To Save America, We Must Abolish the United States




America Needs
to Become

  • An Extraordinary American
  • An Extraordinary Christian
  • An Extraordinary Human Being

Unfortunately, as it stands right now, you are

  • A pathetic American
  • A Christian-in-name-only who makes Jesus puke
  • A waste of awesome human potential

You're insulted.

You're insulted because
you're a victim of educational malpractice

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In just 60 seconds, you'll agree with those insulting claims.
You'll say, "I never thought of it that way. I see what you mean."

Then you'll begin your transformation into

  • An Extraordinary American
  • An Extraordinary Christian
  • An Extraordinary Human Being

What makes you think you're even an ordinary American? What makes you think you qualify as an American at all?

You're not a REAL American

Surely an American believes in the Declaration of Independence. That document says we have a duty (not just a right) to abolish any government that becomes a tyranny. In Boston, they tossed the tea into the Harbor. The tax was three pence per pound. You pay TEN TIMES more in taxes on every gallon of gas. The total tax burden in the colonies -- the tea tax, the Stamp Act; all taxes combined -- was 1% or 2%. Maybe 3% in Virginia. You pay 10 or 20 times more in taxes today, depending on your tax bracket.

The British government, taking 2% of Americans' income, would never have dreamed of using that money to remove the Ten Commandments from public places, especially schools, or to fund abortions. Our tyranny today does that and more.

Real Americans risked "our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor" to fight a tyranny 1/20th as bad as ours. What have you risked?

You're a victim of educational malpractice.

Consider this quiz:

You're a teacher. You teach in a government-run school. Your paycheck comes from the government. But you find yourself in a strange nation. You're not allowed to teach your students that the Declaration of Independence is really true. What country could you be in?

  1. China
  2. North Korea
  3. Iran
  4. The United States of America
  5. all of the above

"d" is not incorrect. "e" is the correct answer. It is illegal to teach children in "public" schools that the Declaration of Independence is really true. Students can be taught that a bunch of dead white guys in 1776 used to believe that it was true, but you can't teach that the Declaration of Independence really is true, in every nation, regardless of what anyone thinks about it.

The federal government says you cannot even endorse, much less promote the ideas found in the Declaration of Independence:

And you certainly can't teach public school students that they have the duty to abolish any government that becomes more tyrannical than the benevolent and Christian government of Britain of 1776.

Now, be honest: if the men who tossed the tea into the Boston Harbor could see your government, could see how much of your income is confiscated by the government, could see how that money is used to promote atheism and socialism, and could see what you've been doing to abolish this tyranny, would America's Founding Fathers think of you as an exemplary American?

Would they think anybody could become a true American when they are educated in schools where American values are illegal?

You've been brainwashed. You can't imagine believing the way  America's Founding Fathers believed. You don't want to be an "extremist."

That's why, as a Christian, you make Jesus puke.

   I know your works, that you are 
      neither cold nor hot. 
   I could wish you were cold or hot. 
   So then, because you are lukewarm, 
      and neither cold nor hot, 
   I will vomit you out of My mouth.
   Revelation 3:15-16 

Jesus has more respect for Adolph Hitler than for the lukewarm Christians who did nothing to stop the holocaust. At least Hitler got off his duff and acted.

A true Christian is an EXTREMIST. Your church teaches the doctrine of "Justification by Mere Belief." The Bible teaches "Justification by Allegiance." And your ultimate allegiance is to the government and the mainstream media. You care more about what your neighbors say than what Jesus would say.

And you're not alone.

But you can become an extraordinary Christian.

You are created in the Image of God. You have extraordinary potential. Because you live in a society dominated by envy, you don't want to appear too extraordinary, because your neighbors will think you're "judging" them.

But your goal will be to help your neighbors become extraordinary too.

Are you ready for personal transformation?

Are you ready to become

  • An Extraordinary American
  • An Extraordinary Christian
  • An Extraordinary Human Being

If you already suspect that you are a victim of educational malpractice, and you're ready to start your education all over again, try this website:

If you still think America's Founding Fathers would think you're a real American, keep reading.

Some polls and surveys reveal that as many as half of all Americans are confused about what we commemorate on July 4th, what country we fought against in the Revolutionary War, or what ideals America's Founding Fathers fought for and against. In one survey about 30% thought "Independence Day" had something to do with the freeing of the slaves. Most Americans don't even know who we fought in the War for Independence. One person said we fought against "the federacy." Teens Clueless About Independence Day

"Independence Day" has become like Christmas: everyone likes to get festive and celebrate, but few remember the underlying reason the holiday began.

We commemorate the signing of
the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776

According to that document, America's Founding Fathers were willing to risk "our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor" for something very important to them.

What was important to them? Is it important to you? What would you risk to defend it? Can you risk ten minutes to read this web page?

If you're like most Americans, you need a refresher course on what America's Founding Fathers fought for. If you're an extraordinary American, you'd like to know more than history; you'd like to know how you can play a part in changing the future.

This website attempts to prove that most Americans have no right to celebrate "Independence Day," because they are more dependent, and more oppressed by a more tyrannical government than Americans fought against in 1776.

  • America's Founding Fathers believed in "Liberty Under God."
    • Most Americans today do NOT believe in Liberty, and they do not believe in God.
  • America's Founding Fathers were willing to risk "our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor" for "Liberty Under God."
    • Most Americans today are NOT willing to risk much of anything for "Liberty Under God."
  • America's Founding Fathers would sign a "Declaration of Independence" against the current federal government, seeing that today's government is several times more oppressive than the government of King George III in 1776.
    • Most Americans today would not have signed the "Declaration of Independence" in 1776, and would not offer significant opposition to today's government if urged to do so by America's Founding Fathers.
  • Let me rephrase that last bullet in a more challenging way: If America's Founding Fathers were here today, they would immediately begin another American Revolution to abolish the government they created. Read that sentence again. No informed, conscientious, intelligent person can come to any other conclusion. The Founders would be outraged -- passionately inflamed -- over a government that takes half of everything everyone owns, and uses it to remove the Ten Commandments from the public square. The federal government of today is several times more unChristian and tyrannical than the government of King George III in 1776.
    • If you want to be a good American, one that would be respected by America's Founding Fathers, you need to understand why today's government is worse than the government that the Signers of the Declaration of Independence fought to abolish. You need to start doing what they would do if they were here today.
    • I take that back. The Founders took up arms against the government. The Bible says Christians must never take up arms against the government. We must not take the pill prescribed by the Founders. Violent revolution is wrong.
    • But their diagnosis was right, even if their prescription was wrong. The federal government of 2010, like the government of King George III in 1776, is a cancer that must be removed. The federal government is the greatest threat on earth to America, the land of "Liberty Under God."
    • Abolishing tyrannical governments is the central core of the Declaration of Independence. You are not a good American if you are not willing to accept the "duty" spoken of in the Document we celebrate on the 4th of July, to abolish tyranny. And if the reign of George III in 1776 was a tyranny, then America's Founders would agree that the Bush-Clinton regime is ten times worse.
This website wants to get you thinking about America, and what you should be doing to preserve it -- without resorting to violence. What would America's Founding Fathers think about you? Our goal is not to criticize you, but to encourage you to make a bold new start in your life.

"our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor....
The Signers of the Declaration of Independence were willing to die, willing to lose their homes, their businesses, and willing to lose the respect of a majority of their countrymen to pursue an "extremist" agenda. Will you at least risk a half hour to prayerfully and thoughtfully consider the arguments of this webpage?

Continuing Education
Doctors, Lawyers, and other highly-trained professionals are required to take “continuing education” classes each year to remain highly-trained and up-to-date on the latest advances in their field. Failure to do so can result in injury to patients, imprisonment for the innocent, and malpractice lawsuits. In extreme cases, doctors and lawyers who fail to stay abreast of developments in their field can lose their license to practice.

