Thursday, February 18

This Constitution Ideals Conserved by Conservative Leaders- Washington Post photo & article

Marshall, Meese & Me...Washington Biographer John Marshall, Attorney General Ed Meese & Washington Biographer and Reenactor James Renwick Manship, Sr. (sporting his Jefferson Memorial necktie) at William and Mary Marshall-Wythe School of Law meeting of The Federalist Society on 19 April a.d. 2006

The Spirit of George Washington (also known as James Renwick Manship, Sr. of Box 76, Mount Vernon, Virginia) observes with joy the first man to sign the Mount Vernon Statement, President Reagan Attorney General Ed Meese, with Heritage President Ed Feulner, next in line waiting to sign the Mount Vernon Statement.

Later, "George Washington" wrote a "revision" or rather an extension called the "Mount Vernon Statement of Statesmanship".

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