Lincoln’s Unconstitutional Thanksgiving Decree

Contrary to Mr. Lincoln’s Thanksgiving decree, the United States of America requires a separation between church and state.






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‘Mortgaging Our Future’ and ‘Too Big to Fail?’

Both Gen. George McClellan and the third-party group “Economic Freedom Foundation” attack President Lincoln’s economic policy (specifically the National Currency Acts.)











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Two Appeals to President Lincoln

Two appeals to President Lincoln: One from the 501(c)(4) “War Widows for Peace” and one from Horace Greeley, editor of the “New York Tribune.”











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Believe In The Union

On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln delivered his inaugural address. He promised he would protect slavery…











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Unconstitutional Abe

“The Constitution of the United States. The founding document of our nation. The law of the land. Until now…”











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Lincoln’s Homestead Act: A Redistribution of America’s Wealth

Lincoln signed the Homestead Act May 20, 1862. On the second anniversary of this legislation, General McClellan’s attack ad dismisses it as an Un-American redistribution of wealth.











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Four More Years?

Abraham Lincoln is asking for four more years. But are you better off now than you were four years ago?











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Repeal Land-Grant College Act. Oust Abe.

Sponsored by the Society for the Preservation of Heritage and Civility.











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The Cost of Lincoln’s War

Under Lincoln, more casualties and Washington interference in states rights. Under McClellan, peace with the South; the Union restored…











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