February 1, 2015

The Law of Nature and of Nature’s God

Do you know how many new laws you’re expected to obey in 2015? Whatever the number, when we combine all lawmaking activities at the federal, state, and local levels, we Read More…

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The Monroe Doctrine

The Final Act for American Independence One cannot read the writings of the Founders without discovering that a most singular and important feature of the settlers of America was their Read More…

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Should we Teach True History in our Schools?

Should we Teach True History or Revised History in our Nation’s Schools? As some of you are aware, in addition to my work with NCCS, I am also the founder Read More…

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June 1, 2014

Understanding America’s Political Spectrum

In a few days Americans will be celebrating Independence Day, but most will take a day off of work and enjoy a backyard barbeque or go to the lake or Read More…

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May 1, 2014

Who Really Owns America’s Land?

Who Really Owns America’s Land? Under English common law, a most unique significance was attached to the unalienable right of possessing, developing, and disposing of property. Land and the products Read More…

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July 17, 2013

Common Core vs. Heritage Academy’s Standards

View Cart Common Core vs. Heritage Academy’s Standards Note: A number of states have adopted the new and mostly unknown Common Core Standards for K-12 education. Nearly all of the Read More…

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March 17, 2013

The Seventeenth Amendment

The Seventeenth Amendment and the Destruction of Federalism One of the most heated topics in all of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 concerned the protection of the states from an Read More…

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February 17, 2013

Understanding Federalism

View Cart Understanding Federalism: A Key to Solving America’s Problems The American system of government, as established by the Founders, was unique in all the world. Founder James Wilson expressed Read More…

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July 17, 2012

The Power to Tax…

View Cart “The Power to Tax is the Power to Destroy” These are the words of Daniel Webster and Chief Justice John Marshall who lived in the days of the Read More…

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May 17, 2012

Proper Lawmaking…

View Cart A Statesman’s Guide to Proper Lawmaking Just ten years before Thomas Jefferson died and after many years of observing people in offices of political power, he commented: “Our Read More…

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