Monthly Archives: March 2013

FDR’s Freedom from Fear

The Bulletin Posted Mar 25, 2013 @ 11:59 PM Norwich, Conn. — Fearing for American lives and national security during W.W.II, President Roosevelt unconstitutionally imprisoned citizens, mostly Japanese Americans. Although the majority were of legal status, having established lives and … Continue reading

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DO POLITICAL PROTESTS MATTER? EVIDENCE FROM THE TEA PARTY MOVEMENT

A recent report from Harvard Kennedy School, American Enterprise Institute (AEI), and Stockholm University offers a study of the effects of protest rallies on voter turnout and public policy, and in particular the Tea Party movement which they define as … Continue reading

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Chipping Away at Our Liberty

Letter to the Editor: Fearing for American lives and national security during WWII, President Roosevelt unconstitutionally imprisoned citizens, mostly Japanese Americans. Although the majority were of legal status, having established lives and paid taxes, they were rounded up in 1943 … Continue reading

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It was February 2009 when my family hit rock-bottom. Little did I know that, one year later, TIME Magazine would name me one of the world’s Most Influential people for my role as a leader in the…

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Fey: Second Ammendment not about Hunting

By Martin Fey, For The Bulletin, Posted Feb 01, 2013 A liberal simply can’t accept anything that runs counter to his or her personal vision of a proper world order. That explains why these people, including our supposed constitutional-scholar president, can’t … Continue reading

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