The Founding Principles

Founders’ Vision of Liberty

March 17, 2019 Guest Writer 0

Building a Free Nation The Founding Project begins a series of short articles dedicated to the founding of America and the ideals of the founding men and women whose vision formed a nation destined to be the the greatest experiment of freedom in the world.  Join The Founding Project for Part 1 of “Building a Great Nation”, The Founders’ Vision of Liberty and watch for the continuing parts on this website. Part 1 ~ Founders:  A Vision of Liberty People and patriots (not vast, impersonal forces) shape history out of the ideals they cherish in their hearts and the ideas and visions they have in their minds.  It is their passion, ideals and quest for freedom, […]

Civics

50 Ways to Leave Your Freedom

February 18, 2018 Maggie Dine 2

50 Ways to Leave Your Freedom (or How to Lose Your Freedom in 10 Days) Freedom…we talk about it often. It is also a commodity most Americans have always experienced.  Americans may even take freedom for granted.  We’ve not experienced horrific oppression or living as serfs with overlords.  It’s easy to recognize the peasant – lord or king – subject dynamic. But, could we recognize freedom being slowly whittled away from us? We saw how easy it was for movie star, Kate Hudson, to lose her boyfriend in a recent movie, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days”.  After luring a boyfriend, she slowly destroyed their relationship over the course of ten days. Prior […]

The Founding Principles

The Six Basic Constitution Principles

August 25, 2017 thefpAdmin 0

The Key Principles Powering Our Freedom The U.S. Constitution was constructed with Six (6) Basic Principles in Mind.   It is these basic guides that kept the authors of the Constitution on track and guided the content of the world’s greatest document of real freedom. Popular Sovereignty: Popular Sovereignty means “peoples’ rule” or that only the people empower the state or nation. “We the People”–the words at the beginning of The Constitution of the United States of America introduces popular sovereignty in the Constitution’s Preamble or introduction. The government of the United States was established by The People and the U. S. government derives its power solely from The People, the citizens of the United […]