At the risk of sounding conceited and judgmental, I believe most Americans are guilty of "citizenship malpractice." They’re suspicious of those who "criticize the government," even though Thomas Jefferson said,

In questions of power, then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.

Most Americans haven’t read the Constitution or the Declaration of Independence in years, are ignorant of its most basic principles and are not keeping informed of how today’s politicians are violating those principles. They have lost their edge, and millions of people around the world are in danger. If these citizens don’t take some continuing education classes in Americanism, they should lose their citizenship.

What you are about to read is a “continuing education class” in Americanism. You need it to be a good citizen and to be a good influence on your rapidly-changing nation.
The American Dream
The prophet Micah
described a world of "Liberty Under God" -- a day when swords are beaten into plowshares, and everyone -- from richest to poorest -- owns their own property safely and securely, enjoying life under their Vine & Fig Tree. This ideal has been called "The American Dream," and the words of the Prophet Micah were frequently on the lips of America's Founding Fathers. Immigrants with only a dime in their pocket came to America and found their Vine & Fig Tree in a land of "Liberty Under God." America became the most admired nation in the world because of its decentralized material prosperity and its Christian goodness.

Although the U.S. Supreme Court frequently acknowledged that America was a Christian nation, there were a few Americans who were not Christians. But they were not imprisoned or tortured for their non-Christian opinions. Noah Webster said, "The ecclesiastical establishments of Europe which serve to support tyrannical governments are not the Christian religion but abuses and corruptions of it." Daniel Webster similarly explained: "Christianity to which the sword and the fagot [burning stake or hot branding iron] are unknown -- general tolerant Christianity is the law of the land!"

"Liberty" meant freedom to try, freedom to fail, freedom to try again, freedom to succeed, freedom to enjoy success. "Under God" meant honoring "The Laws of Nature and of Nature's God" in your pursuit of happiness.

"The American Dream" was not the prospect of having "the government" take care of you from womb to tomb. It was the prospect of being free to try new ideas, give it your all, provide goods and services that benefit your neighbors, and enjoy the highest standard of living in the history of the world.

I am grateful to God that I was born in America. There's no other place I'd rather live. I think our national anthem should be America The Beautiful!

O beautiful for spacious skies,
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties
Above the fruited plain!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea!

O beautiful for pilgrim feet
Whose stern, impassioned stress
A thoroughfare for freedom beat
Across the wilderness!
America! America!
God mend thine every flaw,
Confirm thy soul in self-control,
Thy liberty in law!

The prayer is made to God, just as the Declaration of Independence appeals "to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions," "with a firm reliance on the Protection of Divine Providence." The prayer is not made to Washington, D.C. What made America great is "Liberty Under God," not "security under government bureaucracies."

But many Americans hate "liberty," because liberty means capitalism. And many Americans hate the idea of America being "under God," because that means "imposing a theocracy." Why do these Americans call themselves Americans? Would the Signers of the Declaration of Independence call them Americans?

The most powerful special interest group in America wants to abolish the United States and merge America and Mexico into a new government which is not "bound down by the chains of the Constitution" (to quote Thomas Jefferson). They might like to call this new government, "The United States of North America." President Bush is unwilling to "defend our borders" against illegal immigrants because he is committed to putting this special interest group's plan into effect. This group's idea was published in an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal. It was entitled, "North America the Beautiful." This is another reason why America's Founding Fathers would write a new Declaration of Independence against the Bush-Clinton regime. Who will be first to abolish the United States?

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Samuel Adams (1722-1803) formed the "Committees of Correspondence" to alert the American colonists to the encroaching tentacles of tyranny. He helped organize "the Boston Tea Party," signed the Declaration of Independence, and became known as the "Father of the American Revolution."

He understood that "Liberty Under God" is the principle that would make America the most prosperous and admired nation in the history of the world. He coached America to greatness, and if you listen to him, he can coach you to greatness as well.

If you don't have anything worth dying for, you don't have anything worth living for.

Or as Jesus put it, you must be willing to lose your life if you want to save it.

Sign up for a 7-day free email course on how you can become a great American by dedicating yourself to "Liberty Under God." Over the next 7 days you will receive a daily email that will show you how to dramatically change your life. It's free. No obligation. Your address will not be shared in any way.

Imagine that billionaire Bill Gates finally succeeded in his secret project to create a time machine, and brought the Signers of the Declaration of Independence from 1776 into the 21st century. What would the Signers think about today's government? What would they say?

Suppose they said that our present government is unimaginably more tyrannical than the government they fought against, and they had written a new Declaration of Independence and requested your signature. Would you sign?

You celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, but do you agree with it in 2010?

Probably not. Probably fewer than 1 in 10 Americans would sign the Declaration of Independence had they lived in 1776, and if a revised Declaration were offered to them today, they would consider it to be political heresy.

This is the most controversial political webpage on the Internet. It advocates a return to the principle that made America the greatest nation on God's green earth. It is the principle that America's Founding Fathers risked "our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor" to defend, and enshrined in the Declaration of Independence.

That principle is "Liberty Under God."

You balk. You chuckle. "That's not all that controversial," you say.

Americans today prefer security over Liberty, and oppose a nation Under God, preferring instead a secularist deism over the theocratic Christianity of America's Founding Fathers.

Let's prove it. Imagine a candidate for President that appeals to Christians in "red states," a candidate who is genuinely more conservative than George W. Bush. This more conservative candidate for President advocates abolishing the National Endowment for the Arts (for which Pres. Bush actually increased funding. That agency, you may recall, subsidizes pornography and anti-Christian propaganda with your taxes.) The "more conservative" candidate would abolish approximately 90% of the federal government, privatizing Social Security, Medicare, welfare for individuals, and eliminating corporate welfare. This candidate promises to abolish the Department of Education (like Ronald Reagan promised to do), and return prayer, Bible reading, and the Ten Commandments to local schools. He supports teaching creationism and abstinence education in schools. He opposes abortion on demand, and same-sex marriages. His supporters in Congress promise to limit the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to allow the teaching of religion and morality in schools once again. These Congressional candidates also promise to back the President's proposals to cut taxes by 90%, by slashing spending and in many cases completely abolishing numerous government agencies and bureaucracies. This candidate is endorsed by many of the most conservative Christian groups, such as Jerry Falwell, and Dr. James Dobson. 

Would you vote for such a candidate? Would you support such a party?

Then you would have voted for King George III and the British Government that America's Founding Fathers called a "tyranny."

Were our Founders crazy? What's wrong with this candidate? Why did the Founders oppose him so strenuously, even to the point of taking up arms and shooting members of his administration?

This website is even more conservative than the imaginary candidate above, and more radical than America's Founding Fathers. But one respected Christian leader, a physician, considers us to be unrealistic extremists and has said he can no more imagine our political program than he can the solar system without a sun.

Violent Revolution?

We must admire the courage and commitment of America's Founding Fathers, but we can do so even as we question their strategy.

During the American Revolution, over two hundred thousand Americans -- out of a total population of three million -- got out their muskets to kill or be killed, to abolish the British government of the colonies. It was a means to an end; violent revolution was seen as the only way to protect something that mattered dearly to America's Founding Fathers.

What were they fighting for? Did the ends justify the means?

America's Founding Fathers said, "Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God."

Americans today seem to support the violent overthrow of tyrants. Over one million men, women and children in Iraq have been killed over the last ten years in the U.S. attempt to alter or abolish Saddam Hussein's government. Would America's Founding Fathers say this strategy was justified? Will rebellion against the tyranny of Saddam Hussein bring "obedience to God" in Iraq? Was this what America's Founding Fathers were fighting for?

