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Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Even The English Knew The Constitution Made Secession Legal

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Mandeville, LA - Written by Mike Church - A recent temper tantrum made its way onto the editorial pages of the NY Times by Louis Michael Seidman, a man claiming to be a professor of Constitutional Law at Georgetown University titled "Let's Give Up on the Constitution". What Lincoln Killed Preview: President Jefferson Approves of the Northern States Seceding In this dystopian view of the founding of our current union turned mobocracy, Seidman points to Americans' alleged devoti….Continue

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