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* The reverse of the United States "Mercury" dime (minted from 1916 to 1945) bears the design of a fasces and an olive branch.
* Two fasces appear on either side of the flag of the United States in the United States House of Representatives, representing the power of the lower house and the country.
* The official seal of the United States Senate has as one component a pair of crossed fasces.
* The ceremonial Mace of the House of the United States House of Representatives includes a fasces design.
* Fasces ring the base of the Statue of Freedom atop the United States Capitol building.
* A frieze on the facade of the Supreme Court building depicts the figure of a Roman Centurion holding a fasces, to represent "order". 
* At the Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln's seat of state bears the fasces on the fronts of its arms.
* Four fasces flank the two bronze plaques on either side of the bust of Lincoln memorializing his Gettysburg Address at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
* The fasces appears on the state seal of Colorado, USA, beneath the "All-seeing eye" (or Eye of Providence) and above the mountains and mines.
* On the seal of the New York City borough of Brooklyn, a figure carries a fasces; the seal appears on the borough flag.
* Used as part of the Knights of Columbus emblem (designed in 1883).
* The regimental crest of the U.S. 71st Infantry Regiment of the New York National Guard consisted of a gold fasces set on a blue background.
And, the fact that there are so many fascist symbols all over the place should only provide more proof in your mind for this, the real problem here is you people are scared to face this reality, your scared to have to think that maybe you really do live in a fascist state, and theyve been lying to you the whole time...
Under the US Constitution, the president, a position modeled on the consular office of Republican Rome, is military leader and holds primacy in foreign policy. The US Senate was patterned on the Roman Senate, whose bunched rods and ax insignia it bears on its wall on either side of the speaker’s dais. Congress declares war, controls pursue strings, levies troops, and confirms treaties. The Constitution is vague about Congressional power in foreign affairs. But, at minimum, Congress speaks for all Americans; particularly in wartime, and must not be ignored.
Originally posted by LightWorker13
when is the last time the government followed the will of the people?