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Nullification and the Kentucky Resolution of 1798

Because the United States was founded as a constitutional republic, Americans of all eras frequently raise concerns about federal authority that bear resemblance to debates from earlier times in our history. Continue reading

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5 Reasons Non-Citizens Should Not Vote In New York City

When it comes to stepping up to the ballot box and casting a vote, it must only be those of us who by birth or by choice have accepted this country, and forsaken all others, who have direct control of our future. Continue reading

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