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  • NY Times Opinion Writer: ‘Give Up’ On The ‘Archaic, Idiosyncratic’ And ‘Evil’ Constitution

    12/31/2012 7:28:28 AM PST · by Nachum · 104 replies
    Mediate ^ | 12/31/12 | Noah Rothman
    Georgetown University constitutional law professor Louis Michael Seidman has just about had it with the focus of his 40 years of academic study. As he writes in the New York Times on Monday, it is the Constitution itself which has allowed for the series of legislative follies that finally resulted in the “fiscal cliff.” Seidman says that it is time for Americans to realize what lawmakers have known since the constitution’s inception – it is okay to ignore it. “As the nation teeters at the edge of fiscal chaos, observers are reaching the conclusion that the American system of government...
  • ambitious project to MOVE THE LOONIES OUT OF THE US

    11/11/2004 12:59:10 AM PST · by ejdouglas · 35 replies · 2,194+ views ^ | 11/11/04 | ejdouglas
    stumbled upon this site. i can't tell if they are serious but it seems they want to call the bluff of liberals who are 'going to canada'. seems they aim to help them go. also, they have the 'jesusland' bumper sticker.

    01/06/2004 8:02:33 PM PST · by doug from upland · 225 replies · 903+ views
    Simon Wiesenthal site | 1-6-04 | dfu
    Hugh Hewitt had on his show today Rabbi Marvin Hier from the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles. Like many Jewish leaders, the Rabbi was outraged that move on dot org compared Bush to Hitler. Below is the story regarding the half-hearted apology and excuse made by move on dot org. Are they lying to the Rabbi? You decide. Here is the beginning of the responses by FReeper Prodigal Son . He may have caught them in a lie to the Rabbi. First read the apology, then we'll explain.  Become a member  and receive exclusive member benefits.   Sign up for e-mail...
  • Reminder: Services for Joel C. Kernodle at Arlington National Cemetery, JULY 7, 2003

    06/30/2003 9:24:54 PM PDT · by tgslTakoma · 31 replies · 406+ views
    68 grunt and other friends of Joel | June 30, 2003 | tgsltakoma
    Many of you remember Joel Kernodle from the Patriots Rally for America III on January 18, 2003 here in Washington, DC. Joel and the DC Chapter worked together on that rally and the pro-troops demonstration that followed at the Marine Barracks that day. It was Joel and his Vietnam veteran friends who motivated us to get back out on the streets and have that third rally, in the middle of a freezing cold January, to stand up against the communists and other America-haters who were coming to DC that day for an "Anti-war" march. Joel wanted to do it for...
  • After-Action Report -- Patriots Rally for America III at the Marine Barracks 1/18/2003

    01/23/2003 8:38:01 PM PST · by Angelwood · 73 replies · 580+ views
    DC Chapter of Free Republic ^ | January 23, 2003 | Angelwood
    (This is written without notes and is intended as an overview. It does not include the stories of all those who stood with us. Those who were there, please add your stories.) The Patriots Rally for America III in support of our troops fighting the war on terrorism was held at Constitution Gardens near the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall early on Saturday morning, January 18, 2003. From the podium just before the rally ended, an announcement was made about our plans for the afternoon observance of the IAC/ANSWER-sponsored anti-war protest march through the streets of D.C., past the Marine Barracks...
  • SUPPORT OUR TROOPS - Patriots Rally for America III - 1/18/2003 - After-Action Report

    01/21/2003 9:52:13 PM PST · by Angelwood · 79 replies · 765+ views
    DC Chapter of Free Republic ^ | January 21, 2003 | Angelwood, Kristinn
    The Support Our Troops Patriots Rally For America III, co-sponsored by the D.C. Chapter of Free Republic and MOVEOUT (Marines and Other Veterans Engaging Outrageous Un-American Traitors) was held on Saturday, January 18, 2003, at the Constitution Gardens area of the Mall overlooking the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall and other war memorials. It was a crisp clear morning and it was extremely cold -- 9 degrees. In fact, it was the coldest day so far this winter in Washington, D.C. Doctor Raoul volunteered to be at the site early to oversee the set up of the stage and sound system....
  • HUGE Press Coverage for FREE REPUBLIC and DC Chapter (Patriots Rally III counterprotest)

