“We’d be fools not to welcome in the liberty movement,” Mr. Priebus said in a video at ConstitutionalWar.org after being asked for the RNC’s message to Ron Paul backers. “I want to reach out. We’re not going to grow our party by closing doors.”
Madison was a strong proponent of small government and feared the ability of the federal government to overreach. In early 1786, Madison wrote of the need for distinct divisions of government power — the legislative, executive and judicial branches — in order for the republic to survive.
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