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The Medlock Post Endeavors to Educate, Entertain, Enlighten, and Empower everyone concerning America and Her Greatness.

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There is a growing faction of elite ?progressives,? however, who deride both the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. In their telling, these venerable documents are old, dusty, and out of date. These radicals want to... more

The Founding Fathers relied on their faith in the Creator to write the Constitution of the United States based on Judeo-Christian Values. These Judeo-Christian Values developed in the Colonist to produce a ?Public Virtue? which led them to... more

When the 45 goals of Communism were published and made known, they were received in some quarters with skepticism, in others with abhorrence. For the most part, Americans believed that such blatantly-declared assaults on the... more

We are in a post constitutional moment in our country. Our constitutional institutions, understandings, and practices have all been transformed, over decades, away from the words on the paper into a new arrangement.

America is being attacked from many sides right now. But the fight is on, and We the People will prevail.

The English philosopher and political theorist John Locke (1632-1704) laid much of the groundwork for the Enlightenment and made central contributions to the development of liberalism.

Modern Americans have long since forgotten the heated and sometimes violent debates which took place in the thirteen colonies between 1775 and 1776 over the issue of morality. As Franklin wrote: ?Only a virtuous people are capable... more

Teacher: Students Crave Ethics Instruction: Annie Holmquist, Intellectual Takeout High school English teacher Paul Barnwell made two interesting observations yesterday in The Atlantic. The first was that his students have no moral... more

Why was education so important to the founders of the American Republic? America's Founders believed deeply that education was integral to the survival and success of the republican experiment they created, which has resulted in... more

Milton Friedman: ?One major social problem is clearly the deterioration of our educational system. Next to the military, education is the largest socialist industry in the United States. Total government spending on schooling—I call... more

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