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George Washington's Inaugural Address

George Washington's Inaugural Address (April 30, 1789)

Today's history is politically-correct, revised, and edited to such a manner to exclude any references to God. Many famous Godly leaders go virtually unacknowledged. Revisionism is employed to subvert American culture and society--the revisionist will either not use primary sources or leave out important sections to give a different opinion then what author or founder intended to convey. Many of our founding fathers were devout Christians that practiced their faith and did not establish a secular Republic (see Top Ten Reasons George Washington was a Man of Prayer). John Adams declared: "The general principles on which the fathers achieved independence were the general principles of Christianity." John Calvin (July 10, 1509--May 27, 1564) was a French Protestant theologian during the Protestant Reformation and his teachings were instrumental in the founding of this country. Dr. E. W. Smith stated the following about the influence of John Calvin:

If the average American citizen were asked, who was the founder of America, the true author of our great Republic, he might be puzzled to answer. We can imagine his amazement at hearing the answer given to this questions by the famous German historian, Ranke, one of the profoundest scholars of modern times. Says Ranke, 'John Calvin was the virtual founder of America.'

Also, the phrase "separation of church and state" appears in no founding document, but the social activists still like to invoke the phrase. (Thomas Jefferson was an ambassador in France when the Constitution was framed! He was not part of the constitutional Convention. Yes, Jefferson was not an exclusive authority on the First Amendment.) This is a recent phenomenon by the Courts in quoting Thomas Jefferson on the First Amendment.

The First Amendment simply states:

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."

The true history of this country was taught in American textbooks for the last 150 years. 

(Note: There were some teachings by the founding fathers--who were influenced by the "Enlightenment"--that were humanistic in nature such as our rights were "natural and inalienable."  The Biblical idea is not natural rights, but imputed rights. These are compatible with liberty and justice--natural law is a failure because "oughts" cannot be derived from "ises." In other words, the conclusion of an argument cannot have any terms that are not found in its premises).    

Lady Justice in Lusanne Palace of Justice

How the Reformation Changed the World

The Swiss Reformers symbolized Lady Justice with no blindfold and her sword pointing to the open Bible at her feet--the Reformers believed Revealed law (sola scriptura) is the only way for a nation to have moral laws. Natural (i.e. secular) law was a fraud--the pagans always had a blindfolded Lady Justice.

The Bible, Natural Theology and Natural Law: Conflict or Chance? by Dr. Robert A. Morey

See Dr. Robert A. Morey's book entitled: The Bible: Natural Theology, Natural Law: Conflict or Compromise? and free articles on Natural Theology and Process Theology.

 

 

 

A Painting of Lady Justice in the Lusanne Palace of Justice in Switzerland.

Citizens Rule Book

 

Yes, juries in a civil or criminal case have the power to judge the facts and the law in a particular case. If a juror believes the law is unjust and unconstutional, the juror can and has the authority to ignore it--in other words, nullify the law. The whole concept of a jury nullification goes back to the Magna Carta (1215)--this limited the corrupt power of the king's courts. This was an important element in our common law. The United States would not even have freedom of press without jury nullification. Do you remember the Zenger trial of 1735? Jury nullification was also practiced in trials of abolitionists, who were prosecuted for helping slaves escape and to drinkers during the Prohibition era. It does not matter what instructions a judge gives to the juries, they still retain the power to apply the law or disregard it in the case. A quote from John Adams (second President of the United States (1735 - 1826), "It is not only of law, but his duty...to find the verdict according to his own best understanding, judgment and conscience, though in direct opposition to the direction of the court." (See the website titled Fully Informed Jury Association and left click the picture "Citizens Rule Book" to order.)

 

Christianity and the Constitution book by John EidsmoeChristianity and the Constitution: The Faith of Our Founding Fathers

By John Eidsmoe - Baker Book House (1995) - Paperback - 480 pages - ISBN 0801052319

In this book, Dr. Eidsmoe shows clearly how most of our founding fathers were not secular men, as we often hear today. He explains how the influence of Calvinism gave rise to our republican form of government. He also documents how our founding fathers embodied several biblical principles in the Constitution. This book is recommended for anyone who wants to learn about our nation's truly Christian heritage, which has been virtually expunged by the secular revisionists. - from the Forward.

      Original Intent of the ConstitutionChristianity and American CommonwealthNation Adrift

Original Intent & Christianity and the American Commonwealth & A Nation Adrift

Trump Gives New Life to Bill on Birthright Citizenship (What does the 14th Amendment say?) --excerpt from the article above in The New American website (08/22/15):

...A proper understanding of the 14th Amendment requires an examination of the clear wording of the amendment, the historical context in which the amendment wasdrafted, and the intent of the Framers, as expressed during the legislative debate and discussion on the amendment in 1866. It is also helpful to examine how the amendment was interpreted by judges in the first few years after its adoption, before modern liberalism warped that interpretation, as it has so much of the rest of the Constitution.

