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History, Holidays & Observances on January 24

Holiday & Observances: Feast of St. Francis de Sales Major Events: Praetorian Guard Assassinates Caligula, Sunni-Shia Divide, California Gold Rush Notable Events: Fatimid Caliphate, Conciliar Movement, Corvinus crowned King, Cavalier Parliament, Boy Scouts, Income Tax, Goldsboro B-52 Crash, Ted Bundy Born: Hadrian, Frederick the Great, Charles James Fox, Neil Diamond,

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History, Holidays & Observances on January 22

Major Events: Battle of Rorke’s Drift, Supreme Court discovers a constitutional right to abortion Notable Events: Battle of Basing, Swiss Guards, CIA, Apple’s Superbowl commercial, Beit Lid Massacre, Evo Morales, Born: Ibn Taymiyyah, Ivan the Great, Walter Raleigh, Francis Bacon, John Donne, William Kidd, Lord Byron, D.W. Griffith, Irving Kristol,

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The Four C’s Of The Impeachment Sham — Constitution, Corruption, Comity & Coup

The House is considering three articles of Impeachment.  The Constitution is at issue in questions of Obstruction of Justice, Contempt of Congress and the form of the Senate Trial.  Comity and Corruption are at issue as to the Bidens and Abuse of Power.  And is this is an unlawful attempted

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On Constitution Day, Leftists assault the Constitution

For most of America, September 17 was “Constitution Day.”  For progressives, it was a day to launch a multi-pronged assault on the Constitution. On September, 17, 1787, the delegates to the Philadelphia Convention signed their finished product, the Constitution, and released it to the states to consider for ratification. It

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Is The Administrative State On Borrowed Time?

Is the Supreme Court about to curtail the administrative state (and perhaps circumscribe judicial activism) by holding that Art. 1, Sec. 1 of the Constitution actually means what it says? For the past near century — since FDR’s infamous court packing scheme — the administrative state (or bureaucratic state, call

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The Kavanaugh martyrdom: when the Salem witch trial meets Mao’s Cultural Revolution

Brett Kavanaugh’s martyrdom before unfounded, bizarre, nonsensical accusations, is a Salem witch trial redux with hints of Mao’s Cultural Revolution. The ordeal of Brett Kavanaugh takes us back to the bad old days of the Salem Witch Trials, though our proggies add their own Maoist Cultural Revolution gloss.  If they

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