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    2014 Exceptionalism in America

    by C Howard Diaz   A couple years ago a friend of mine, who lives in the UK, sent me an email of an article that was posted in the UK’s Sunday Times.  The title was:  “American Exceptionalism: An Experiment in History,” by Charles Murray.  The article had a sub title that asked: “America was a social experiment that has survived against the odds. But is its unique appeal waning?” The article in the Times was a collection of excerpts from the original book with no editorial comments....

      Jefferson  His Portrait is on the Two Dollar Bill.  This is amazing. There are two parts. Be sure to read the 2nd part (in RED ).  Thomas Jefferson was a very remarkable man who started learning very early in life and never stopped.  At 5, began studying under his cousin’s tutor.  At 9, studied Latin, Greek and French.  At 14, studied classical literature and additional languages.  At 16, entered the College of William and Mary. Also could write in Greek with one hand while...

    Sitting On The Sidelines

      Originally published on August 21, 2013 If anyone believes our Forefathers envisioned a United States of America controlled by an omnipotent central government, you need to read our Constitution.  They thought they had created a government that would be the exact opposite of what it has become. I believe they imagined individual States, each governed by a Governor and State Legislature. States separated from each other, but united in a common belief in freedom as set forth by the Constitution. Does...

    Defining the Military Industrial Complex

    By C H Diaz Below is the text of the famous Eisenhower speech that mentions the “military industrial complex.”  It is a speech that has been misrepresented by the left since the day he uttered those words. While he did mention those words I believe he really defined his speech a few paragraph’s later. I believe he was warning us of the ever growing power of the federal government and he prophetically spoke about the science, university, government connection and called them out...

    A Professor of Constitutional Law says “Let’s give up on the Constitution”

    A Professor of Constitutional Law says “Let’s give up on the Constitution”  “I’ve got a simple idea.  Let’s give up on the Constitution.  I don’t think we should give up on everything in the Constitution.  The Constitution has many important and inspiring provisions, but we should obey these because they are important and inspiring, not because a bunch of people who are now long dead favored them two centuries ago.  This is our country, we live in it, and we have...

    It’s Called “Constitutional Rights”

    Originally published March 16,th 1995 By Editor The date is March 8th, 1995 as three armed federal agents enter the property of Eugene Hussy suspected of murder. They are looking for a shell casing that will link the notorious Hussy to the victim these brave defenders of a federal government agency, are sworn to protect. As they approach Hussy asking questions they serve him with a search warrant. Hussy then demands that the local sheriff be a witness to the search. What arrogance this probable...

    Learning the True Intent of Our Constitution

    Editor’s Comment: If you read much of what I write, you will probably get to understand that I’m trying to give you the true meaning of what our forefathers wanted in our Constitution. I say in many ways to try and turn on each light you have. The light of understanding. Learning the True Intent of Our Constitution, June 2013 If there is one thing I believe I learned while writing my book, “A Charter of Negative Liberties, Defining the Bill of Rights and Other Commentary,” was our...

    Learning our Constitution — Freedom of Speech

    By C Howard Diaz Why is our Constitution the greatest document in the world, while defining freedom for all American citizens, and establishing our government? What makes our Constitution so different than all other Constitution’s? To make my point, I will use freedom of speech, as written in the Canadian Constitution (Charter of Rights and Freedoms) and compare the words with what our Constitution says. In the Canadian Constitution, under the heading of “Fundamental Freedoms,” Section...

    Power to the People

    Our Founders Gave the Power to the People C Hoard Diaz 2013 When I first rte-started this web site, I did so in support of my book that had been published, “A Charter of Negative Liberties, Defining the Bill of Rights and Other Commentary.” My goal was to discuss daily news events through the prism of our Constitution. It’s still my goal, but environmental issues have been dominating my time recently and I just can’t ignore the Green SS. You see, the top leadership of the...

    1953 – My First Encounter with a Homosexual and Some Info

    Editor’s Comment: For those of you who haven’t read any other post, I’m writing a book about my life, not for publication, but to be distributed among my family members so they can to get to know who I was, in my words. I just about have the first twenty years nailed, but it still needs some tweaking. What follows is part of what I’ve written. 1953 – My First Encounter with a Homosexual and Some Info When I was fifteen I had worked my way up as a Journeyman Produce man in the Produce...

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