Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Happy Birthday to Our Endangered Freedoms

On September 17, 1787, delegates from thirteen states gathered in Philadelphia to sign the Constitution of these United States. The Constitution was then sent on to the states for ratification. This document, and the freedoms and rights it expounded, is greatly valued by most Americans.

Sadly, these freedoms are under assault by those who seek to restrict and control others. Just last week, a Senate committee sought to rewrite the 1st Amendment by redefining the freedom of speech as a "special privilege" granted to a select group. Barack Hussein Obama's attack on the Church in America is long-running and ongoing. The attacks on the 2nd Amendment come with renewed vigor every time a deranged criminal uses a gun, usually in a place where guns are already outlawed, to commit his crimes. After the Boston bombings we saw a large part of the population put under a police state, contrary to all the protections of the Constitution. The State schools are bastions of leftist propaganda, where they strive to indoctrinate future generations by teaching false interpretations of the Constitution. The list goes on and on. Our founding principles have gone from "We the people" to "We, Your Government, for the Right People…"

Happy 226th Birthday to the United States Constitution. May we ever strive to preserve the freedoms confirmed (not granted) by your words.

"The Forgotten Man" by Jon McNaughton


  1. Agreed PH. Anyone who isn't disgusted by this trend is either clueless or a collaborator. Or both.


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