Do Americans support "obedience to God" as much as they support "Rebellion to tyrants?"

But then, maybe Americans are not really in favor of "rebellion to tyrants." After all, the current government does indeed tax at rates that are ten times greater than Britain. If the Christian government of George III was a "tyranny," the secular Bush-Clinton regime would leave America's Founding Fathers speechless. Or outraged.

Risk "our lives" and "our fortunes?" Americans today are not willing to risk much of anything. They enjoy levels of material comfort and pleasure undreamed of by Americans 200 years ago, and they don't want to risk it all by "rocking the boat."

Perhaps most Americans don't even want to know what it was that America's Founders were fighting for. If they knew, Americans today might feel guilty for not doing something to follow in the footsteps of the Founders. Deep down, most Americans know that we no longer stand for any virtuous ideals. Even our idealistic rhetoric ("Democracy in Afghanistan!") is thought to be just a cover for our true ambitions ("oil pipeline to China").

If you're with me so far, you might be the rare American who would like to think about the real meaning of the 4th of July. I'd like to thank you for joining me in some serious contemplation about the meaning of America.

Taking up muskets is not an option in 2010. The current regime has nukes. Nobody can win in an armed revolution against the federal government. Besides, America's Founding Fathers were wrong to take up muskets against Christians from Britain even though they won. Christ -- the Prince of Peace -- never took up arms against Imperialist Pagan Rome in an attempt to prevent the most evil and unjustified government act in human history -- the execution of the Prince of Peace (1 Peter 2:21). Violent revolution is never justified. See this website:

What we need is a revolution of education, persuasion, evangelism, regeneration and conversion.

We should spend a few minutes on or near the 4th of July to ask these two questions:

  • What did the Signers of the Declaration take such great risks to preserve?
  • Are we willing to risk as much as they did?

Liberty Under God
is what made America the greatest nation in human history.
For decades there has been a conspiracy to destroy it.
Now you can join a conspiracy to preserve it.


Perhaps the most familiar criticism of the British government in 1776 was summed up in the slogan, "No Taxation Without Representation"

Historians estimate that the British government attempted to impose taxes on the colonies in 1775 at a rate between 3% and 5%. The U.S. government of 2010 directly takes ten times that amount. An equal amount is indirectly taken through taxes imposed on businesses and passed on to consumers. About 30-40% of the cost of most everything you buy represents taxes passed on to you in the form of higher prices. Much of this revenue is spent by a Congress that exercises powers which the Founding Fathers never gave it, for things like abortions and welfare (corporate and individual), which the Founders would have strenuously opposed. And by far the most important governmental decisions are made by unelected federal judges; many of their decisions are so contrary to the beliefs of America's Founding Fathers that any one of them would have independently triggered the American Revolution. The banning of the Ten Commandments represents the culmination of a long war on Christianity which would have been intolerable to the men who risked their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor for "Liberty Under God," but these decisions are tolerated by most Americans today.

The American Revolution -- the taking up of arms to abolish the British government over the colonies -- is based on these ideas in the Declaration of Independence:

     We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.
     That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.
     That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
     [W]hen a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

The majority of Americans today simply do not agree with the principles of the Declaration of Independence. They don't believe in risking their cable TV and SUV to protect abstract "rights" or political principles. They don't care what form of government they live under as long as they can get gas for less than $2.00 a gallon. (Oops! Make that $3.00 a gallon. Next year they will be content with gas prices under $4.00 a gallon. Every year we accept less prosperity and more slavery.)

"Liberty Under God" is what made America great. It is what the Signers of the Declaration of Independence risked their lives and estates to defend, it is what this website endorses. Most Americans today oppose this ideal, as indicated by their unwillingness to sign the Declaration today.

This website contains the evidence that leads irresistibly to this conclusion:

If the men who signed the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution could see 21st century America, they would take immediate steps to abolish the government they had created.

Stated another way,

America's Founding Fathers would immediately see that the government that exists today is not the government they created. It represents a hostile and anti-Christian foreign power far more dangerous to the ideal of "Liberty Under God" than the British government under George III could even imagine being.

Remember, America's Founding Fathers created a new system of government. They abolished the King altogether. Most people -- even most Americans -- did not believe that society could survive without a king, with the people governing themselves. Surely such a headless nation would collapse into chaos and "anarchy." Conservative Christian Physician Benjamin Rush eventually signed the Declaration of Independence, but at first he was very skeptical about the idea of a society remaining organized without a king.

Never before had I heard the authority of kings called in question. I had been taught to consider them nearly as essential to political order as the sun is to the order of our solar system.

"If you eliminate the king altogether, what will you put in its place?" many probably asked. The answer: "Liberty Under God." It was a radical proposal in its day. It is still radical. Implementing it would be revolutionary.

A search at reveals hundreds of books which describe "The Second American Revolution" -- something that is supposed to be as momentous a change in America as the first American Revolution. Candidates include the Civil War, The New Deal, Coca-Cola, and Newt Gingrich.

It's time for another American Revolution
The LAST American Revolution

The LAST American Revolution will not be a revolution of muskets and cannons. It is a revolution of ideas. It is the 21st century version of 1776: the right of the People to abolish the idea of a king, to destroy the legitimacy of the idea of a monopoly of violence. To secure The Wealth of Nations by unleashing creativity and productivity as the means to success, and abolishing the idea of coercion and force as legitimate means to instant gratification.

If we don't make this commitment, the juggernaut of "the State" -- the legitimized monopoly of violence -- will be extended to a global level.

“[The governments of Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and the United States of America] resolved to: … contribute to hemispheric integration and provide an impetus toward establishing the Free Trade Area of the Americas.”
(CAFTA Agreement, Preamble)

America's Founding fathers were brilliant statesmen, highly-educated, and savvy way beyond most Americans in the 21st century. If they were here today they would recognize that the government they created through the Constitution no longer exists. Further, they would see the trends, and realize that what's left of Constitutional government is about to be abolished. They would see the need to abolish the federal government by returning its powers to the states and to The People, rather than giving those powers to an unelected global government. Click this link to learn what America's Founding Fathers would see were they here today:

Who will be First to Abolish the United States?

The real issues today is not "taxation without representation, but rather "taxation with representation." Bill Gates did not raise taxes on anyone to build a software empire. Sam Walton did not build the largest corporation in America by threatening anyone with prison terms. Americans enjoy the highest standard of living because of "greedy capitalists," not "public servants." Our lives are improved by business, not government.

I deem [one of] the essential principles of our government, and consequently [one] which ought to shape its administration,…peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.
— Jefferson, First Inaugural Address (1801) 

The message of 1776 was summed up by Ben Franklin:

"Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God."

"Obedience to God" means no support for tyranny. 200 million church-going (or not) Christians in America lend their support to men America's Founding Fathers would call "tyrants." This is where "the LAST American Revolution" will be fought. Jesus said we are not to be or lend our support to "archists" - tyrants. We are to serve others, not threaten them. We are not to seek to be kings over our neighbors. This message must shape our individual lives as well as our foreign policy.

This website seeks to remind 200 million Christians what 1776 meant, and what it means today.

While we are zealously performing the duties of good citizens and soldiers, we certainly ought not to be inattentive to the higher duties of religion. To the distinguished character of patriot, it should be our highest glory to add the more distinguished character of Christian. The signal instances of providential goodness which we have experienced, and which have now almost crowned our labors with complete success, demand from us in a peculiar manner the warmest returns of gratitude and piety to the Supreme Author of all good.
—George Washington, General Orders, (May 2, 1778.)

