Category Archives: Writings
“Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.” —Mark Twain True. Anger is never good for us. Yet some may object and say, … Continue reading
A short look at how the Union has provided defense throughout its history. Is morality necessary for defense? Are health, education, and welfare necessary for defense? What did Benjamin Franklin believe was more important than military might for the nation’s … Continue reading
A united people are the best defense against foreign and domestic aggression. What does the Constitution mean when it says it was designed to INSURE domestic tranquility? Listen to, Insuring Domestic Tranquility.
Were there injustices inherent in the original Constitution? How were they fixed? The principle of the American system is this: laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind, and our ideas of justice … Continue reading
Worthless paper money and unjust state laws together created animosity, a decline in the work ethic, and tarnished the reputation of republican government. The first principles of justice, in relation to contracts, was being violated without blushing. The founders believed … Continue reading
Through The Constitution Lesson 4 – A More Perfect Union Part 2: The Early Relationship Between the New Independent States.
Honest Abe made an honest mistake in the Gettysburg Address. Our fathers did not bring forth a new nation. What did they bring forth? This is essential to understanding the Constitution’s “a more perfect union.” Listen to, The Early Relationship … Continue reading