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The Battle Still Rages

September 21, 2009
Timothy Baldwin

The battles in America have almost gone unchanged since 1936 — and even, before. They are battles for the mind, the soul and the heart. They are battles of philosophy and understanding.

On May 26, 1936, constitutional professor of Princeton University, Edward Samuel Corwin, penned these words in his book, “The Commerce Power Verses States Rights: Back to the Constitution”:

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  1. Joe Toman permalink
    October 3, 2009 7:08 pm

    Thanks for a great article. The lines are indeed drawn in the sand. Corporations or individuals. People or Esquire Bankers.

    My only objection is that you seem to cling to the CON stitution that makes us pay the bankers over and over again.

    This con stitution and the treties are the law fo the land — the treaties are what give the bankers the power to do as they do. The city of london and all that conspiracy stuff. If you think the founding fathers were somehow better than the current idiots in politics, you are mistaken.

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