April 8, 2012
These were the most-read articles at American Clarion last week. These are the ones people most wanted to read and talk about. If you missed one the first time around, this is your chance to get caught up before the new week sweeps in tomorrow.
Merchant Seaman In 1798, Health Care On Federal Enclaves, And Really Silly Journalists (Publius Huldah) – A little knowledge is a dangerous thing; and no one illustrates this Principle better than Forbes’ writer Rick Unger in his article, “Congress Passes Socialized Medicine and Mandates Health Insurance – In 1798”, Washington Post writer Greg Sargent and Georgetown University history professor Adam Rothman.
To read more click: American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Apr. 7, 2012
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