United States was explicitly founded as a secular state. The Founders were transplanted Englishmen whose direct ancestors had fled Britain during a century and a half of religious persecution. They were steeped in the tradition of the bitter English Civil War, which was as much a war of religion as it was a war to […]


A letter (template) calling for a resolution in support of a Constitutional Convention to take money out of politics


Please feel free to reproduce and send to your elected officials. Please review the number and titles for state representatives: I have used my home state of Virginia, but not all states have bicameral legislatures and they are not all called by the same titles. If your home state happens to be Vermont, congratulations: your […]


“Our obligations to our country never cease but with our lives.“

John Adams


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