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This Day In Founding Fathers History – 24 January

This Day in Founding Founders History - Where we bring you important dates in the lives and history of the Founding Generation. On this day in 1639, the Fundamental Orders was adopted by representatives of Wethersfield, Windsor and Hartford, three colonial Connecticut towns.
24
January 2015

Madison Explains It All: Why Ted Cruz Can Or Cannot Run For President

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - There's an ongoing discussion of whether or not Ted Cruz is eligible for running for President... even though he has not announced is running as of yet. Certainly he meets the requirements for being a Senator, but does he meet the requirements for being a President? Let's let James Madison explain... According to Mr. Madison the "natural born citizen" requirement does not necessarily mean that he was born on U.S. soil. The question is more about the loyalty of ones parents? If ones parents are loyal to another country when that person is born then they may not be considered a natural born citizen. Read more about what Madison wrote here in today's Project 76 post and be sure and check out today's Founders TV for more of Mike's take on this and sign up for a Founders Pass to get all of the Founders TV and much more!
14
August 2013

Interview with Mark Steyn

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - There's a lot more to Mike's interview with Mark Steyn, from Christmas albums to American banking, but this quote just about sums it up: "We have a man under Mrs. Obama’s anti-obesity campaign, a man who sits in a basement in Washington somewhere who is the commissar of school lunches for a nation of 300 million people. A couple months back, he reduced the maximum calorie intake in an American school lunch from 785 calories to 700 calories. Nuts to that. How do we arrive in a world where 300 million people think it’s necessary to subcontract the calorific intake of their middle schoolers to a bureaucrat in Washington? This stuff is nuts. Your grandfather, your great grandparents -- your great, great, great grandparents landed in wilderness and hacked their way through the wilderness and cut down trees and built a cabin. You’re not responsible enough to decide the calorific intake of your sixth grader? This stuff is nuts." Check out the transcript for more...
28
September 2012