A nation that does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is today, nor what it is trying to do. We are trying to do a futile thing if we do not know where we have come from, or what we have been about.
– President Woodrow Wilson
How is it, America, that the left knows how to lie better than the right knows how to tell the truth? Just think: There would be no left if the right would do the right thing at all times.
Recently, I was asked my what my beliefs were during a radio interview. I said, “What do you mean ‘my beliefs’? It is OK for us to have different opinions as long as we are rooted in the same principles.” And here lies America’s problems. This is how the corrupt in government divide and conquer through the media, public schools and colleges: just blind them to their history.
When saying the Pledge of Allegiance, you recite, “… one nation under God, indivisible (cannot be divided, separated or broken), with liberty and justice for all.”
Can’t you just hear the unlearned college professor or philosopher (using big words with common-sense meanings) decry, “We are not a Christian nation”? They then complain about the government that will not be ruled by Law (our Mosaic institution; God gave government through Moses). In their confusion they blurt out the truth: They would rather listen to man’s 10,000 commandments than to God’s Ten Commandments, which only produce liberty when you love God in Christ.
In essence, the left is at war with God and His Law, which states: thou shalt not kill, commit adultery, steal, lie or covet. They seem to forget that “Wherever law ends, tyranny begins.”
President Andrew Jackson said, “The Bible is the rock upon which our republic rests.” And these are the principles that keep us united.
The University of Houston political science professors searched to find where the Founding Fathers chose their ideas:
- They assembled 15,000 writings from the era of the founders.
- They researched for 10 years, isolated 3,154 direct quotes and identified the source of the quotes:
- 8.3 percent were quotes from Baron Charles de Montesquieu;
- 7.9 percent were quotes from Sir William Blackstone;
- 2.9 percent were from John Locke;
- 34 percent of their quotes came directly from the Bible – and when researching where Montesquieu, Blackstone and Locke got their ideas, they found that theirs came from the Bible as well.
Here is the correlation between the Constitution and the Bible concerning America’s Christian heritage:
- Separation of powers: Jeremiah 17:9
- Immigration laws: Leviticus 19:34
- President must be natural born citizen: Deuteronomy 17:15
- Witness and capital punishment: Deuteronomy 17:6
- Three branches of government: Isaiah 33:22
- Tax exemptions for churches: Ezra 7:24
- Republicanism: Exodus 18:21
Watch the undisputable symbolism of America’s Christian Heritage below:
Watch the prayer that literally rocked the Capitol as Bradlee lays out our foundation to the Minnesota State Legislature: