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Tag: Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Politics

A Friendly Suggestion For The Democratic Party

In order to comply with the cultural standards of today, the Democratic Party must change its name or else be tainted by its oppressive historical baggage.

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History

If Democrats Don’t Have Jefferson and Jackson, Who’s Left?

If Jefferson and Jackson aren’t good enough for Democrats, who else could possibly make the cut?

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Culture

Why Words Matter For Defending Freedom

We can’t talk to each other if the words we’re using mean different things. Corrupt language steals freedom, even just by the act of redefining it.

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History

Hillary Clinton Could Turn The White House Into Another Slumber Party

Although the 2016 election is only just beginning, Hillary Clinton already looks to emulate the Roosevelts in her plans for the White House.

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Humour

A Modest Proposal For Handling Offensive Place Names

Virtually everyone who lived before the present probably held opinions of one sort or another that some of us find offensive. Off with their names!

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History

Hating Alexander Hamilton: An American Tradition

Dropping Alexander Hamilton from the ten-dollar bill is nothing new. Democrats have been trying to get rid of Hamilton for centuries.

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History

Republicans Should Stop Promoting ‘Laboratories of Democracy’

Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis coined the phrase ‘laboratories of democracy’ to describe the ideal preface to complete central planning.

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Law

The Supreme Court’s Reign Of Terror, 1937-1944

A flood of Supreme Court decisions between 1937 and 1944 completely reordered American society and the Constitution itself.

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Humour

What If Other Presidents Spoke Like Barack Obama?

President Obama is ready to ‘get stuff done.’ How presidential.

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The Federalist Today

How We Can Choose A Constitutional President In A Celebrity Age

Electing a president who limits himself according to the Constitution requires finding a more modest candidate.

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