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"The Donald" to be awarded "The Prize" for "Statesman of the year" from Sarasota GOP - kind of like Nancy Pelosi being crowned Miss Austerity Here it comes again or "they're ba-aaaack" meaning the credit as wealth delusion is settling in on the sheople as cash is consumed by debt and inflation leaving no alternative to extend our "standards of living" Milbank: Obama needs fire & brimstone when he ladles out the class warfare Richard Kimball: ….Continue
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - There is no money, ladies and gentlemen. This greatest house of cards in the history of house of cards that has been erected by all these financial geniuses is doomed to collapse. It’s going to happen. This is inevitable. I don’t believe that this is me just postulating about this and running my mouth. I believe that certain economic principles that you can’t change the laws of physics and you can’t change certain econo….Continue
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Was Secession A Constitutional Right? 1868 Book Concluded It Was. "It was in 1833, for the frst time in the history of the country, that it was solemnly asserted and argued, that the Constitution of the 'United States was not a compact between the States. This new doctrine simultaneously put forth, by Mr. Justice Story in his "Commentaries on the Constitution of the 'United States," and by Mr. Daniel Webster in "the greatest intellectual effort of his life," that is, in his great speech in the Senate of the I6th of February, 1833. In order to show that the Constitution is not a compact between the States, the position is assumed, that it is not a compact at all. If it be a compact, say they, then the States had a right to secede. But it is not a compact; and hence secession is treason and rebellion. The great fundamental questions, then, on which the whole controversy hinges are, first, Is the Constitution a compact? and, secondly, Is it a compact between the States?" - Albert Bledsoe, Was Secession A Constitutional Right (1868)