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Ali Baba Had a Band of Forty Thieves

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Al Baba was the leader of a band of forty thieves, while Congress is a band of 435 thieves. It is obvious that the thieves working for the…Continue

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Comment by John Anthony B. Crooks on November 11, 2019 at 12:34am

Arnold Toynbee was a famed historian who wrote the 12 Volume History of Civilizations throughout recorded history. Here he illustrates how 19 of 21 civilizations first destroyed themselves from within before a mortal enemy ever struck a mortal blow. The point here is "Altruism" is a very key virtue. This virtue is the whole point of The word "Constitution," which is synonym for the word contract!

Comment by Morton IX on July 17, 2019 at 5:53am

Comment by ronald charles vrooman on June 30, 2019 at 10:38pm

When the State of Oregon and the National Archives and the Library of Congress are unable to produce the Oregon Statehood documents and the only document they have is an 1857 Territorial Constitution that was sent to DC. Then Oregon is still a Territory as there is no proof  in the form of a contract between the several states and the Oregon Territory.


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