Christians today are unwilling to get out a musket and kill an employee of the IRS, even though the IRS seeks to confiscate ten times more than the Redcoats did. Is this because Christians are more spiritually mature than Americans in 1776, and realize that violent revolution against tyranny is wrong? Or is it because Christians are more like well-treated slaves, willing to forego freedom in exchange for shorter workdays and a longer hoe?
            • Killing Redcoats was the wrong way to object to "taxation without representation."
            • Taxation WITH representation is wrong.
Christians today know less about "obedience to God" than Americans in 1776. We must learn what they learned, and then move ahead to apply that knowledge the way they would were they here today.

Does anyone in America in 2010 recall the words
of America's Declaration of Independence?

We hold these truths to be self-evident, "self-evident" means you don't need a Ph.D. in Constitutional Law to figure it out.
that all men are created equal, created, not a cosmic accident.
that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. not "endowed by the government"
That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. If we had a time machine which could bring the Signers of the Constitution into the 21st century, those great statesmen would be apoplectic with rage at what our America had done to their America. At great risk, America's Founders took a stand and abolished the colonial government imposed on them by the British. We have lost nearly everything they fought for. Consider just three examples:

Taxes: Scholars estimate that America's Founding Fathers took up arms against British tax rates in the neighborhood of 3-5%. Like docile sheep, unflinchingly waiting to be sheared, Americans today blithely accept taxes ten times as great as the taxes that provoked the War for Independence. Why did "taxation without representation" matter so much to America's Founders? Americans today couldn't say.
Morality: John Adams said,

[W]e have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. . . . Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

The ratification of the federal Constitution was held hostage by the states until a Bill of Rights was guaranteed. The First Amendment prohibited the newly-created federal government from imposing any religious views on the states. In our day the federal government imposes the religion of secularism by prohibiting the states from posting the Ten Commandments in public, prohibiting the states from allowing school children to say the words "under God," pray, or read the Bible in school, and in ways that are now everyday occurrences, prohibits the free exercise of religion.
Government: The Constitution created a government of limited, delegated powers. There was a "separation of powers" Today it would be difficult to name a single area of human life and politics where the federal government does not claim power.
The "separation of powers" has long been abandoned. Scholars and political scientists will tell you what most people don't want to think about: we no longer live under the Constitution with its three branches of government. We live under "Administrative Law" in an "Administrative State." James Freedman has called "the administrative state"  "a fourth branch of government,"[1] but it is actually a form of government which Madison, as he wrote in The Federalist, would have called “the very essence of tyranny.”[2]

(1) J. Freedman, Crisis and Legitimacy, 6 (1978).

(2) Quoted in A. Gulas, The American Administrative State: The New Leviathan, 28 DUQUESNE L REV. 489, 490 (1990). (With Madison's warning ringing in his ears, Gulas nevertheless supports the "New Leviathan.") See also Peter B. McCutchen, Mistakes, Precedent, and the Rise of the Administrative State: Toward a Constitutional Theory of the Second Best, 80 CORNELL L. REV. 1 (1994), in which he admits that we are no longer under the Constitution, but under a "second best" system.

America means Liberty and Limited Government. Our official national motto is "In God We Trust," meaning our Liberty is Under God. "Trust and obey." But today "Liberty Under God" is seen as a threat to the government's "war on terrorism." Perhaps it doesn't take a Ph.D., but it does take more than you got in your public school civics class. The conclusion seems inescapable: America's Founding Fathers would abolish the government of the United States if they were here today.

Lest we be branded as "terrorists" or "extremists," please note: We reject armed revolution; we reject all violence. We believe America's Founding Fathers were unChristian and unjustified in taking up arms against fellow Christians from Britain. We do not advocate taking up arms against any government.

What we advocate is

  • being informed

  • thinking clearly

  • standing courageously and fearlessly on principle

  • refusing to remain silent

In no rational sense can we be said to be governed by the Constitution as intended by its Framers. The Constitution is dead meat. It is only emotion and sentimentalism that leads anyone to claim that the Constitution has not already been abolished. In its place is a form of socialism, communism, fascism, or some other totalitarian and atheistic system.

The more you know about the heart and soul of America's Founding Fathers, the quicker you reach this startling conclusion.

If they were here today, America's Founding Fathers would see that their Constitution has been abolished, and would ask you what you are going to risk to abolish the unConstitutional system that has taken its place.

What will you risk to defend Liberty Under God?

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the Protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.

America's Founding Fathers risked a great deal in defense of an ideal. That ideal was

Liberty Under God

Is there anything you'd give your life or your fortune for? Is there something you would be willing to spend a cold winter at Valley Forge in order to defend?

"Our Lives"
Someone has said that if you don't have anything worth dying for, you don't have anything worth living for.
"Our Fortunes"
America's Founding Fathers risked sizeable estates in defense of  “Liberty Under God.” What have you risked to defend the principles America's Founders fought for?
"Our Sacred Honor"
Does anyone in America care about "honor" any more? Does anyone in America care about anything "sacred" anymore?
"Our Lives"

Too many Americans have no way of measuring the value and success of their lives other than the brand of car they drive or the number of HBO stations they receive.
     But not only do most Americans not have anything worth dying for, they exhibit the most callous disregard for life in general. Four thousand mothers kill their unborn children every day, day after day in America. During the 20th century, ten thousand people were "legally" murdered every single day, day after day (on average) by governments which are a part of the "New World Order." Your tax dollars have funded these governments, including the Soviet Union, the Taliban, and Saddam Hussein.
     How will your grandchildren remember the value of your life?

"Our Fortunes"

It's quite likely you don't have "a sizeable estate" because the government takes half of everything you own. Perhaps America's Founders had a fortune because they were willing to risk what they had to fight taxes which were less than one-tenth what you pay.
      Are you reluctant to criticize an out-of-control government for fear that the IRS will audit you? You are like a monkey in a pet store. You were trapped in the jungle by clever trappers who place peanuts in a container with an opening only large enough for a monkey's empty hand. When the monkey reaches in the container and grabs as many peanuts as his little hand can hold, he can't get his full hand out of the opening. He will not let go of his handful of peanuts in order free himself from the container, and he loses everything as the trapper enslaves him.

"Our Sacred Honor"

America's Founding Fathers were worthy of our honor, because they stood for "Liberty Under God"
     Do people think of you as a person of great honor, for the stand you take?
     Suppose you went on public record as a supporter of "Liberty Under God," and as a result, the forces of atheism and big government began a smear campaign against you, encouraging your customers to stop patronizing your business, your friends to shun you, and professional organizations to strip you of professional recognition. Would you renounce "Liberty Under God" to salvage your reputation?
     At the end of your life, will you have more honor for taking a stand for "Liberty Under God," or do you think you'll have less?
     Americans today risk living their lives without honor, by refusing to take a stand in defense of "Liberty Under God."

Liberty Under God

Americans in 1776 were willing to fight tyranny because they valued liberty. Americans in the 21st century do not fight tyranny because they don't care about liberty. The comforts of slavery (we call it "security") are preferred over the risks of liberty.

Americans do not fight for “Liberty Under God” because they want to be their own god. In Paradise Lost, Milton put these words in Satan's mouth:
"Better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven."
To update Milton:
"Better to live under tyranny with 5 movie channels on my cable TV
than to work at obeying the Ten Commandments and live with “Liberty Under God.

Liberty is good because Tyranny is evil.

Will you publicly declare what America's Founders would say if they were here today? Will you write a letter to a government official? A letter to the editor? Or will you remain silent? Will you take the first steps in the race, following the footsteps of Sam Adams, John Hancock, Patrick Henry, and other faithful Americans?