The amendment states, "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof [emphasis added], are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside." The phrase “and subject to the jurisdiction thereof,” has, of course, been ignored by those promoting the concept of open borders. Clearly, the Framers of the 14th Amendment intended that only children born "subject to the jurisdiction" of the United States are considered natural-born citizens. This would, by the clear wording of the amendment, not include the children of illegal aliens, because they are under the jurisdiction of foreign governments, not the U.S. government.

Before the War Between the States, slaves were regarded as non-citizens by the Supreme Court decision Scott v. Sanford of 1857. To correct this court decision, and to protect the civil rights of hundreds of thousands of former slaves, Congress enacted the 14th Amendment. Without the Civil War and the resulting collapse of slavery [legally by the 13th Amendment], the 14th Amendment would not have been even considered. Its clear purpose was to confer citizenship on the former slaves, not children of illegal aliens...

The 14th Amendment was about former slaves.

The Truth about the Confederate Flag and Slavery

Clinton Gore Confederate FlagPeter Schiff: We are all Slaves (07/18/15) --Alex Jones talks with Peter Schiff about the Civil War (TV interview).

Battle Flag of the Confederate States

Flag Left: The Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia. The Civil War was not about slavery--Abraham Lincoln did not like black people and only made it about slavery when he was afraid the French were going to join the South. General Robert E. Lee hated slavery and to dishonor him is an injustice because he did not fight in the Civil War to keep slavery since General Lee was opposed to slavery. Very few whites owned slaves (less than 2% of the population in the South owned slaves), which was a terrible thing. Former President Thomas Jefferson outlawed in 1808 the importation of slaves. Also, the Conferderate Flag did not represent slavery, but St. Andrews Cross (symbol of Apostle Andrew, who was martyed by crucifixion by an X-shaped Cross and was the brother of Apostle Simon Peter). See the Flag of Scotland for further history on the Confederate Flage--most citizens in the South were of Scotish and Irish descent. It is unfortunate that you had ignorant people using the Conferderate flag to promote racism. These people are ignorant of themselves of the history of the flag.

The flag had nothing to do with slavery. British Ships bearing the Union Jack shipped over 5 million African slaves to many countries around the world--what flags were flown? The Spanish flag, Dutch flage, Portuguese flag, etc. You had Cherokee Confederates, who met in New Orleans, 1903 and black Confederate soldiers. It was unfortunate that after the Civil War that you had segregation and other horrible things going on against the black people--this was part of reason the NRA was started in 1871 by a two Union Army veterans of the Civil War to help arm the black people so they could defend themselves against some of the evil Southern Democrats, which denied Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. a pistol permit.

The institution of slavery did not end until the 13th Amendment was ratified on December 6, 1865. President Lincoln authored his on 13th Amendment (the only one ever proposed by a sitting U.S. President) that PRESERVED the institution of slavery--it was written in March of 1861 before the incident at Fort Sumter, South Carolina. Here is President Lincoln's proposed amendment:

No amendment shall be made to the Constitution which will authorize or give Congress the power to abolish or interfere within any state with the domestic institutions thereof, including that a person's held to labor or service by laws of said State.

Drafted black men under Lincoln from the North served in a segregated Union Army. Southern blacks were fighting voluntarily side-by-side with white men and in the same units. There were over 300,000 slave owners fighting in Lincoln's Union army during the Civil War. (Mildred Lewis Rutherford, “Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederate States, and Abraham Lincoln, the President of the United States,” 1861-1865, p. 35)

A quote from Churck Baldwin's article entitled My list of the Ten Worst Presidents: "Abraham Lincoln destroyed the Washington/Jeffersonian model of American government and replaced it with an imperial White House. His own statements prove that he cared absolutely nothing for the black race and was indeed himself a racist--unlike many leaders of the Confederacy, such as Robert E. Lee, T.J. “Stonewall” Jackson, et al., who publicly and adamantly spoke in support of ending slavery and NEVER said anything remotely derogatory or racist against the black people".

The war with the southern states was over the Union subjecting them to a 40% tarriff on their exports. The South was paying 70% of the nation's taxes. It had nothing to do with slavery since President Abraham Lincoln never intended to end the institution of slavery--this was stated by the U.S. Congress by an unanimous resolution in 1861.

Also, see The 10 Causes of the War Between the States & Dr. James Manning (Black Pastor from NYC) on the Stupidity of taking down the Confederate Flag (Video-2015) and The Confederate flag needs to be raised, not lowered & My List of the Ten Worst U.S. Presidents by Chuck Baldwin.

Note: How about the Barbary slave trade, under which over 1 million white Christian Europeans were enslaved in North Africa until the middle of the 18th century?Also, the Bible never taught a "race based" slavery. In other words, slavery in the Bible was never based on race and slaves could get their freedom in ancient Israel after 7 years. The New Testament set the stage for ending slavery.

