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  • To paraphrase Thomas Paine, these truly are times that try progressives 'souls -- times that, as I said, I will be documenting more fully in my book out in the Spring of 2008.

    With "Progressives" Like These, Who Needs Enemies?

  • Hard times, to paraphrase Thomas Paine, try our souls.

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  • To paraphrase Thomas Paine "Those that would secure their liberty must guard even their enemy from opposition, otherwise they set a precedent which utilimately reaches themselves."

    Wimmera Mail Times

  • To paraphrase Thomas Paine "Those that would secure their liberty must guard even their enemy from opposition, otherwise they set a precedent which utilimately reaches themselves."

    The Canberra Times

  • By "Thomas Paine" The Ohio GOP will soon push "breakthrough" legislation requiring the official execution of Medicare recipients, according to a fictional source within the...

    Harvey Wasserman: Ohio GOP Will Eliminate Medicare Recipients

  • In their honor, in renewed protest against this absurd Prohibition, Passions of the Patrios, by "Thomas Paine," is now being published.

    Harvey Wasserman: This President's Day, Remember that George Washington Raised Hemp & Probably Smoked it

  • Political saints and heroes such as Thomas Paine, Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King and Andrei Sakharov are not renowned for their "moderation."

    "The Left"

  • All of these signers are part of the Founding Fathers, and they do not include such important contributors such as Thomas Paine, Patrick Henry, and Paul Revere–also part of the FF.

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  • All of these signers are part of the Founding Fathers, and they do not include such important contributors such as Thomas Paine, Patrick Henry, and Paul Revere–also part of the FF.

    What Would the Founding Fathers Do? (WWFFD?)

  • A U.S. soldier, writing under the name "Thomas Paine" at Human Events this morning, takes apart the Pat Buchanan column to which I responded here.

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  • "Hannah Griffitts supported the early protests but balked at war. As a loyalist, she lambasted Tom Paine and defended tory womanhood against his aspersions:

    Of female Manners never scribble,

    Nor with thy Rudeness wound our Ear,

    Howe'er thy trimming Pen may quibble,

    The Delicate—is not thy Sphere.

    —Susan E. Klepp, Revolutionary Conceptions: Women, Fertility, and Family Limitation in America, 1760–1820 (Chapel Hill, N.C.: The University of North Carolina Press, for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2009), 92

    June 18, 2010