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Staff Political Blog / 2021 October 16, The Founder Bible
« Last post by Dena on October 16, 2021, 10:52:35 PM »
In the 1960 movie "The time machine", the question is asked which three books would you take? I wouldn't want to stop at three because much would be required to rebuild civilization however I know two must have books. The Federalist Papers with the introduction by Charles R Kesler. I picked that book because it's the best single book to use as a guid to construct a government. The only problem with the government it outlines is we don't follow it. This is because the founders were deeply religious and never expected men to run it who weren't.

Forget what you have been told about religion and government. One of the first issues that congress addressed was to ensure that the country had a sufficient supply of bibles.

Daniel Webster was approached with a case where the family wanted to break a will. The will was for several million dollars and the money was to be used to establish a university. One provision of the will was that no priest or minister be allowed to teach in the school. Webster argued that you can't have a school without religion. The judge agreed but added that it would be acceptable for a lay person to teach religion.

The McGuffy Readers could be found in any classroom and have been used to teach generations of students. Its use was discontinued in the twenty century because of its religious content. It is still available and in print however it currently is used mostly for home schooling.

The function of religion is not to have a national church backed by the government. That would be forbidden by the Constitution. Instead religion would install the values in the people so they wouldn't break their oath of office. This is far different than today where often the first action our government leaders take is a vote that violate their oath of office.

This takes me to the point of the post. For years I have been looking for a good bible. I wanted one that was easy to read (no old english like the King James versos). I have found that bible which would be my second book. It's the The Founders Bible. It's easy to read because it's based on the Updated New American Standard Bible. This is a modern day retranslation of the original text so it's accurate and reflects the english we are currently using. The bible also includes descriptions of the scripture explaining what the passage is about. You will also discover American stories about many of the figures in American history and how religion was a part of their life.

The book is heavy and has over 2,000 pages. One word of warning, The pages are thin making the book about 2 inches thick. As the result you need to handle the pages carefully or else you might tear a page. For comparison, A box of copy paper is 5,000 sheets and 2000 pages would normally be 4 packs of paper. Normally 500 sheets of copy paper would be a little less than 2 inch. It's common for bibles to be printed on papers of this thickness and as long as you handle it carefully, the bible should last many years.

If you looking for a bible to add to you collection, you should consider this one. It's available on some devices in electronic form and you have several to chose from in paper form. I purchase the Second edition hard cover as it's easy to store and it should hold up well to normal usage. The purchase price for my copy was under $80 with the shipping included.
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Staff Political Blog / 2021 October 16, Meet the Original Antifa: The Weather Underground
« Last post by Dena on October 16, 2021, 09:00:11 PM »
If you're younger than me, you may not have heard about the Weatherman. It's also possible in the rush of life, you may not remember them. Originally the SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) carried out many of the riots and protest of the 1960's. An offshoot to that was the Weatherman which was a sub group that stepped it up a notch. Still that wasn't enough for some so a subgroup of that formed the Weather Underground with the goal of terror. In the end, they were responsible for around a dozen bombings. Among them was a police stations in San Francisco, a failed bombing at Fort Dix, their own bomb factory when they made a mistake and the U.S. capital.

So why do I mention theses people? It's because the ones that were captured have been out of prison for a while. They haven't change their goals of replacing our government with marxism but they have changed their methods. They now teach their ideas in our university's and were involved in launching Obama's political career. They are also involved in other projects on the left and use them as a cover for their true goal. These are people we should be very much afraid of however they move in our society and we pay little attention to them. If you would like to learn more about these people and others like them, consider the book DUPES that I previously posted about.

Meet the Original Antifa: The Weather Underground
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Staff Political Blog / 2021 October 16, Biden's court packing commission report
« Last post by Dena on October 16, 2021, 08:14:40 PM »
The Supreme Court was structured to be non political. Its primary function is to ensure that laws follow the textual meaning of the constitution. To the court, a living constitution doesn't exist because that is the same as saying the constitution has no meaning. This is something the left isn't happy about because it greatly restricts many of the things they want to do. Biden formed a commission to study a way to get around the court as much of what he want to do and has done will not pass the constitutional test. Packing the court by adding left leaning judges was suggested as well as limiting the terms of the judges so they can be quickly replaced. These actions would convert the court from an independent arm of the government into a political arm. Doing so would be bad for the country regardless of  government control  by Democrats or Republicans. The court needs to make decisions free of politics if we are to maintain our freedom.

Biden's commission wasn't constructed to openly look at the problem. Instead the members were selected so the commission would produce a desirable outcome. The goal was to find a constitutional acceptable way of controlling the court without a revolt by the public. There isn't a way to do this so the report from the commission plays political games to keep the hope alive. Unfortunately the 3 views a month rule applies to this post so if you haven't used your quota, you should be able to view it.

