HIGH TAX OF IGNORANCE: the need for a renaissance of real “thinkers” on American ideals

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An American QuizBy Lisa Fabrizio | The American SpectatorIs it all over in America? This is a question that has been asked, I suppose, since its founding. It is reported that when Ben Franklin was asked after the Constitutional Convention in 1787, if America was a republic or a monarchy he replied, “A republic…If you can keep it.” So, even at the birth of our nation, there were doubts as to the feasibility of a government whose powers were reserved to “We, the People.” Never had a great nation survived without a group or groups of individuals seizing the reins and using governmental power to strip the rights from the people.What is needed to stem the tide of encroaching cradle-to-grave government control of our lives is a series of hard questions put to the American people, to shake them out of their complacency and ignorance. Simply put and honestly asked, these are but a few suggestions for those who would hope to hold back the wave of Socialism that is well-past licking at our shores.

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