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Who was the real founder of the name Tae Kwon Do?

Gen Choi Hong Hi was the "real" founder of Taekwondo by either the name or the method that derives from the name "Taekyun" Note that there are multiple styles (most notably WTF and ITF) and they may attribute there founding to other masters.

What is the goal form a more perfect union?

so they will have no wars and have peace at last i really,no wait this is my dearm for me and you and no matter what color you are what relion you are what you think everybody is the hop to it thankssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

Was George Washington a republican or democratic president?

George Washington was absolutely a Republican. He and the other founding fathers formed a Constitutional REPUBLIC, they were very clear about that. The word Democrat is derived from the word Democracy. The founding fathers despised democracy.Article 4, Section 4 of the United States Constitution specifies that every State in the United States was to have a Republican form of government: "The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government…""Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide." -John Adams, 1814"The republican is the only form of government which is not eternally at open or secret war with the rights of mankind." -Thomas Jefferson, 1790"A primary object…should be the education of our youth in the science of government. In a republic, what species of knowledge can be equally important? And what duty more pressing on its legislature than to patronize a plan for communicating it to those who are to be the future guardians of the liberties of the country?" (The Real George Washington, p. 672)

Why did the founding fathers or framers write the constitution?

Before our founding fathers declared indipendence, acts, such-as the stamp act, the tea act, the intolorable acts ect., made the some of the colonist very upset, including the founding fathers. These acts are what caused the Revolutionary War. When the Revolutionary War was over, (which the U.S. obviously won) the colonies (now states actualy) became disorganized, nearly on the verge of anarchy. The Continintal Congress decided that a document was needed to unite the states more solidly. So they started writing the Constitution. When they wrote the Constitution, they did not want to be like England and make the same mistakes. So they looked at all the acts that started this whole thing and based a large portion on rights on not allowing anthing remotely resem-bling the acts. So in nutshell, the Constitution was written the way it was because the United States did not want to be like England. There is more to it, but that would take an entire text-book to fit al the information in.

What is the advantage and disadvantage of united nation?

The United Nations was born from its failed predecessor the League of Nations, and was the result of the Second World War. The founding members were generally motivated by the desire to avoid a destructive conflict such as this in the future. I support the United Nations, I think its an important diplomatic institution aimed at fostering global cooperation. But in reality power is often monopolized easpecially by the veto powers of the permanent seats on the Security Council, and you have to remember this body has no real power. You can ratify UN intiatives, but there is no real way to enforce them. I mean the UN peacekeeping missions is very important and has its merits without a doubt.

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Is the founding fathers restaurant in bones real?

Blackbuck near Farragut Square

Is the Royal Diner in Bones a real restaurant?

No, it is not actually a place in Washington DC. Its real location is on a Fox backlot studio called Mulberry Street which was originally constructed for Hello Dolly! Directly across the street from the Royal Diner the the Founding Fathers bar also used in the show Bones.

What is bones real name on the show bones?

Bones's real name is Joy Keenan but she goes by Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan.

What restaurant begin with the letter eye?

"Eye Spit" on you!! :) Real restaurant

Was the restaurant Mc Dowells a real restaurant in the movie Coming To America?

According to the site linked below, it was a Wendy's.

Are dogs bones real?

Yes, dogs have bones.

Wait SO the restaurant on Seinfeld is actually a real restaurant?

No, just a set.

What restaurant is in 50 first dates?

Unfortunately the restaurant is now dismantled and was not a real restaurant. It was just a movie set located in Kualoa. However, just a few miles down the road in Punaluu there is a real restaurant very similar to it called the Punaluu Restaurant.

What did our founding fathers do for a living?

The Founding Fathers helped out around the time of Boston Massacre in March of 1770 Holy christ. Are you serious!?! The Founding Fathers "helped out" around the time of the Boston Massacre!?!?! This has to be the most useless website in the history of the internet if answers such as this are allowed to be posted. My high school Social Studies teacher would have thrown his eraser at me if that was the answer I gave him. Just go to the real Wikipeadia and look up "Founding Fathers".

How old is bloody bones?

is the legend bloody bones real

What is Stephanie Rices fathers name?

warren is her real dads name and her step fathers name is allen:)

Where would you find the Buzz Lightyear's Pizza Planet restaurant?

Buzz Lightyear's Pizza Planet restaurant is a fictional restaurant featured in the "Toy Story" movies. It is not a real restaurant that exists in the real world.