Column: Our republic and its future depends on what happens to the Constitution
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Just fascinating. I always enjoy your writings.
Excellent article. I hope the 10,000 Bolsheviks currently infiltrating our federal government fear the power of the Second Amendment and the resolve of armed citizens to preserve The Constitution and the freedom and rights it guarantees.
Let’s not forget that New England states threatened to secede over the War of 1812 and there was no hew and cry that it was illegal. Also, there was talk by the same about Jefferson’s Louisiana Purchase.
“Our civics education is garbage, and our STEM focus has only made it worse”, no truer words have been spoken.
Social justice and anti-racism has creeped into the math portion of STEM with math precision being “white supremacy” in that 2 + 2 = 4 is not really accurate because it could be 2 + 2 = 5 in some cultures. Precision, objectivity, being on time all all racism.