AMERICA'S MORNING NEWS
posted on 05/01/2003 11:40:34 PM PDT
To: unspun; Carry_Okie; forester; sasquatch; B4Ranch; SierraWasp; hedgetrimmer; christie; comwatch; ...
PInging the short list.
posted on 05/02/2003 12:10:13 AM PDT
( Isaiah 55:10,11)
To: *Ayn_Rand_List; *Wod_list; RJCogburn; Hank Kerchief; Libertarianize the GOP; donh; OWK; spunkets; ..
Wake up the children! Ping your neighbors! Bookmark the references! Look in, all who benefit from the sustaining power of truth, soul, and sacrificed blood, that established your privilege of being American!
All are invited to review authentic American Political Philosophy in this article and by links. Learn (objectively) the historical facts of what America has declared itself to be -- and why. Learn the principles woven into our successful experiment in self governance. Learn the ring of authenticity from the authors. Sense their conviction to self-evident truths. Know it by your "inner sense," as Locke described. Feel free!
(It is good to study the authentic, repeatedly -- the better to discern and declare the differences of counterfeits.)
Algernon Sidney and John Locke even win on hairstyle.
Wavy hair, straight men.
posted on 05/02/2003 12:40:34 AM PDT
(It's not about you.)
Liberty-loving, freedom-seeking atheists need not apply. What a waste of space.
Bump to the top.
posted on 05/02/2003 3:12:27 AM PDT
(Jeremiah 51:24 ..."..Before your eyes I will repay Babylon for all the wrong they have done in Zion")
To: unspun; MeeknMing; sweetliberty; TheLion; dansangel; Mo1; BeforeISleep; Mudboy Slim
And as of this moment:
Iraq's 55 Most Wanted Scoreboard: 17 down, 38 to go! : )
Our second President, John Adams stated: "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." Why would Adams declare that our Constitution is made only for a moral people and a religious people?
Thanks for the ping, unspun. Looks like a great read. To be read later; bookmarked and
posted on 05/02/2003 3:32:55 AM PDT
Bump for later
posted on 05/02/2003 3:44:58 AM PDT
(MY VOTE IS FOR SALE)
In response to these rhetorical questions, I propose that liberty is not defined in a sentence, or as a rule -- Liberty is based upon certain principles -- the knowledge and application of which are required to fully comprehend and uphold liberty, respectively.
Isn't it sad that so-called libertarians (at least the FR type of libertarians) completely miss this point?
posted on 05/02/2003 5:52:58 AM PDT
It's amazing how many organizations with the words "freedom" and "liberty" in their names are actually very interested in curtailing freedom and liberty in the United States.
The words "God", "Jesus", "Christ" and "deity" appear nowhere in either the Declaration of Independence OR the Constitution. The word "Creator" appears in the Declaration of Independence. During the debate over the wording of the Declaration, a motion was made to add the words "our Lord, Jesus Christ" after the word "Creator".
It was defeated. What was that you were saying about our Constitutional liberty?
Don't I remember something about not bearing false witness?
posted on 05/02/2003 10:58:42 AM PDT
(Is your church BATF approved?)
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