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The Democratic-Republican Party was the American political party in the 1790s that Thomas Jefferson and James Madison formed in opposition to the centralizing policies of the Federalist party

James Madison Poster, It will be of little avail to the people if the laws are so voluminous that they cannot be read, or so incoherent that they cannot be understood

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Republican 2016 candidates back Indiana's 'religious freedom' law -

James Madison one our greatest leaders at the beginning of our young nation. How surprised he would be to see religion being used by the Republican Party to garner votes for their corporate takeover by the Koch brothers.

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Arguments For And Against Christianity

All can worship, or not, as they please--this is America! Keep religion out of government!!


Republican Party Christened by James Madison In September 1792, James Madison coined the term Republican Party in an essay, A Candid State of Parties, published in the National Gazette of Philadelphia. Although the Jeffersonian-Republican Party drew strength from the Anti-Federalists, no one had more claim to the authorship of the federal Constitution than did Madison, one of the founders of the JeffeFormation of Political Parties - Creating the United States | Exhibitions - Library of…

The First Steps of a Nascent Government and The Rise of Political Parties (1791-1800)  Parties in the 1970s: 1) The Federalists John Adams (Massachusetts), Alexandre Hamilton (New York). 2) The Democratic-Republicans James Madison (Virginia), Thomas Jefferson (Virginia).  The Federalist Philosophy: (02:27 Audio File) 1) Human Nature is Selfish By nature, humans are selfish. They always …

At no time in history has the United States had such a high percentage of theocratic members of Congress - those who expressly endorse religious bias in law. As Sean Faircloth argues in this deeply sobering yet highly engaging book, this has led to the crumbling of the countrys most cherished founding principle - the wall of separation between church and state.

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Dolly Madison, wife of the fourth President of the United States, James Madison, and friend of the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson. Born in Greensboro, NC on May 20, 1768.


Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson (April 13, 1743 - July 4, 1826) was the third (1801 - 1809) President of the United States.  Order:  3rd President  Term of Office:  March 4, 1801 - March 4, 1809  Followed:  John Adams  Succeeded by:  James Madison  Date of Birth  April 13, 1743  Place of Birth:  Shadwell, Virginia  Date of Death:  July 4, 1826  Place of Death:  Monticello, Virginia  Wife:  Martha Wayles Jefferson  First Lady :  Martha Jefferson Randolph (daughter) …