• A Day Without The Constitution
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    A Day Without The Constitution

    ♫ Singing: Our… lives… would… Not be fun without the Constitution We would be on the run everyday It would bring us to our knees even if we said please And it’d stifle what we’d do and what we’d say. People could be banned from voting in the states Schools could segregate our children by their race Our right to petition government, a thing of the past Our right to free speech would go away fast Each state could have its own currency No personal freedoms or internet privacy Without a constitution we’d have no liberties Police could arrest anyone they please Woman Speaking: We Totally Take the Constitution for…

  • The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 8
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    The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 8

    FEDERALIST No. 8 The Consequences of Hostilities Between the States From the New York Packet. Tuesday, November 20, 1787. HAMILTON To the People of the State of New York: ASSUMING it therefore as an established truth that the several States, in case of disunion, or such combinations of them as might happen to be formed out of the wreck of the general Confederacy, would be subject to those vicissitudes of peace and war, of friendship and enmity, with each other, which have fallen to the lot of all neighboring nations not united under one government, let us enter into a concise detail of some of the consequences that would attend…

  • The Law of Democracy [No. 86]
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    The Law of Democracy [No. 86]

    So one of the oddities of the US Constitution is how little it has about the mechanics of ah the democratic process itself. There are some rules. Ah we know, for example, that the states uh are going to decide for themselves how to do districts, how to conduct elections, what the voter qualifications are going to be, subject to uh Congress’ uh ability to pass supervening legislation regarding the governance of of federal elections. Uh but that’s not a lot, that doesn’t tell us how districts are going to be formed. We do know a very important thing, which is how often elections are going to be, and that…

  • Intolerable Acts & Tea Act – Pre American Revolution Monetary System
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    Intolerable Acts & Tea Act – Pre American Revolution Monetary System

    u.s. monetary history chapter 5 the Intolerable Acts of King George and the Sons of Liberty when we last saw the colonies they just successfully financed the French and Indian War without the use of inflationary monetary policies as shown by the prior chapter not all Fiat paper money was a failure such as the Pennsylvania colonial script we’ll explore how the colonies lost the freedom to print interest-free paper money and the axle would threaten to dry the colonies of their last remaining medium of exchange silver species the refusal of King George to allow the colonies to operate an honest money system which freed the ordinary man from…

  • The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 49
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    The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 49

    FEDERALIST No. 49. Method of Guarding Against the Encroachments of Any One Department of Government by Appealing to the People Through a Convention. For the Independent Journal. Saturday, February 2, 1788. MADISON To the People of the State of New York: THE author of the “Notes on the State of Virginia,” quoted in the last paper, has subjoined to that valuable work the draught of a constitution, which had been prepared in order to be laid before a convention, expected to be called in 1783, by the legislature, for the establishment of a constitution for that commonwealth. The plan, like every thing from the same pen, marks a turn of…

  • The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 16
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    The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 16

    FEDERALIST No. 16. The Same Subject Continued (The Insufficiency of the Present Confederation to Preserve the Union) From the New York Packet. Tuesday, December 4, 1787. HAMILTON To the People of the State of New York: THE tendency of the principle of legislation for States, or communities, in their political capacities, as it has been exemplified by the experiment we have made of it, is equally attested by the events which have befallen all other governments of the confederate kind, of which we have any account, in exact proportion to its prevalence in those systems. The confirmations of this fact will be worthy of a distinct and particular examination. I…

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    Monroe County frac sand legislation is dead

    Legislation that would have cleared the way for a frac sand processing plant in Monroe County is dead. TAKE VO FILE VIDEO The Wisconsin Assembly passed a proposal last month that would have allowed Meteor Timber to fill Monroe County wetlands to build a new frac sand plant. But the Senate finished its two-year session last night without taking up the provisions. The Ho-Chunk Nation and Clean Wisconsin challenged the company’s wetland construction permit. A judge is considering whether to allow the project to continue. The legislation would have allowed construction as the project worked through the judicial system.

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    Joe Rogan Just Skewered Democrat’s Plans To Stop People Eating Meat

    Joe Rogan slammed prominent Democrats who have come out in favor of “altering” the traditional American diet by drastically reducing the consumption of meat. At a climate change forum hosted by MSNBC, 2020 Democratic nominee Andrew Yang said he plans to tax meat producers to make meat products more expensive if elected president. During the climate forum, Yang said: Cattle is very energy consuming and energy expensive. If you project forward on what we would need to do to reduce emissions, you would want to modify Americans’ diets over time. Now, some of that is happening naturally through education, I do think it’s difficult to regulate diets. So, what you’d…

  • Georgia representative intends to introduce ‘testicular bill of rights’
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    Georgia representative intends to introduce ‘testicular bill of rights’

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  • MOOC WHAW1.1x | 5.1.2 The Economic Promises of the Early Republic |  Creating a Female Labor Force
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    MOOC WHAW1.1x | 5.1.2 The Economic Promises of the Early Republic | Creating a Female Labor Force

    – When Sabrina Bennett started out on the long journey from her home in New Hampshire to the Boott Mill in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1827, she had high hopes. Then barely 17 years old, she wanted to earn enough money to feel independent. And she also wanted to help out her family. Factory work would be hard, she knew. It would require paying attention to clocks and time, adhering to a rigid schedule and learning to obey the demands of supervisors and machines. She knew she’d be fined if she failed to adhere to the mill’s tough standards. But she also knew that if she succeeded, she could help her…