General Robert E Lee

Robert E. Lee: Answering his Critics

Proof President Abe Lincoln Was a Racist? (07/19/15)--TV interview (the Alex Jones Channel) with Pastor Chuck Baldwin discusses the Confederate flag controversy and how slavery was on its way out because of machines. It was the abolitionists, who were Bible believing Christians, that got slavery ended. The slave ships flew the British flag. See Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik (Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and CIA Operative) YouTube on "The Truth About The Civil War" 2017.

General Robert E. Lee (right) --1807 - 1864), hated slavery. Robert E. Lee letter dated December 27, 1856: ...There are few, I believe, in this enlightened age, who will not acknowledge that slavery as an institution is a moral and political evil...

General Ulysses S. Grant, a northern slaveholder, maintained possession of his slaves after the war between the States concluded. Confederate General Robert E. Lee freed his slaves BEFORE hostilities between the North and South broke out.

Obama and the Confederate FlagClinton Gore Confederate Flag

Obama and Hillary Both Had No Problem Using the Confederate Flag During Presidential Campaigns (06/24/15). Former President Bill Clinton and Vice President Gore used it.

Hillary and the Confederate Flag

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now, suddenly the flag 'belongs in a museum. Stupid Americans--the flag is a cultural symbol and most people are not using the flag against black people--it was a protest against the North for what they did after the Civil War. Of course, there is no excuse for the segregation and disarming of black people that occured after the "Civil War" by the Southern Democrats. Since the public was distracted over the flag, Fast-Track was passed. Brains! Amazon Staff: Government Ordered us Not to Sell Confederate Flag (06/25/15) --Company sales reps say they were "instructed" by feds to ban rebel flag.

In Barton’s book on race relations, “Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black & White,” he wrote:

Immediately following the Civil War, Republicans became the political majority in the southern (that is, the former Confederate) states. Most of the Republican parties in those states were started by blacks more so than whites. … Those Republican legislatures, over unified and vehement Democrat opposition, moved quickly to protect voting rights for African-Americans, prohibit segregation, establish public education, and to open public transportation, state police, schools, and other institutions to black Americans.

So great were the gains of blacks through the Republican Party that Democrats began to fight back not only through the manipulation of laws and election results, but also to fight back – literally – as they did in Louisiana … [I]n 1866, Democrats – in conjunction with the city police and the Democratic mayor of New Orleans – physically attacked the Republican Convention in that city, killing 40 blacks, 20 whites, and wounding 150 others. Then in 1875, Democrats rushed the floor of the Louisiana Legislature to seize power – by force – away from the elected black Republicans, but federal troops arrived to restore peace and return African-Americans to their lawfully elected positions. Similar violent and often deadly attacks by Democrats against Republicans occurred in other southern states.

After the Civil War, blacks started most of the Republican parties in the Southern States.

Why the Sheriff's Office is the most important Law Enforcement Agency in the Country

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Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of United States (03/04/1801 -- 03/04/1809)--image by Rembrant Peale (1800) -- Sheriff's Office Tri-fold Tract 2017-- PDF

President Thomas Jefferson stated in his work entitled "The Values of the Constitution" called the Sheriff's Office, "the most important of all executive offices of the country. The Sheriff's power and authority are from the people who elect him. The citzens should control the office of Sheriff."

(It should be noted that President Thomas Jefferson included bold anti-slavery language in the original Declaration of Independence, which was removed. He did get passed by Congress in 1807 a bill outlawing the importation of slaves--it took effect in 1808.)

First African-American Sheriff Elected in 1869 in Texas

Because you can elect the Sheriff, there was more opportunity for diversity. A case in point is Burton Walter Moses (1829 - 1913), who was the first African-American Sheriff elected in 1869 in the State of Texas in Fort Bend County. Also, he was a Texas State Senator and a member of the Republican Party.

History of Sheriff's Office

The Sheriff can be traced back not only to the Magna Carta (1215), but to the Book of Daniel 3:2 when King Nebuchadnezzar II (634--562 BC) was reigning. The Sheriff was brought over to North America around 1634 and President Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809) called the office of the Sheriff "the most important of all executive offices of the country." [See Sheriff David Gee of the Florida Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office established in 1845 (HCSO has over 4,000 employees that conists of 2,022 Deputy Sheriffs and Corrections and 1,375 civilians) for further details. It should be noted that Mr. Joseph M. Demarest, Jr., former Assistant Director in charge of the FBI's New York Division, was employed as a Deputy Sheriff for the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office ]. Also, see Sheriff & Magna Carta. David Barton, a historian and the author of “The Jefferson Lies”  sets the record straight about President Jefferson.

(See Police/Sportsmen tab about using the Sheriff's Office. Some counties have violated citizens' Civil Rights by starting a county police separate from the Sheriff's Office, which is an existing county police force--Camden County, NJ is an example of African-Americans having their Civil Rights violated by Camden County because they started a county police force instead of using the Sheriff's Office.)

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