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Decision to rewrite the Proclamation described as a bad joke

Sinn Féin TD Aengus Ó Snodaigh has welcomed the government’s new programme of events to commemorate the Centenary of the 1916 Rising describing it as a marked improvement on what the Government had previously announced albeit late in the day. 326 more words


CPAC: Conservative Atheists Fear Theocracy

The anger, fear, and outrage in his voice was palpable, especially when looking into his eyes. The intensity in his glare expressed either fear or hatred – or both… 1,766 more words

You Can’t Spin Jefferson

Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore, The Godless Constitution: A Moral Defense of the Secular State (New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company, 2005), 15-16: … 262 more words

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On Cursive Writing


While many may have written in cursive in the past, the new, digitally-dominated era we are living in has clearly changed the way we write, leading to the saddening decline of a treasured skill. 540 more words

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Free Friday: National Archives, USA

The one place that I’ve always wanted to visit is the National Archives in Washington DC. The previous times we were in DC, the line was so long that it wrapped around the National Archives building. 162 more words


Surpassing the Father

99 men signed the Declaration of Independence and Constitution… a group we consider the Founders.  Plenty has been written about what set this generation apart- today, it seems most writers attempt to separate them for alleged transgressions.  160 more words


Are rights from God. . . or man? Part II

After Chris Cuomo’s quarrel with Judge Roy Moore, another media-type has expressed her belief that rights come from man. In response to Sen. Ted Cruz  209 more words