Be informed and support the states’ call for a Constitutional Convention–a group of states banning together for the first time since 1787. It requires petitions from at least 34 states to call a Constitutional Convention. Getting back on track with natural traditional Common Law to be used by the courts is a PRIORITY.
The vast majority of Americans expect seven specific protections of their government—family solidarity, religious freedom, respect for life, God-honoring locally controlled education, private ownership of property, laws established by elected representatives and human equality.
What secular god-wannabes do not want students to understand is that God is man’s best friend. We are not robots, but created in God’s image. He gave man a mind and conscience for distinguishing right from wrong. God knew from the beginning that one of His creations would become self-righteous and challenge man’s respect for their Maker—Acts 15:18; Ephesians 1:4; 2 Timothy 1:9; Titus 1:2 and 1 Peter 1:18-20.
God is a treasure beyond measure. God’s love is the foundation for human equality, religio/education freedom, and the right to be informed and choose. Created in the chain of creation much higher than animals, God gave mankind a conscience that tells him when he is doing wrong. Believers have spiritual insights into Bible truth that evil empires oppose, and with freedom from worldly prejudices can anticipate the lessons already learned from history.
Typical of many secular mandated Case Laws, the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision became a Precedent which forces removal of any right of the states to outlaw infanticide. Since then, women have aborted more than 60,069,971 babies in the United States. No telling how many of these mothers have spent the rest of their lives burdened with guilt.
Judge Robert H. Bork observed that the courts, especially the Supreme Court, have “become the enemy of traditional culture, in areas including speech, religion, abortion, sexuality, welfare public education and much else.” He continued, “It is not too much to say that the suffocating vulgarity of popular culture is in large measure the work of the Court” (Jeffrey Rosen, “Obstruction of Judges,” New York Times, August 11, 2002).
~ D. Norris