32And what more shall I say? I do not have time to tell about Gideon, Barak, Samson, Jephthah, David, Samuel and the prophets, 33who through faith conquered kingdoms, administered justice, and gained what was promised; who shut the mouths of lions, 34quenched the fury of the flames, and escaped the edge of the sword; whose weakness was turned to strength; and who became powerful in battle and routed foreign armies. 35Women received back their dead, raised to life again. Others were tortured and refused to be released, so that they might gain a better resurrection. 36Some faced jeers and flogging, while still others were chained and put in prison. 37They were stoned; they were sawed in two; they were put to death by the sword. They went about in sheepskins and goatskins, destitute, persecuted and mistreated-- 38the world was not worthy of them.
Hebrews 11

What will you risk? What will you do? Are you even in the race?

Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us,
Hebrews 12:1

Taking even the tiniest baby-step will get you going in this important race. But you must get going! Taking a few moments away from the fireworks, the football, or the fantasies, and giving your brain a work-out is a great way to start! The links below are like a home-study course in American ideals.

America's Founding Fathers broke out into open revolution against a government which was openly Christian, taxed the colonists less than 5% of their income, and regulated only a tiny fraction of the colonists' lives. "The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected," George Washington declared in his Inaugural Address, "on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained."

But America's Founding Fathers were sensitive to violations of "the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained" toward which Americans today have long grown callous and insensitive.  Our government today is hostile to Christianity, takes half our income in taxes, regulates everything at a cost of some $800 billion per year to our economy, and seizes family farms and estates on a daily basis.

But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.
—Declaration of Independence

America's Founders said "NO" to the mere "design" of an "absolute Despotism." We now see the real thing and say nothing.

Every single person who signed America's Constitution would see the obvious: their Constitution has been overthrown, and in its place is a government "that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained."

It is now our duty "to throw off such Government."

If you accept this duty, and if we should succeed in the discharge of this duty, the next question will be,

What are the "new Guards" that will guarantee our "future security?"

Another Constitution? NO.
Click here for the surprising answer

Liberty Under God

The prophet Micah described a world of "Liberty Under God" as a day when swords are beaten into plowshares, and everyone -- from richest to poorest -- owns their property safely and securely, enjoying life under their Vine & Fig Tree. This ideal has been called "The American Dream," and the words of the Prophet Micah were frequently on the lips of America's Founding Fathers. Immigrants with only a dime in their pocket came to America and found their Vine & Fig Tree in a land of "Liberty Under God." America became the most admired nation in the world because of its decentralized material prosperity and its Christian goodness.

But -- surprisingly -- most Americans today
"Liberty Under God."


"Under God"

Too many Americans are afraid of "Liberty."

Too many Americans are afraid of God.

They think that if there's too much liberty,
society will fall into chaos and lawlessness.
But that's why we must be a nation "under God."

They think that "under God" means an army of clerical police telling you that you can't drink, smoke, eat a cheeseburger or drive an SUV.
But that's why we must defend "liberty."

Some people say they want a nation "under God," but they think liberty is for "anarchists," and they want lots of laws enforced by lots of police and lots of prisons. Some people say they want "liberty," but they want to be their own god; they want a secular nation, not one that reminds them of their duties to the God of our Founding Fathers.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is threatened by schoolchildren saying the words "Under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance, and banned those words from government schools, to the great consternation of the "Religious Right." But the Religious Right favors abridging our liberty if Washington D.C. says it's necessary in order to achieve "security" through a "War on [some] Terrorism" or a "War on [some] Drugs."

Those who oppose "Liberty Under God" have been working feverishly to abolish it. Those who claim to support it have been doing very little to preserve it.

What concrete steps are you willing to take to defend "Liberty Under God?" Will you:

  • write a letter to a politicians

  • write a letter to the editor

  • call in a radio talk show

  • attend an educational seminar

  • invite a friend to go along

Doctors, lawyers, and other professionals are required to take "Continuing Education" classes to remain up-to-date and fully qualified to practice their profession. We should all be professional Americans. We need classes and seminars in "Continuing American Education." We should attend some such seminar at least once a year, every year.

"Liberals" used to believe in liberty. The New Liberalism is a friend of socialist tyranny.

We are all receiving "continuing education" whether we want it or not. "Liberal" politicians and their secular schools and the "liberal" media have trained us all to recoil in horror at the idea of "Liberty Under God" and other "extremist" ideas.

Even if you're one of the few true Americans who profess to love "Liberty Under God," you too have been trained to sit down and shut up whenever you're tempted to speak out in favor of "Liberty Under God."

  • You don't voice your support for "Liberty Under God" because you know it will upset your tranquil life.
  • You're afraid that if you become a consistent defender of "Liberty Under God" you'll be mocked by neighbors and co-workers.
  • You're afraid you might lose your job or be audited by the IRS. You don't want people to think you're some kind of "extremist."

The purpose of this website is to equip you to answer attacks against "Liberty Under God," and encourage you to withstand the opposition that you will encounter if you stand up for "Liberty Under God" consistently and vigorously. There's no reason why you should keep "Liberty Under God" wrapped up and hidden. The IRS should be ashamed to harass people who proclaim "Liberty Under God."

And since this website takes an "extremist" position in favor of maximizing "Liberty Under God," you will likely recoil in horror at its message, as you've been trained to do. You must resist the brainwashing.

In fact, now more than ever, America needs powerful voices for "Liberty Under God."

But if you've lost your job, your friends, and your neighbors shun you because you're obnoxious and overbearing, then you deserve it. This website does not exist to justify your bad personality.

Be warned: this is an extremist website.


"Under God"

We take the extremist position of America's Founding Fathers: our present government is a tyranny.

The contrast between contemporary America and her Founding Fathers is seen in the fact that the Founders were willing to risk "their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor" to fight taxes which scholars estimate at 3-5%. Americans blithely pay ten times as much in taxes without more than occasional comment about taxes being "too high."

We believe it's time for another conspiracy. It's time for another revolution.

The federal government has become a massive threat to "Liberty Under God."

We take an extremist position against America's Founding Fathers by choosing to follow Jesus Christ instead of taking up arms against the government.

We call our conspiracy The Christmas Conspiracy. We oppose violent revolution, even America's War for Independence, but agree with the Founders that Britain's infringement on our liberties was immoral. The Founders recognized that society could not be held together—and the rights of human beings protected—without the pervasive effect of religion and morality. The oft-repeated slogan of "separation of church and state" no longer has anything to do with churches or church denominations (as the Founders intended), but in practice means the separation of God and state, something opposed by every single person who signed the Constitution.

Limitations on government power and recognition of human rights
flowed naturally from the Christian presuppositions of Western Civilization.
Study the connection between Liberty and Christianity

The ratification of the Constitution was not an easy process, as Americans were concerned about surrendering even the slightest liberty. Most of these liberties have now been lost. Most Americans don't know what has been taken, and don't really care. You cannot force someone into respecting liberty. National coercion will not produce a nation "Under God." Armed revolution has never brought a permanent state of "Liberty Under God."

Limited Government
Human Dignity
Under God
Rights Given by God
Accountable to God 
Moral Absolutes

What is the Opposite of Liberty Under God?


Under Man

America's Founding Fathers considered the British Government a "tyranny." Secularism has unleashed tyranny on scale the Founders could not even have imagined.

Fighting for a Vine & Fig Tree society, Christian America resisted a 3-5% tax rate. Secular America is willing to pay ten times as much in taxes to keep God out of public.

These tyrannical taxes are used to prop up anti-Christian dictatorships like the Soviet Union and Saddam Hussein. These governments have murdered hundreds of millions of people, but we don't care as long as we're not reminded in schools and other public places that God says "Thou shalt not commit adultery."

