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Monday, December 3rd, 2012

Time for an Article Five Convention?

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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Why should we have an Article Five Convention? Well, let's look at what happened on Thanksgiving and the day after, Black Friday, just as an example: on Black Friday, the US Treasury increased the National Debt by over $24 Billion dollars, divide that by each household in the United states and it comes out to over $200. So even if you didn't go out to Best Buy to spend money you don't have, the Nationa….Continue

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The very objection evinces the folly of trusting the decision of this dispute to posterity, who, familiarized to oppression, will never resist it, and who, by long use, will be accustomed to look upon every badge of slavery with as little horror as we do upon the Navigation Acts.

Thomson Mason