Bill of Rights Day

Yesterday was officially Bill of Rights Day Written over 200 years ago, the words that were ratified so many years back have literally changed the course of history: The Conventions of a number of the States, having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, … More Bill of Rights Day

Bill of Rights were “Restrictive Clauses”

American Minute with Bill Federer Bill of Rights were “Restrictive Clauses” to Prevent Federal Government from Ruling through Mandates Though George Washington presided at the Constitutional Convention, George Mason refused to sign the U.S. Constitution. Why? Because it did not put enough limits on the Federal Government. George Mason and George Washington were friends, both being from Virginia. When the Continental … More Bill of Rights were “Restrictive Clauses”

Military Branches Have Not Granted Any Religious Exemption Requests From Vaccine Mandate

US / Zachary Stieber / Nov 13, 2021 No U.S. military branch has granted a request for religious accommodations from the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, military officials said in court filings Friday. Over 16,000 U.S. service members have submitted applications for a religious exemption from the vaccination requirements, according to court documents. The Air Force has seen the most, … More Military Branches Have Not Granted Any Religious Exemption Requests From Vaccine Mandate

No, the Judge Isn’t Biased Toward Rittenhouse – This Is How He Has Always Handled Cases

The problem with folks thinking that he is bias, is in most courtrooms in America today you are guilty until proven innocent. Folks are used to courtroom drama and for liberal judges admonishing the defense never the prosecution. This is simply a case of the judge playing by the book. Source: No, the Judge Isn’t … More No, the Judge Isn’t Biased Toward Rittenhouse – This Is How He Has Always Handled Cases

Virginia’s George Mason – Purpose of Bill of Rights

American Minute with Bill Federer Virginia’s George Mason – Purpose of Bill of Rights is to Limit Government! “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”Thus began the first of the Ten Amendments, or Bill of Rights, which were approved SEPTEMBER 25, 1789. “The Father of the Bill of … More Virginia’s George Mason – Purpose of Bill of Rights

“Tyrants accomplish their purposes…by disarming the people”

American Minute with Bill Federer Justice Joseph Story appointed to Supreme Court by James Madison His father was a Boston Tea Party “Indian.” Joseph Story graduated second in his class from Harvard. He was a U.S. Representative, then was elected Massachusetts Speaker of the House. SOURCE: “Tyrants accomplish their purposes…by disarming the people” “The Relation of Christianity to Civil Government in the United … More “Tyrants accomplish their purposes…by disarming the people”

Today in Church (And U.S.) History

Bill of Rights Guaranteed Religious Liberty In 1787 a convention in Philadelphia drafted what is usually recognized as the most extraordinary political document of history. The Constitution of the United States created a federal system with checks and balances on power. The world had never seen anything like it. Despite its benefits, there was doubt … More Today in Church (And U.S.) History