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    The World Federalist Movement is a global citizens movement that advocates for strengthened and democratic world institutions subjected to the federalist principles of subsidiarity, solidarity and democracy. It states that "[w]orld federalists support the creation of democratic global structures accountable to the citizens of the world and call ...

  2. The Federalist Society invites to its events "capable liberal advocates to try to rebut conservative perspectives." The Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy is the Federalist Society's official journal, and a subscription is provided to members. The Federalist Society is a client of the public relations firm Creative Response Concepts.

  3. Oct 26, 2018 · Teaching the value of free thought matters now more than ever. Unfortunately, most American public schools take the opposite approach.

  4. Feb 08, 2020 · Most of the debates in the public square today have been influenced one way or another by Zinn’s ideology hidden in the guise of history. “Zinn’s propaganda has been spectacularly effective.

  5. Spencer describes the alt-right as a big-tent ideology that blends the ideas of neo-reactionaries (NRx-ers), who advocate a return to an antiquated, pseudo-libertarian government that supports “traditional western civilization;” “archeofuturists,” those who advocate for a return to “traditional values” without jettisoning the advances of society and technology; human biodiversity ...

  6. The 1870s and 80s also saw the rise of anti-Chinese nativism, which led to the Chinese Exclusion Act in 1882. This act banned the immigration of all Chinese workers. It remains the only law that has prevented all members of any ethnic group from immigrating to the United States.

  7. Dec 09, 2008 · Editor-in-chief, @FDRLST. Senior Journalism Fellow, @Hillsdale. Fox News Contributor. "Be lovers of freedom, and anxious for the fray!"

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