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Chapter 25 "Separation of Church and State"

During the Christmas Holiday the secularists are out in force to remove God and Christianity from America.  Read the truth about the religious freedom the Founders included in our government and country. 

 

“God and Country” ~ “One Nation Under God”

Vs.

“Separation Of Church And State”

 

This is the most polarizing phrase, concept and phobia in America today.  Courts have picked it up and misuse it all the time regarding God and our country and God in our country.   “God and country” and “One Nation Under God” is the historical standard that the Founders clearly believed in.  If the phrase “Separation Of Church And State” used by the secularist is what was intended why is it not in our Constitution? 

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Chapter 26

   "Second Amendment"

 

                           "We The People” “The Militia”

Or the Government, Army etal

 

Amendment II (1791)

 

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

(emphasis added)

 

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Unalienable Rights Slavery

 


"Republic Or Democracy, Is There A Differnce?" 

 Chapter 27

"What Can We Do?"

 

"If the foundations are destroyed,

What can the righteous do?”

Psalm 11:3

Probably the biggest question today about the state of our government is;

“Well What Can I Do About It, I am only one Person?”

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Chapter 21

States Rights

“United” States of AmericaE Pluribus Unum means "out of many, one". It comes from a popular publication during revolutionary times entitled Gentleman's Magazinewhich carried that legend upon the title page.It was first used extensively in the United States only after it was introduced on the Great Seal.

 “Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism.”

George Washington We have seen what the Three Branches of Government are, how they operate, what their powers are and what limits the Constitution puts on each of them.  Some of the quotes in this chapter are repeated, but are important to States’ Rights.

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