Modern Secular Man considers the Christian world of America's past to be "oppressive," "hung-up," "intolerant." In 1965 the Oscar™ for Best Picture went to "The Sound of Music," a family musical about freedom from the Nazis. In 1966 Hollywood's old Production Code that had placed strict limits on harsh language, graphic sex and excessive violence in motion pictures was scrapped, and by 1969, the Best Picture award went to "Midnight Cowboy," an X-rated movie about a homeless Texan who becomes a slave to homosexual prostitution. one reviewer spoke of the movie as a "travelogue-type journey into the heart of the urban darkness modern man has created for himself, in all its native hues of gray, brown and the depressing, dirty shades of poverty, desperation, and squalor."
Each of the Bill of Rights, with its long history of liberty under English Common Law, has been negated by the now-secular State. Each year, half of our labor is taken by the government, and the rest of our year is totally regulated by bureaucrats and lawyers. "Every move you make | Every step you take | I'll be watching you." Modern Man considers gray poverty and sexual slavery to be preferable to "Liberty Under God" and a Vine & Fig Tree society. In poverty and anonymous homosexuality, at least man is his own god. But these would-be gods always cry out to Big Brother to bring paradise. Those who will not acknowledge the Messiah as their King live under the boot of the messianic state.
18 When that day comes, you will cry out for relief from the king you have chosen, and the LORD will not answer you in that day."
19 But the people refused to listen to Samuel. "No!" they said. "We want a king over us."
1 Samuel 8 || Thomas Paine on 1 Samuel 8
Even living in the grip of what every single person who signed the Constitution would call "tyranny," modern man does not cry out to God. He would rather live under autonomy than Theonomy.

"All they that hate Me love death" — Proverbs 8:36

But always — do not forget this, Winston — always there will be the intoxication of power,
constantly increasing and constantly growing subtler.
If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — forever.
George Orwell, 1984

How To Use This Website

The author of this website has an agenda. It is a "radical," "extremist" agenda. You don't have to buy into that agenda in order to benefit from this website. If you already believe there is something good about "Liberty Under God," then you can learn that there are more good things about "Liberty Under God" than you had thought of. We guarantee you will find something here to help you defend "Liberty Under God," regardless of how you define that. If you find something objectionable on this website, then tell yourself that it's not really a part of "Liberty Under God" and ignore it. For now.

Here's our agenda, which we believe is the only effective remedy for "Tyranny under Man." Knowing our agenda, you can read around it, or through it, avoid being contaminated by its heretical ideas, or whatever:

The most important thing we can do to save America and the idea of "Liberty Under God" is to abolish the federal government of the United States. The men who created it would undoubtedly do just that, and they would be meeting in churches and taverns plotting their strategies before you even finish reading this web page.

Their proposal to abolish the British government and replace it with "the consent of the governed" appeared to be as crazy in 1776 as the idea of abolishing the federal government in 2010.

The Republicans have been promising "reform" for decades. We continue to move toward atheistic socialism. Your commitment to this radical agenda will move the "reformers" in the right direction faster than your commitment to their "reform."

Here is a scenario to jump-start your imagination:

- • -

The year is 2017. The idea of "Liberty Under God" has caught on like wildfire. Christians have been energized to put their faith into practice in concrete ways that are reshaping America family by family, neighborhood by neighborhood, business by business. There has been a massively successful movement of pro-capitalist, anti-socialist, free-market libertarians to privatize government programs and replace their functions with voluntary associations, corporations, charities, and other organizations all competing against each other for the dollars of consumers who value their products and services.

The movement was funded almost single-handedly by Mukesh Malayalam, the inventor of the Geo-Mag® energy system, which harnesses the earth's natural magnetic fields to produce electricity, and drove the price of oil to below $4.50 a barrel. Malayalam, the famous Pakistani child prodigy, moved his world headquarters to Surprise, Arizona, in Maricopa County, and within 5 years doubled the population of Arizona, providing jobs and "free energy" to millions. Malayalam's philanthropic foundation, which quickly surpassed the assets of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, invested billions of dollars in television ads, movies, school curricula, and celebrities in music to push Malayalam's pro-capitalist agenda of "more responsibility, less government, and with God's help, a better world." Hundreds of millions of energy consumers around the world, grateful for plummeting energy costs, eagerly scooped up the pro-capitalist vision, with Mel Gibson's pro-capitalist movies shattering box-office and broadband records, and dozens of new music artists leading aging singers in bringing libertarianism to the top of the pop charts.

First to go was government welfare. Free energy was providing jobs for all -- even in the collapsing oil industry -- and dropping prices while raising real wage rates. Churches and voluntary associations quickly moved in to cover the needs of the few who had been left behind. "Voluntary giving has always been greater than tax-funded government handouts," said Franklin Graham, son of the late evangelist and head of the "Samaritan's Purse" charitable clearinghouse. "We've always been confident that if government got out of the way, churches and other private charities could meet the needs of the poor more efficiently and more personally, adding a spiritual dimension which government has tended to lock out."

Education was also rapidly privatized, and test scores skyrocketed as juvenile crime plummeted. Malayalam's Geo-Mag® industries set the trend by establishing schools for children of employees, and these students -- if they didn't stay on with Malayalam's growing Geo-Mag® empire -- were being snatched up by neighboring Maricopa County hi-tech industries while similar students on the East Coast still languished in crime-ridden public high schools. Soon the apprenticeship model swept the West and spread East, and traditional government schooling was quickly recognized as the dinosaur it had long become.

One government agency after another on both the local and state level was abolished as private-sector counterparts began adopting Malayalam's many technological innovations and left government agencies in the dust. After Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and California effectively eliminated all state borders between themselves with the adoption of the SunBelt Economic Pact (SEP), the aging Ted Kennedy, in a move that outraged his followers and led in 2010 to the end of his long political career, proposed a similar unification of the Northeast. Kennedy's call was seen as an abandonment of the nearly-anachronistic pro-government principles of the Democrat Party, which were already experiencing death-throes in the West. Polls indicated that more than 80% of Americans (but only about half in the Northeast) supported Capitalism and favored abolition of nearly all government programs.

In a movement led by Speaker of the House Ron Paul (R) of Houston TX, the Federal Government had been reduced in size by nearly 75% since the Presidential Election of 2008. Now just one year away in 2018, "The Abolition Amendment" was expected to be approved by the legislature of the last state necessary to make it the final amendment of the U.S. Constitution, as the Ohio and Pennsylvania legislatures raced against each other to be the state that put it over the top, securing the 3/4 necessary to ratify the proposed 29th Amendment to the Constitution.

Also dubbed "The Last American Revolution," "The Abolition Amendment" has two short sections:

(A) The Constitution of the United States is hereby declared null and void, the federal government abolished, and all powers of the federal government are hereby returned to the People or to the several States, from which they were delegated.

(B) Section (A) of this Amendment shall take effect upon the vote of the entire People of the United States on the first Tuesday of November, 2018.

While momentum to abolish all traces of socialism was rapidly making the proposed Amendment superfluous, Americans are starkly divided over the Amendment itself. Many people, even among those who support capitalism and abolition of uncompetitive government programs, feel a sense of sentimentalism and patriotism which won't allow the idea of abolishing the United States to take root, even though one-fourth of the states have effectively been abolished, and Washington D.C. has nearly been emptied of its power, especially since the Defense Department was virtually abolished by Malayalam's perfection of "scalar wave" weapons in 2011. (Malayalam's victory over Defense Department attempts to confiscate scalar wave technology and monopolize it was the subject of Mel Gibson's blockbuster movie in 2012.)

But perhaps the most curious source of opposition to the Abolition Amendment is the North-LaHaye coalition.

