Category Archives: American History

Illegal Imigration

  Illegal Immigration: Well functioning borders work like computer firewalls.  They let in the good, and keep the bad. Crossing the border illegally has been going on for many years. But the crossings have become an increasing problem, because our … Continue reading

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The Economy And Wars

When Nixon closed the gold window and refused to pay out any of our remaining 280 million ounces of gold. In essence, we declared our insolvency and everyone recognized some other monetary system had to be devised in order to … Continue reading

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The Constitution, Money And The Republic

Robert P. Hillmann is a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago, with a bachelor’s degree in history.  He did extensive research concerning the “New world Order”, and what is happening to the world economy. For anyone wanting to know, and … Continue reading

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Founding Father Quotes (and others) On Central Banks

Below are listed some quotes from the Founding Fathers (and others) concerning Central Banks (Federal Reserve / World Bank) Note: this page is still under construction, so check back with us for more information. “Without big banks, socialism would be … Continue reading

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The History Of Money And The Federal Reserve

A partial  audit of the Federal reserve revealed they have issued bailout money (at the expense of the American taxpayer) without knowledge or consent from the American people or Congress.  How is it even a remote possibility to believe we … Continue reading

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Understanding And Teaching The U.S. Constitution

Today an interesting and revealing question came from a home school child.  The comment/ question was as follows: “I know the Constitution is a living document, and can be changed two ways.  What are the two ways” I answered by … Continue reading

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American History And The U.S. Constitution

As a child I was not taught much about the U.S. Constitution, and for the past several years I have become enthusiastic about learning more.  Following are some links that have been most helpful, and ones I recommend to anyone … Continue reading

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