    01/19/2003 6:29:29 PM PST · by Xthe17th · 252 replies · 2,066+ views
    many many many! - refer to article | Jeff B.
    Thanks to the hard work and perseverance of kristinn and other DC Chapter FReepers, Free Republic got a lot of PUBLICITY all over the nation this weekend. This was due to press releases, faxes and phone calls informing the media of our counterprotests of the bussed-in anti-american leftist scum which polluted the nations capital yesterday and today. Below is a listing so far of where FreeRepublic was IN THE NEWS:ARTICLES: (Jan 19, '03)Washington Post (Jan 19, '03)Washington Times (Jan 19, '03)New York Times (Jan 19, '03)Kansas City Star (Jan 19, '03)Orange County Register (Jan 19, '03) Charlotte Observer, NC...
  • C-Span to Cover ANSWER War Protest, Snubs Patriots Rally (Newsmax)

    01/17/2003 2:34:25 PM PST · by Angelwood · 65 replies · 642+ views
    Newsmax ^ | January 17, 2003 | Carl Limbacher
    With Carl Limbacher and Staff For the story behind the story... C-Span has decided to continue its practice of covering anti-war demonstrations by ANSWER, an amalgamation of radical left-wing groups that will gather in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to stage a protest against U.S. plans to disarm Saddam Hussein by force. But the public affairs network has refused to carry the "Patriots Rally for America" counter demonstration in D.C. the same day. "C-SPAN has covered the last four ANSWER anti-war rallies in D.C.," complained Patriots organizer Kristinn Taylor. "Yet it's shown only one of our three counter-demonstrations to them."...
  • City law enforcement gears up for rally (Patriots Rally for America III -- January 18, 2003)

    01/17/2003 10:45:21 AM PST · by Angelwood · 21 replies · 240+ views
    The troops are massing — not for war but for a "No War on Iraq" march in the District slated to begin 11 a.m. tomorrow on the National Mall. Organizers say they are hoping thousands of anti-war activists will show up in subfreezing weather for the protest, which will feature two hours of speeches followed by a 16-block walk to the Navy Yard in Southeast. D.C. law-enforcement agencies will increase manpower and close streets where demonstrators plan to march. Third and Fourth streets from Independence Avenue SW to Pennsylvania Avenue NW will be closed tomorrow from 7 a.m. to 9...
  • Vietnam Veterans to Rally in Washington (Patriots Rally for America III January 18)

    01/10/2003 2:48:34 PM PST · by kristinn · 59 replies · 1,229+ views
    Washington Dispatch ^ | Friday, January 10, 2003
    Vietnam veterans and patriotic Americans from across the country will be rallying in our nation's capital to show support for their brothers and sisters in arms as they fight the war on terror and prepare to defend us from outlaw regimes like Iraq and North Korea. The members of MOVEOUT! are "insulted by the leftist Sixties retreads and wannabes who are raising the specter of Vietnam in conjunction with the current "anti-war" demonstrations as if they are the sole voices from that era." “These veterans are proud of their saving South Vietnam from communist occupation during the longest war in...
  • Lessons for California Republicans (Obligatory Barf Alert)

    11/11/2002 5:25:25 PM PST · by Jagdgewehr · 27 replies · 316+ views
    Union-Tribune Publishing Co. ^ | November 11, 2002 | JAMES O. GOLDSBOROUGH
    Californians have an interesting question to ponder following last week's elections: Why have Republicans taken total control in Washington at the very moment Democrats have total power in Sacramento? California, despite what others might think, is not just one more state. We have 12.1 percent of the U.S. population, 14 million more people than the next largest state, Texas. Our gross domestic product is, by some measures, ahead of that of France. A regional state – Connecticut, say, or Iowa or Louisiana – out of step with national trends is merely a curiosity, but California is no regional state. We...