Posts Tagged ‘John Adams’
 

 

Getting A Fair Share

By Nathan Tucker In his closing remarks during last week’s presidential debate, President Obama candidly described America as a place where “everybody’s getting a fair shot.  And everybody’s getting a fair share....
by Nathan W. Tucker

 
 

Appel Dissected

How, exactly, did Justice Appel, joined by Justice Hecht, find an unenumerated constitutional right to a free and meaningful public education in King v. State of Iowa?  Simple really.  It only took 77 pages of references to t...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 
 

Why I’m Running: Restoring the Generational Compact

Written by Ben Lange, Candidate for U.S. Congress (IA-01) On Saturday, April 26th, 1777, a 41-year-old John Adams, while serving in the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, wrote to his wife Abigail of 12 years: “Posteri...
by The Iowa Republican

 

 

National Constitution Day

Today is national Constitution Day. On September 17, 1787 the U.S. Constitution was signed, becoming the supreme law of the United States. Congress passed legislation in 2004 changing the observation of what had been known as C...
by Polly Twocents

 
 
 

Happy (Founding) Father’s Day!

Enjoy this mix of quotes from Founding Fathers and modern day thoughts on fatherhood… I hope some future day will bring me the happiness of seeing my family again collected under our own roof, happy in ourselves and blessed i...
by TEApublican