U.S. Constitution

Let’s keep the Electoral College in Georgia

In a recent column in The Telegraph, Steve Berman wrote the Georgia Legislature was considering “giving up our state’s sovereignty” by proposing House Bill 929 that would elect the president by the popular vote without an Electoral College. He is correct. The American founders, including James Madison, the master builder of the Constitution, opposed direct mass …

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Concerns remain on calls for a “Convention of States” to restore the nation

There is a Cuban proverb that reads: Dime con quien andas y te dire quien eres, which roughly translates: “Tell me who your friends are, and I will tell you who you are.” For those who have not studied the issues and ramifications of convening a Constitutional Convention, now referred to as “Convention of States” …

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John Quincy Adams — From Child Prodigy and Diplomat to U.S President and Militant Abolitionist!

John Quincy Adams (2012) by Harlow Giles Unger is a well written and well-researched book that brings to light the sixth president of the United States, and the only son of a Founding Father to become president — John Quincy Adams. The Adams family was not only to give birth to several American statesmen, but …

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Faria: A Constitutional Convention — Not the Way to Amend the U.S. Constitution!

Recently, Bill Ferguson, a local columnist in The Macon Telegraph, opined it is “time to call for a new constitutional convention.” To make his points, he tells us about the public’s general dissatisfaction with the state of affairs in our nation, and then tries to scare us to death with the frightening scenarios of a …

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The UN and Gun Rights — Taking a Soporific or Guarding the Precious Jewel?

In a recent article, Bill Ferguson, a local columnist for The Telegraph (Macon, Georgia), attempts to give readers a strong political soporific, as to deaden their need to remain informed and vigilant when it comes to guarding their Second Amendment rights from usurpation by a UN treaty.(1) But before that, he takes a swipe at …

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