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Admin01.08.2021

King George III or Donald Trump? Reading the Declaration of Independence in 2019

Taylor, Jerry; Becker, Daniel July 30, 2005.
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Admin30.06.2021

Churches, tax exemption, and the common good

It has also called for total abolition of the , and has argued that it should be replaced with reduced business regulations to create more jobs, and argues that private charities are fully capable of replacing it.
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Admin11.09.2021

Cato Institute

October 5, 2012, at the• Navigate Post-Censorship Social Media with Confidence From Parler and Gab to MeWe and Bitchute, learn everything you need to know from my brief guide to the various sites where free speech still lives allegedly , and how they stack up to the more mainstream competition like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
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Admin02.08.2021

Cato Institute

, vice president for legal affairs• Ames, Mark April 20, 2012.
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Admin12.09.2021

King George III or Donald Trump? Reading the Declaration of Independence in 2019

James Bovard, July 11, 2007, at the , Policy Analysis no.
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Admin23.08.2021

Paul Matzko

Bleier, Karen October 27, 2008.
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Admin22.08.2021

Churches, tax exemption, and the common good

———————— That is just a sampling of the twenty-eight specific grievances listed in the Declaration of Independence, but the Trump administration seems determined to violate the general spirit of the document as well.
Admin27.06.2021

Cato Institute

A group of lawyers, farmers, and merchants defied the most powerful empire in the world by producing a single sheet of paper containing a list of political grievances and a declaration of abstract philosophical principles.
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Admin24.08.2021

Paul Matzko

Cato Unbound, a web-only publication that features a monthly open debate among four people.
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Admin25.07.2021

King George III or Donald Trump? Reading the Declaration of Independence in 2019

November 2015, abgerufen am 10.
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Admin08.08.2021

Churches, tax exemption, and the common good

Kindly Inquisitors: The New Attacks on Free Thought , 1993, a Cato co-pub with University of Chicago Press• Cato relocated first to , , in 1977, then to Washington, D.
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