Tim LaHaye was the co-author of the "Left Behind" fiction series, a best-selling series of books and movies at the turn of the century which made him a multi-millionaire before his [ironic event]. LaHaye had just reached his 90th birthday. Gary North was the author of Unholy Spirits, a book which was as obscure in its lifetime as LaHaye's was popular. North was the heir of the "Christian Reconstruction" movement that secured the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980, according to Newsweek magazine, which dubbed the Chalcedon Foundation the "think tank" of the Religious Right. North's 1994 book, itself a revision of a 1976 book, None Dare Call it Witchcraft, was revised again in 2011 after Malayalam's rise to celebrity status. North, expanding the claims of his earlier book, claimed the prodigy's powers were demonic. LaHaye labeled Malayalam "an obvious candidate" for the "antichrist." Both LaHaye and North, who for decades jousted with each other over competing views of prophecy and the future, together rallied conservative Christians to join the "Romans 13 Foundation" in Pensacola Fl, which surprised many observers and even many conservatives with its strident opposition to the Abolition Amendment.

Romans 13:1-7

  1. Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.
  2. Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation.
  3. For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same:
  4. For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil.
  5. Wherefore ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience sake.
  6. For for this cause pay ye tribute also: for they are God's ministers, attending continually upon this very thing.
  7. Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour.

Romans 13 is a Biblical text with a long pedigree in Western Political thought, a heritage which was largely forgotten until resurrected by the North-LaHaye coalition. "The Powers that Be," an oft-heard phrase taken as the title of a pro-capitalist DVD that went quintuple-platinum in just the first two months of 2011, is taken from the language of the 13th chapter of the Apostle Paul's letter to the Romans. "They are ordained of God," said North of "the Powers," quoting a subsequent phrase in the Apostle's letter. "The Abolition Amendment is pure anarchy, and will bring down the judgment of God upon America," North warned.

Although North has a reputation as an alarmist, his warning against "anarchism" is not unfounded. "The Abolition Amendment" is widely seen as a referendum on the entire concept of "the government." Pro-capitalist forces have stressed the "non-aggression axiom," the idea that it is always immoral to initiate force against another. Citing the failure of socialist economies around the world, many pro-capitalist leaders have forthrightly called for "the end of government as we know it," an ironic twist on a slogan from the now-discredited Clinton Administration of the 1990's, and the short reign of Bill Clinton as Secretary-General of the United Nations before its scandal-ridden downfall in 2012. Capitalists say recent trends illustrate capitalist theory by showing that socialism and government bureaucracies simply cannot compete with the private sector in providing goods and necessary public services, such as welfare, education, and dispute resolution.

The phrase "The Last American Revolution," often heard accompanying pro-Amendment discourse, hearkens back to America's original revolution against the "Divine Right of Kings" and replacement of British monarchy with the American experiment, "the Consent of the Governed." Pro-Amendment capitalists contend that the entire concept of "the government" contradicts the principle of consent, in contrast to businesses and voluntary associations, which must raise capital through voluntary consent rather than coercion and confiscatory taxation. Repudiation of the entire concept of "the government" is seen by secular capitalists as the next leap in human evolution, and by Christian capitalists as a bulwark of defense against the "New World Order."

It's All Up to You

The date is now November 1, 2018. The election, which, despite the claims of the last four Presidential elections, can legitimately lay claim to being "the most important election in our generation," is days away. Polls have been ubiquitous. Some have suggested that the Internet has made it possible to poll literally every American, instead of merely thousands, and it can be safely said that exactly 50% of Americans are prepared to vote for the Amendment, while exactly 50% are committed to voting against it. You will be the deciding vote. Your one vote will determine whether we abolish "the government" in America.

How will you vote?

You may be thinking, "Has America gone nuts?!  Abolish the government??"

This is an understandable reaction. Many would have agreed with you a few years ago, but they've changed their minds. Not only have they not gone nuts, but they firmly believe that if the Americans who signed our Constitution were to travel through time into the 21st century, they would think we were nuts. "Why do you tolerate these abuses?" they would demand:

We risked "our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor" to fight taxes which were only 3-5%, and you pay ten times as much, to finance atheistic education and give foreign aid to muslim dictators! Has America gone nuts?

Many Americans now think we're nuts to tolerate "the government." They want to share with you the ideas that changed their minds. They think you'll be better off studying what they studied that brought them to the conclusion that we would be better off without "the government." America in 2018 has studied the Bible, and they have studied pro-capitalist, pro-American thinkers. Can you go wrong by studying the Bible and learning more about capitalism? Then please let this website be your tour guide into the future. Prepare yourself for "the Last American Revolution."

The rest of this website is not a fictional account of this future election. It is a manifesto and a handbook, designed to prepare you for such a future election. It is designed to equip you to vote "yes" if given the opportunity to abolish "the government." Until that election is held, you will be faced with millions of opportunities to replace socialism with capitalism, step by step. You must be prepared to take advantage of those opportunities.

What is your label?

Many people are uncomfortable reading new ideas unless they have the idea labeled by an official labeler. "I'm a Democrat, so I only read ideas which have been labeled 'Democrat' by official Democrat organizations." As many Republicans think the same way. The Founding Fathers would be disappointed with both political parties. We have a new label for our idea, a new way to look at "Liberty Under God":


When we say "Liberty" we mean "Anarchy."
When we say "Under God" we mean "Theocracy."

"Anarchy" and "Theocracy" are usually understood to be exact opposites:

 "Anarchy" is non-Christian "Theocracy" is Christian
"Anarchy" means no government "Theocracy" means total government

"Anarcho-Theocracy" would thus appear to be a complete contradiction in terms. It is, however, the logical maximization of "Liberty Under God," and it is the technically precise description of the system advocated on this website.

When we say "Anarchy" we mean pure Laissez-faire Capitalism. We don't mean chaos and lawlessness, we mean the complete absence of governmental restrictions on individual Liberty. We believe such a repeal of governmental restrictions on Liberty will help eliminate chaos and lawlessness. Maybe we're wrong, but at least you better understand what we mean by "anarchy" or "Liberty" -- no politicians, no bureaucrats, no "government," as in "THE government." Stripped of their non-rational emotional connotations, "Liberty Under God" and "Anarchy Under God" are equivalent (obviously, "anarchy" and "UnderGod" are almost never paired together). When we say "Theocracy" we obviously don't mean government-imposed religion, because we just got rid of "THE Government" in the paragraph at left! (Knee-jerk reactions cannot be substituted for thoughtful analysis.) By "Theocracy" we mean a nation "Under God." We mean a society that generally recognizes that the existence of God is a "self-evident truth." A society which is generally committed to obeying "the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God." In this "utopia" there will always be a few who will not obey God's Commandments, but the rest of society will be committed to dealing with such people in a Christlike manner.
America's Founding Fathers said "We the People" have two duties:
         • A duty to abolish any government that tramples on God-given rights
         • A duty to acknowledge God and worship Him.
               This is a duty human beings have even when they hold political office.
"Liberty Under God" cannot exist under traditional forms of government, such as
a monarchy
an aristocracy
a democracy,
a republic

or any other similar form of government. These forms of government are all contaminated by The Big Lie, and inevitably degenerate into "Tyranny under Man." "Liberty Under God" can only exist in a society which might be labeled an "Anarcho-Theocracy." Please do not neglect that link. It's not a marketable name at present, but history, logic, and law - especially the Law of God - show "Anarcho-Theocracy" to be the only alternative, and the only foundation for "Liberty Under God."

Let's Talk About "Extremism"

We like Barry Goldwater's line from the 1964 Republican National Convention:

Extremism in defense of liberty is no vice;
moderation in pursuit of justice is no virtue.

