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Protecting Democracy From the Democrats

Let me first begin by stating that America is not a democracy; it is a constitutional republic. Matter of fact, in Article IV, Section 4 of our Constitution, known as the “Guarantee Clause,” the federal government is supposed to guarantee to every State in the Union a “Republican form of government.” Now, that does not mean a Republican party, but rather the form of governance associated with that of a Republic. As you recall, Benjamin Franklin when asked what form of government the founders created, replied “a republic, if you can keep it.“Our Republic is grounded in our rule of law, the Constitution, and individual rights, freedoms, and liberties. The mechanism by which we sustain this longest running constitutional republic the world has ever known is through democratic principles and institutions, but America is not a democracy. That is not what our founding fathers wanted for this nation. A pure democracy lends itself to a mobocracy of majority dominance, where one group …

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