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Declaration of Independence – Ignored Warnings

Declaration of Independence – Ignored Warnings

Friday, April 15, 2016, by Frank Kuchar All patriots are acquainted with the opening phrase of the second paragraph of our Declaration of Independence.  Yet I fear that too many…

The post-enlightenment at Stanford University.

The post-enlightenment at Stanford University.

Thursday, April 14, 2016, by Paul Gleiser According to the Daily Caller, Stanford University’s conservative-leaning Stanford Review promoted a ballot initiative in the university’s spring student government election. The measure…

Leo Berman, a Benchmark to the May 7th Council Election

Leo Berman, a Benchmark to the May 7th Council Election

Friday, March 11, 2016, by Pat Kelly Longtime Arlington residents have for years seen their opinions and preferences ignored by elected leaders with a bias for regionalism and the liberal…

Are We Seeing the 2nd American Revolution or is It Really the 3rd?

Are We Seeing the 2nd American Revolution or is It Really the 3rd?

Friday, March 11, 2016, by Glynn Adams I have heard it mentioned several times now that this Republican Election 2016 is beginning to look more and more like a Second…

Why the Electoral College – Part III

Why the Electoral College – Part III

Friday, February 26, 2016, by Frank Kuchar As I outlined in Part II of this series, the electoral college was an ingenious compromise designed to preserve both the concepts of…

Why the 9th Amendment?

Why the 9th Amendment?

Friday, February 5, 2016, by Frank Kuchar When you read the ninth and tenth amendments, at first blush the ninth seems to be irrelevant because the same point appears to…

Our Founders Saw Our States as Sovereign Governments

Our Founders Saw Our States as Sovereign Governments

Friday, January 29, 2016, by Glynn Adams The greatest deception and consequent attack on our Republic has been the distortion of the very nature and framework of our governmental structure, …

City of Arlington News & Events

City of Arlington News & Events

Library Seeks Daring Young Writers for Scribbler’s Print Society The Arlington Public Library is inspiring daring young writers to look at the world around them and take up the challenge…

Happy Birthday Marine Corps

Happy Birthday Marine Corps

Friday, November 13, 2015, by Jeff Rogers, Arlington Tea Party Movement On November 10, 1775, the Second Continental Congress resolved that two battalions of Marines be raised.  In 1921, the…

My Special Family Tie to Veterans Day

My Special Family Tie to Veterans Day

Friday, November 13, 2015, by Jeff Rogers, Arlington Tea Party Movement To a young man standing guard as part of a Continental Army in the dead of winter, with no…

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