Jesus Christ said if you are not an extremist, you are not a Christian.

In fact, if you are not an extremist, you make Jesus puke:

"I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot. {16} So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth."
Revelation 3:15-16

Can you be a half-way follower of Christ?

No. If Jesus is not 100% your Lord and Master, He is not lord at all and you deceive yourself.

If you reserve even a whit of autonomy for yourself, you are in fact claiming complete sovereignty. Even if you choose to follow Jesus 99% of the time, it is still YOU who are choosing, you who approve of 99% of Jesus' commands, you who put yourself in the place of God and judge some of what Christ said to be wrongyou who are acting as lord of your life. You view religion as a Smorgasbord. You pick and choose depending on what YOU like, but do not view the Word of God as an absolutely binding package deal. Everybody agrees with something Jesus said, even some real sickos. A Christian is someone who believes everything Jesus said. Nothing less than full submission counts for anything.

If you disagree with this, then you want to be at point "M" on the chart below:

Extreme Middle of the Road Extreme
Tyranny Apathy Anarchy
Atheism Lukewarm Theocracy
Hate Indifference Love

If you are not an extremist in defense of "Liberty Under God," what is the guiding principle that keeps you from being a defender of tyranny, atheism and hate? Is "moderation" the Grand Principle that you believe will keep America from collapsing into chaos and lawlessness? When Jesus said "Love your neighbor," was He really just telling us not to hate our neighbor, to avoid extremes, and have an attitude of "moderation" toward our neighbor? Can Lukewarm Indifference ever be Christlike?

Even if our goal were no more than "moderation," if you are at point "A," we must advocate "Z" in order to get you to point "M,"  because A + M only brings you to point "G."

We advocate "Z" on the scale above. We're trying to get you to adopt "Z" as your position as well. If we move you toward "Z" to any degree, we've succeeded. For now.

The goal of this website is to prove that we cannot have too much "Liberty Under God." If someone attributes a social problem to "Liberty Under God," it's actually because there either is

  • not enough Liberty (too many bureaucrats, too much money being extorted from taxpayers, too many people being locked up with sociopaths in federal prisons, too much government interference with the laws of economics), or
  • not enough obedience to God. NO social problem is ever a case of politicians needing more power or society needing more violence.

A Nation Under Which God?

On March 6, 1799, President John Adams issued an official Presidential Proclamation urging (but not compelling) Americans to join "as a society" in "a day of solemn humiliation, fasting, and prayer," to

  • call to mind our numerous offenses against the Most High God, confess them before Him with the sincerest penitence,
  • implore His pardoning mercy, through the Great Mediator and Redeemer, for our past transgressions,
  • and that through the grace of His Holy Spirit we may be disposed and enabled to yield a more suitable obedience to His righteous requisitions in time to come;

President Adams wanted this prayer to be declared officially and observed publicly, "giving to it the character of a national act." America, a nation "under God," was not under just any god, but the God of the Bible. [more]

200 years ago America's Founding Fathers fought for a nation of "Liberty Under God," the God described in the column on the left; the U.S. government of today fought for a nation under the god described in the column on the right:

John Locke, Two Treatises on Government, Bk II sec 135.

[T]he Law of Nature stands as an eternal rule to all men, legislators as well as others. The rules that they make for other men's actions must . . . be conformable to the Law of Nature, i.e., to the will of God. [L]aws human must be made according to the general laws of Nature, and without contradiction to any positive law of Scripture, otherwise they are ill made.

Proclamation of February 28, 1795 by Samuel Adams, issued while he was Massachusetts Governor:

THE supreme Ruler of the Universe, having been pleased, in the course of his Providence, to establish the Independence of the United States of America, and to cause them to assume their rank, among the nations of the Earth, and bless them with Liberty, Peace and Plenty; we ought to be led by Religious feelings of Gratitude; and to walk before Him, in all Humility, according to his most Holy Law.-But, as the depravity of our Hearts has, in so many instances drawn us aside from the path of duty, so that we have frequently offended our Divine and Merciful Benefactor; it is therefore highly incumbent on us, according to the ancient and laudable practice of our pious Ancestors, to open the year by a public and solemn Fast.-That with true repentance and contrition of Heart, we may unitedly implore the forgiveness of our Sins, through the merits of Jesus Christ, and humbly supplicate our Heavenly Father, to grant us the aids of his Grace, for the amendment of our Hearts and Lives, and vouchsafe his smiles upon our temporal concerns:

I HAVE therefore thought fit to appoint, and with the advice and consent of the Council, I do hereby appoint Thursday, the Second Day of April next, to be observed as a Day of Public Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer throughout this Commonwealth....

8 March 2004

Article 7.
A) Islam is the official religion of the State and is to be considered a source of legislationNo law that contradicts the universally agreed tenets of Islam, the principles of democracy, or the rights cited in Chapter Two of this Law may be enacted during the transitional period.  This Law respects the Islamic identity of the majority of the Iraqi people and guarantees the full religious rights of all individuals to freedom of religious belief and practice.

Coalition Provisional Authority

[A new Iraqi Constitution is due August 15, 2005]





For a view of Sam Adams' original proclamation,  click here

Here are the key issues in the debate over abolishing "the government."

1. Capitalism and Pacifism
Can you define "capitalism?" Most people think America is a "capitalist" nation, but that is no longer the case. "Capitalism" is persuasion rather than coercion. It means refusing to initiate force or violence against another in order to get your way. Understanding "capitalism" in this way changes everything.
2. Capitalism and Theocracy
People today generally have a negative reaction to the words "pacifism" and "theocracy." Both of those words lead to "capitalism" and a peaceful, prosperous, and orderly society.
Now you're ready for the links below.

Here is where more detailed study begins:


"Under God"

The Big Lie (32)

A Nation "Under God" (10)

Vine & Fig Tree: A World Without "The State" (169)

"Theo+cracy" means "Under God" (28)

95 Theses Against the State (123)

America: The History of a Theocracy (147)

The 6 pages above contain links to over 300 more pages which should help convince you of the value of "Liberty Under God" and the feasibility of attaining it before the 22nd century (just one lifetime away).

Happy Reading!

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       The American Revolution began in churches. The Boston Tea Party was plotted in a church. The ratifying conventions of several states were held in churches. What would America's Founding Fathers think about a government that told churches they could not say anything about Parliament or King George III, and told courts of law they cannot display copies of the Ten Commandments. The Pastors of early America's churches would rise up and call for the abolition of such a tyranny.
       What will you do?


P.S. - Back to the Future

     Before the election of 2018 takes place, a significant anniversary is observed.
     In 1517, Martin Luther nailed his "95 Theses" to the door of the church and challenged the churchmen to a debate, a debate which was ultimately won by the Reformers.
     2017 will mark the 500th anniversary of that momentous event.
     Luther's 95 Theses challenged the Church's claim that it could sell Justification. Luther claimed that Justification was a gift that could not be earned or bought, but could only be accepted by faith.

     The Protestant Reformation is over. The Protestant doctrine of Justification by Faith transformed Western Civilization, but is now dead, having been replaced by the doctrine of justification by easy believism. Calvin's doctrine of the sovereignty of God gave birth to America, but the U.S. Supreme Court has infallibly declared the sovereignty of man.
     The time has come for a new 95 Theses.
     Socialism, communism, fascism, imperialism, and "democracy" have enslaved more people than the medieval church. It is arguably darker now than it was in "the dark ages." LIBERTY UNDER GOD can only be restored by a "paradigm shift." That momentous shift in thinking, which we hope might be reflected in the momentous election of 2018, may be precipitated by a new 95 Theses:

Ninety-Five Theses on "The State"

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