Archive for the 'U.S. Constitution' Category

27 May, 2012

Posted by Socrates in 'Greatest Generation', America, American Revolution, Jew World Order, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, military, militias, New World Order, propaganda, Roosevelt, Socrates, U.S. Constitution, U.S. government, war, war as a racket, War On Israel's Enemies, war propaganda, World War I, World War II at 10:02 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: dead U.S. soldiers, World War I) This Memorial Day, let us remember all of the wars that America didn’t have to fight and all of the men who nonetheless died fighting them. You know, this may sound like an odd question, but, does America need a military? According to the wording of the U.S. […]

4 July, 2011

Posted by Socrates in "Founding Fuck-Ups", American Revolution, Founders America, history, History for newbies, jewed finance, Jewish warmongering, Revolutionary War, Socrates, Thomas Jefferson, U.S. Constitution at 3:08 pm | Permanent Link

I admit that, when I first heard the term “Founding Fuck-Ups” used to describe America’s founders, I didn’t agree with it. I had never viewed people like Thomas Jefferson as losers. Now I understand the reasons for the use of that term. The founders made mistakes – serious mistakes. They should have been much more […]

29 April, 2009

Posted by Socrates in Fourteenth Amendment, illegal immigration, immigration, public skools, Socrates, Supreme Court, U.S. Constitution at 10:04 pm | Permanent Link

Checking the citizenship status of students who attend American schools is against the law, according to a horrible 1982 court ruling. (The court ruling – called Plyler v. Doe – apparently only applies to minors. However, since the Plyler ruling was based on the 14th Amendment, it isn’t legit, since that Amendment wasn’t properly ratified): […]

17 December, 2007

Posted by Socrates in Affirmative Action, Ron Paul, Socrates, U.S. Constitution at 6:13 pm | Permanent Link

The great thing about Ron Paul is that his support base is almost unlimited. For example, while Candidate A will get mostly Republican support, and Candidate B will get mostly Democrat support, Paul will get support from nearly every segment of society: liberal, moderate, conservative, young, old, vegetarian, veteran, and so forth. That fact no […]