Joe Biden’s Court-Packing Commission Tries to Have It Both Ways
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Staff Political Blog / Re: 2021 October 7, How King Biden Is KILLING the Constitution
« Last post by Dena on October 16, 2021, 07:39:38 PM »
Tucker Carlson had a segment about hypocrisy on the left. The segment discusses how we are no longer a nation of one set of laws for everybody. Our legal system is now a double standard. If your doing something the left approves of or if you're clearly on the left, most laws no longer apply to you. If your on the right, not only to the laws apply to you but punishment exceeds what normally would be given. It's a good read because it covers multiple cases clearly showing the pattern in our legal system. When the law no longer is equally applied to all, we are no longer a nation of laws. We tried this once before when slavey was allowed. It took a costly war to end the injustice so what will it cost this time?

The hypocrisy of the left has left America in a nightmare scenario
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Staff Political Blog / 2021 October 16, Michael Ramirez comic of the day
« Last post by Dena on October 16, 2021, 07:26:49 PM »
Some day I will explain it to you in more detail but I am not a Republican. The correct term for me would be a Constitutional Conservative. I agree with Republicans on a number of points but I don't blindly follow anything. Today this comic caught my eye and it is so true. Yes, it applies to Democrats as well but Republicans often claim they follow the constitution but they don't always do so. For your enjoyment.

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Staff Political Blog / Re: How Biden and the Dems/Commies Are Destroying Our Country
« Last post by Kiera on October 14, 2021, 03:27:54 PM »


One can apply this "algorithm" just 'bout everywhere!
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Staff Political Blog / How Biden and the Dems/Commies Are Destroying Our Country
« Last post by Christine on October 14, 2021, 12:14:56 PM »
Hi Folks,                 14 October 2021

Here's a partial quote from our Ass-Hole in Chief:

Biden says ".... number of unvaccinated Americans 'unacceptably high,'.... " insists "mandates 'working'...." Nothing he does is working for us. It is working towards the Destruction of Our Country.

He won't even take questions at the end of a "Press Bull Shit Session." Face the realities, you were duped into voting for this piece of crap.

Our Country is being destroyed as we watch and will be replaced by a Tyrannical Commie Dictatorship. Once that happens, there won't be anyone that will come to our aid.

So keep supporting this evil regime if that's what you want. We still have a modicum of freedom but, it is being eroded bit by bit.

Best Always, Love

Christine
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Staff Political Blog / 2021 October 7, How King Biden Is KILLING the Constitution
« Last post by Dena on October 07, 2021, 09:04:19 PM »
The title on this one is a bit misleading. Yes, Biden is preforming unconstitutional acts but he isn't the only one. In addition, this video is really about understanding the constitution without reading the constitution. Your freedoms are protected through the bill of rights so understanding them is very important.

Not covered in the video is the government has very limited powers that are listed in Article I, Section 8 of the constitution. It is a violation of the constitution to enact laws that aren't listed in that section however that doesn't slow the government down unless the courts do their job and call the government out.

This is the point I have attempted to make with my posts. The limits of the constitution should always be included in any discussion of a policy. If you violate even one clause of the constitution, you violate the entire constitution. Laws have meaning only if you follow them and failure to do so results in anarchy.

How King Biden Is KILLING the Constitution
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Staff Political Blog / Re: 2021 September 09, Federal Reserve Changes it's loan policies
« Last post by Kiera on October 01, 2021, 08:36:31 AM »
In conjunction with my reread and research of many recent article discussions of "Atlas Shrugged" found a good vid that honorably mentions the following as well . .

Quote from: Anarcho-capitalism
Political philosophy and economic theory of stateless capitalism and private ownership
Anarcho-capitalism is a political philosophy and economic theory that advocates the elimination of centralized states in favor of a system of private property enforced by private agencies, free markets and the right-libertarian interpretation of self-ownership, which extends the concept to include control of private property as part of the self. In the absence of statute, anarcho-capitalists hold that society tends to contractually self-regulate and civilize through participation in the free market which they describe as a voluntary society.

Do We Actually Need Taxes?
(especially "income" let alone "democrats")



Some local news "Thou Shall Not Trespass"!

The meaning of the Constitution 101
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Staff Political Blog / Re: Where is The Government of The US Headed ?
« Last post by Kiera on September 27, 2021, 12:30:42 PM »
"An American President shutting down (Fox News) media coverage of his administration because it would reflect poorly on his policies is every bit as undemocratic and autocratic as members of the corporate media imagined Donald Trump to be."

lol Sorry wanted to keep "the hook line"!
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