I spend a great deal of time reading what our founders actually had to say about liberty, and the proper role of government. I do not read what historians tell me the founders thought, mostly because I have learned those historians do not know. Instead, I like to read what the founders actually had to say about things. It is how I came to understand that very, very few of us in our society agree with them on much of anything. For example, I ask you to consider what Benjamin Franklin had to say about ‘Freedom of the Press,’ then think about what his words have to say about our media today:
“If by the liberty of the press were understood merely the liberty of discussing the propriety of public measures and political opinions, let us have as much of it as you please: But if it means the liberty…
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Hey…..after much searching and clandestine operations I found them “Russian hackers” of the DNC !!
Whoddathunk …. they look drunk with happiness over their success: