The lawlessness and cultural decline emanating from what is supposed to be a justice system are at the turning point. The difficulties America encountered following actions by the King of England were greater than what confronts us now, and, with God’s help, we were victorious.

The eight year War for Independence was successful and the Constitution was approved by the states’ delegates on “…the Seventeenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty seven and of the Independence…”

Over time, many problems appeared that were inconsistent with the guidelines provided by the new constitution. With citizen sovereignty under God over government, the problems were gradually overcome. First Amendment religious protections, from government tyrants of the mind, were accomplished by Tenth Amendment communities controlling education according to God-honoring family values, and God blessed America.

From Dr. Benjamin Rush’s Essay, published in 1773—“Patriotism is as much a virtue as justice, and is as necessary for support of societies as the natural affection is for the support of families. The Amor Patriae is both moral and a religious duty. It comprehends not only the love of our neighbors but millions of our fellow creatures, not only the present but of future generations. This virtue we find constitutes a part of the first character of history.” Dr. Benjamin Rush was a delegate to the Continental Congress from Pennsylvania and signed the Declaration of Independence. A devout Christian, Rush established Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and served as professor of medical theory and clinical practice at the University of Pennsylvania from 1791 to 1813.

The Bill of Rights remained alive and applied as written until decapitated by a handful of God-wannabe lawyers on the Supreme Court. This violation of constitutional law is an insult to the people and a blatant violation of the rule of law. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights, people. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

~ D. Norris

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