I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery. -Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States (H/T: The Truth About Guns)
Only when you consider the older man’s education (you know, when it actually taught actually history and actual civics and not this PC crap we see in the top panel). The South deemed their slaves to be property but wanted them also counted as people for representation. The North said – ok, if your slaves …
One of the issues with slavery from the founding of the nation (leading up to and past the civil war) is that there was a class of persons who did not believe or could not be convinced that their slaves were human beings. In their eyes, they were not people, so the idea of granting them rights made …
Forcing workers to pay tribute to earn a living is slavery, it is immoral and un-American.
Forced unionization puts worker interests below the interests of union bosses and politicians.
Tell NH Senators and Representatives to over-ride Governor Lynch’s veto of the Right-to-Work law!