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  • Lightning

    Lightning

     January 04, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Benjamin Franklin flew a kite in a thunderstorm, and then he proved. . . exactly what? For most Americans, that snippet of historical lore is about all they know of Franklin’s revolutionary work in science. It then becomes a guessing game: “He discovered electricity!”—not true. “He discovered lightning!”—clearly not true. “He discovered that lightning and electricity were the same thing!”—closer to the truth, but by itself not a truthful representation of the revolution that Franklin accomplished.

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  • The American Presidency vs The British Empire

    The American Presidency vs The British Empire

     January 02, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    The fight to secure President Trump’s second term and to stop the emplacement of a Biden-Harris globalist-run satrapy into the U.S. Presidency is but an extension of the centuries-long battle between the British Empire and our Constitutional Republic. President Trump has been under attack by a foreign oligarchy, presently centered in the modern British Empire, with financial headquarters in the City of London and Wall Street, and with a political “sub-headquarters” in what has become known as the “swamp” or “deep state.”

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  • “We Hold These Truths to Be Self-Evident. . . .”

    “We Hold These Truths to Be Self-Evident. . . .”

     December 26, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    This is the story of how America became a Beacon of Hope and a Temple of Liberty for her citizens and for all of humanity, and the leadership role of Benjamin Franklin in bringing this about. This story, on the surface, deals with slavery, but that is not the real subject. The central question is, “What does it mean to be an American?” and what are the principles that define the nature of our Republic? Are those principles universal? Do they encompass each of us?

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  • A Nation Built on Discovery

    A Nation Built on Discovery

     December 19, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    Human happiness and scientific progress are inseparable. The secret of America is that ours is a Republic based on Science. As Lyndon LaRouche once described this: “Since our national beginnings in such places as the Massachusetts Bay Colony’s mid-seventeenth-century development, until the close of the 1960s, ‘being an American’ signified an exuberant commitment to fostering and enjoying the benefits of scientific and technological progress.”

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  • Franklin in Paris: December, 1776—July, 1785 The Power of Patriotism

    Franklin in Paris: December, 1776—July, 1785 The Power of Patriotism

     December 14, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    Patriotism is the most powerful of strategic weapons. It springs forth from within the soul of the slumbering individual, to awaken a morality, a courage, which is sacred. It is the wellspring from which an aroused people can be mobilized in defense of the nation, her posterity and the principles which guide her destiny.

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  • Franklin’s Deplorables

    Franklin’s Deplorables

     December 07, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    One can still hear the catcalls of Hillary Clinton and her acolytes from 2016, snickering and mocking the supporters of Donald Trump as “deplorables,” an arrogance which made her the most hated woman in America. An intelligent person might think that those elitists would have learned from that disastrous blunder. But no. During the four years of the Trump presidency, the indignant demand of the elite class—that only they are qualified to rule—has only grown in its self-righteous ferocity. From New York City, Hollywood, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Washington DC and those living in the gated communities and wealthy enclaves which surround many of our other major cities, the super-rich’s derision of mom & pop America is now more visceral than ever.

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  • Independence

    Independence

     December 02, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    As the month of December unfolds, we American patriots must steel ourselves for the fight required in the days ahead—and the actions that must be taken to secure victory. Here, as a lesson to guide us, we present Benjamin Franklin’s leadership in the days leading up to American Independence. What is written below is not just history. Consider our situation today. Are we to be ground into the dust by a modern-day British Empire? To live under the diktats of a near-hereditary global oligarchy, who actually govern from Davos, the City of London, Silicon Valley and various agencies of the United Nations,—who then dictate policy to national governments? Are we destined to be the slaves and serfs of a self-appointed global elite?

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  • Leadership at a Time of Crisis

    Leadership at a Time of Crisis

     November 28, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    As of this writing, the official outcome of the U.S. Presidential election, under the provisions of the U.S. Constitution, is still not decided. Millions of Americans are in the streets demanding that the vote fraud which occurred on Nov. 3 be overturned. The President’s legal team is fighting tenaciously in the courts to achieve that aim, and President Trump himself, despite the almost unanimous opposition of a treasonous news media, continues to defend Constitutional law.

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  • 1774: Franklin in the Cockpit—Face to Face Against Empire

    1774: Franklin in the Cockpit—Face to Face Against Empire

     November 24, 2020 ·  

    On November 19, 2020, at a press briefing by President Trump’s legal team, Sidney Powell declared that the current battle to overturn the massive vote fraud in the Presidential election “is the 1775 of our generation and beyond.” This statement is neither an exaggeration nor rhetoric. It accurately describes the revolutionary moment before us and the responsibilities which lie on each of us. As in the months prior to the Declaration of Independence, we are now confronted with a bestial imperial faction intent upon crushing all opposition to a globalist agenda of economic looting, dictatorial rule and cultural subversion.

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  • A Vignette Concerning Benjamin Franklin

    A Vignette Concerning Benjamin Franklin

     November 17, 2020 ·  

    In a spirit of harmony with President Trump’s directive to call forth the teaching of actual American history in our schools, I offer here the first in a series of vignettes on the lessons that may be learned from the life of Benjamin Franklin. Franklin built and led a successful revolution, the greatest revolution in human history. In our fight today, if we wish to succeed—to save the American Republic, to create a happier, more productive future—we should learn from what he did. We need neither bravado nor defeatism; rather, we must improve our own capabilities and recruit others to the same historic mission. In doing so, we also remind ourselves as to the true purpose of the United States of America.

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