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This is where to find great US politics sites -- for students, for history buffs -- whatever your interest in US politics, your best chance for finding it is here!
   World Libertarian Order Preview Go
Worldwide organization stressing natural sequence in attainment of peace on Earth. Absolute individual liberty with race and culture preservation, leads to prosperity, which in turn leads to peace. Establish free enterprise everywhere. Ongoing prosperity and peace will then follow naturally.
   Monday Never Comes Preview Go
also known as Joseph Dunphy's Soapbox. A blog focusing on ... I'm still working that one out, but Centrist politics has and will continue to be one of the areas of concentration. The failures of Lassez-Faire on the Internet and elsewhere will be another. Trying to figure out why Webring won't display the title of my site will be a third. :)


   Jimmy Carter 2004 Democratic National Convention Speech Preview Go
President Jimmy Carter's 2004 Democratic Convention Speech.
   Franklin Pierce Quotes Preview Go
Franklin Pierce Quotes, 14th President of the US, In His own Words.
   Give Me Liberty Preview Go
This site is a treatise advocating a laissez faire market economy and individual rights. It details the true and secret history of America, which includes the fraud of the Federal Reserve System.
   The Frog Blog. Eco-Talk! Preview Go
FrogBook.com is a blog that discusses the latest news on the environment, wildlife, animal rights, and science in general; their political and social implications will be deconstructed and debated - hopefully with a degree of frog-humor. Post your comments!






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