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Monday, February 11th, 2013

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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Not since 1415 has a Pope stepped down from his position, well now in 2013, almost 600 years later, that has changed. Pope Benedict XVI has announced he will retire effective February 28 and a successor could be elected by Easter. Usually a Pope serves until his death, obviously this is how history has done this for the last 600 years, but Pope Benedict is citing health reasons for stepping aside and l….Continue

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Was Secession A Constitutional Right? 1868 Book Concluded It Was. "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 Previous to the War of 1861 (1868) Get the Book Here

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