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The last thing we want to do is restrict free speech, but we do have to have a standard of civility.  We ask that the content of posts be respectful.  No vulgarity or foul expletives will be allowed.   No ads for products and services will be allowed unless first approved by the management.

Founders Keep is a discussion and reading group focused on the founding documents and other readings.The goal is to become informed and to educate ourselves as to the goals and vision of the Founders. This is not a political page, just a page to share and learn our history.

Members can post things related to 1. history, 2. the founding documents, 3. personalities of the founding era and 4. articles recent in time as long as it relates to one of the first three.

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