Mandeville, LA - Church Doctrine - Just 1 day after the anniversary of Reverend Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech I can happily report to you that when it comes to education, there are blacks and whites who agree that our efforts should be judged by the content of the results not the color of the participants. Ken Campbell is the President of a group called Black Alliance for Educational Option. On Tuesday, Campbell addressed Eric Holder’s InJustice Department lawsuit against Governor Jindal’s school voucher program1 and reached a conclusion similar to the one I reached that day. "I don't think our ultimate end is just to have racially integrated schools.
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – This is as basic a fundamental -- when you talk about privileges and immunities clauses in constitutions, when privileges and immunities came up during the debates over ratification, this is exactly what was being talked about, the old vote with your feet. If you happen to vote with your feet and a bunch of people that look like you vote with your feet and you wind up owning property in the same area, so what? Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - If you can accede to a plan of government, wouldn't it make sense that if the plan becomes injurious, that you can secede? Based on what's going on in Atlanta, with the suburbs seceding from their bankrupt cities, wouldn't it make sense that the next step would be for a state to secede from it's bankrupt National Government? Of course, that's if they can "get away with it" because if a state tries to secede, peacefully, what do you think the answer from Washington will be? "Uh, you can't do that... because we said so... and we kinda need your money." Check out today's Founders TV for more and sign up for a Founders Pass if you don't already have one...
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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - Here's a quote from Mike's interview with Kirkpatrick Sale, for the rest be sure and check out today's transcript, "The purpose of [the Emancipation Proclamation] was to destroy the Southern economy. The idea was that the slaves would rise up on the plantations and take over the plantations so that foodstuff couldn’t go to the Confederate Army, and maybe they would even start to kill here and there on the plantations, and that would bring the soldiers back home to defend their wives and children. That was the idea of the Emancipation Proclamation. Of course, it didn’t achieve what it intended to do. All it served to do at the time was to give the North and the army of the North a cause that they didn’t have before, a kind of John Brown cause of freedom, liberty for the blacks that they had not had before. Before, they had just been fighting to preserve the union, and that didn’t animate the army the way the idea of freedom animated it. The battle cry of freedom became their battle cry."