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The Christian Roots of Our Constitution by Verna M. Hall

The Legacy & Treasury of Verna M. Hall …Surely this great nation is a wise and understanding people. For what nation is there so great, who hath God so nigh unto them, as the Lord our God is in all things that we call upon him for? And what nation is there so great, that hath statutes and judgments so righteous as all this law, which I set before you this day? Only take heed to thyself, and keep thy s.....
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Beijing Besieged

Dear Friends, please read these two articles from a friend, Reggie Littlejohn, a specialist in China affairs. These are very timely considering the Olympics coming up this year in Communist China. Jerry By Reggie Littlejohn for Human Rights Without Frontiers Three events have converged on Beijing in just the past week: Haile Gebrselassie pulled out of the Olympic marathon because of pollution-related health concerns; the Chinese government is staging a violent crackdown on the p.....
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2008 Olympics: Beijing’s toxic air reflects its human rights record.

By Reggie Littlejohn (for Human Rights Without Frontiers) Beijing is likely the most polluted city in the world. With smog sometimes measuring five times the World Health Organization’s safety level, pollution in Beijing is of huge concern to the health and performance of the Olympic athletes. Concern about pollution has thus far been overshadowed by consternation over China’s abysmal human rights record. It is now, however, emerging to the forefront: both British and Am.....
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PATRICK (380-472): APOSTLE TO IRELAND

Thanks for this essay from James & Barbara Rose of American Christian History Institute: Patrick, according to his “Confession,” was a Briton, from southern Scotland. He was captured at age 16, and carried off by pirates as a slave to Ireland where he was a shepherd for five years. There he reflected upon his Christian training at home and came to a personal faith in Jesus Christ. He was a man of prayer sometimes pray.....
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Patrick’s Background and Youth

Thanks for this essay from James & Barbara Rose of American Christian History Institute:From his short autobiography, Confession, we find that Patrick’s father was named Calpurnius, a deacon in a church of the Christian religion. His grandfather, Potitus, was a presbyter in that same church. Patrick and his ancestors lived in the ancient town of Banavan in the area he called “the Britains.” Some sources place the location of.....
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The Bulletproof George Washington

Thank you to James Rose, American Christian History Institute, for this article (book available from David Barton’s Wallbuilder) about The Bulletproof George Washington: The Bulletproof George Washington George Washington’s part in the July 9th, 1755, battle during the French and Indian War is indisputably one of the most significant events of his early years: his life literally hung in the balance for over two hours. This dramatic event helped shape.....
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Father of Our Country – George Washington

George Washington is known affectionately as “The Father of Our Country” and rightly so!  According to David Barton of Wallbuilders: “Probably no individual outside of Jesus Christ had a greater impact on American life and culture.  As President Calvin Coolidge acknowledged nearly a century ago: “Washington was the directing spirit without which there would have been no independence, no Union, no Constit.....
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Happy Birthday on PRESIDENTS DAY to WASHINGTON and LINCOLN

Dear Friends, we honor past presidents of the U.S.A. – all of them but particularly George Washington, the Father of the Country (my favorite, my hero), and also Abraham Lincoln (although he certainly was the first of the big-government interventionist presidents).  I have some furthering comments and quotations from these astute gentlemen of past years, our former Presidents, at the end, but initially, please enjoy. .....
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St. Valentine and the Real Love Doctor

In the 3rd Century A.D., Emperor Claudius II was faced with defending the Roman Empire from invading Goths.  He believed single men made better soldiers so he temporarily forbade marriage. Claudius also forced the Senate to deify the former Emperor Gallienus, including him with the Roman gods to be worshipped.   Legend has it that Saint Valentine was a bishop in Italy who risked the Emperor’s wrath by refusing to worship idols and for secretly marrying young coupl.....
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Battle Hymn of the Republic (from “American Minute”)

Bill Federer in his “American Minute” for February 1st shared that five dollars was all she was paid by the Atlantic Monthly Magazine for Julia Ward Howe’s poem, Battle Hymn of the Republic, on Feb. 1st of 1862; Federer continued: The Union’s theme song during the Civil War, Julia Ward Howe wrote it while visiting Washington, D.C., and seeing the t.....
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Rose, Barbara: HOMESCHOOLING: STAYING THE COURSE

by Barbara RoseAmerican Christian History Institute Mr. Rose and I have a burden for home schooling parents in this day and age. It is easy just to drop out of our public schools for negative reasons, but the perseverance and character it takes to home school requires more than negative reasons. Homeschooling is answering God’s command inDeut. 6:7: “You shall teach (God’s principles) diligently to your sons and shall talk .....
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Let Us Stop the Child Killing in America, NOW!

January 22, 2008 – LET US STOP THE CHILD KILLING IN AMERICA, NOW!! 35th Anniversary of the infamous and wicked 1973 Supreme Court decision By Gerald Christian Nordskog, President & Publisher “YOU SHALL NOT MURDER!” – Deuteronomy 5:17 (Commandment VI) “Now this is the commandment, and these are the statues and judgments which the Lord your God has commanded to teach you, that you may observe them…. That you may fear the Lord your God, to keep all His.....
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