|In the 18th century, America's Founders gave us what they called "an Experiment in Liberty," and in the 19th century America became the most prosperous and admired nation in history. Washington D.C. abandoned that experiment in the 20th century, embarking on an experiment in government central planning. Everywhere this experiment was tried -- German, Italy, the Soviet Union -- it left poverty and mass death.
So on one side of the spectrum is the totalitarian, central-planning State.
On the other side is "the Invisible Hand" of 100% unregulated, Laissez-faire capitalism.
I believe America's Founders would choose laissez-faire capitalism over socialism.
You're thinking: "Those greedy capitalists will exploit the poor!"
As if greedy politicians don't.
But your moral concerns are valid.
That's why George Washington and America's Founding Fathers believed America had to be committed to "The Laws of Nature and of Nature's God," which Blackstone said could be found only in the Holy Scriptures. Capitalism must be tempered with God's Law. And this is why we must make America a Christian Theocracy once again.
That's right. Theocracy. This is
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|Americans have been trained recently to react in horror to the word "Theocracy." This is an especially devious trick by atheists. A nation "under God" is a Theocracy, because a nation "under God" is a nation that acknowledges that God rules, and "God Rules" is the literal meaning of "Theocracy." Since we've all been brainwashed to repel any move toward "Theocracy," we say nothing when public schools cannot teach children that we are a nation "under God." That might constitute "imposing a Theocracy." Can't have that!
America became the most prosperous and admired nation in history because it was a nation "under God." In short, America was a Christian Theocracy. Today the word "theocracy" conjures up images of Islamic terrorists and mullahs. People think of "theocracy" as a police state governed by priests. This is inaccurate. The word "theocracy" comes from two Greek words, theos, meaning "God," and a Greek word meaning "rule." A theocracy where God rules is a nation "under God." America has always been known as "one nation under God," and therefore America has always been a Christian Theocracy.
But there are good theocracies and there are bad ones. A nation can be attempting to be a Christian Theocracy and do a very poor job of it. We do not believe that a good Christian Theocracy is a police state. We believe a good Christian Theocracy is one where all the priests and princes have resigned and gotten real jobs where they serve others.Everything that the ACLU opposes when it speaks of "imposing a theocracy" was done by Washington and the Founding Fathers. The Constitution would not have been ratified if Americans suspected that it would take the Ten Commandments out of the public school classroom and replace them with homosexuality.
|Congress was sitting in New York on April 30, 1789, when Washington took the oath of office as Chief Executive. During his inauguration, Washington took the oath as prescribed by the Constitution but added several religious components to that official ceremony. Before taking his oath of office, he summoned a Bible on which to take the oath, added the words "So help me God!" to the end of the oath, then leaned over and kissed the Bible.  His "Inaugural Address" was filled with numerous religious references, 
and following that address, he and the Congress "proceeded to St. Paul's Chapel, where Divine service was performed." 
Only weeks later, Washington signed his first major federal bill  - the Northwest Ordinance, drafted concurrently with the creation of the First Amendment.  That act stipulated that for a territory to become a State, the "schools and the means of education" in that territory must encourage the "religion, morality, and knowledge" that was "necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind."  Conforming to this requirement, numerous subsequent State constitutions included that clause,  and it still appears in State constitutions today.  Furthermore, that law is listed in the current federal code, along with the Constitution, the Declaration, and the Articles of Confederation, as one of America's four "organic" laws or foundational charters. 
Washington would be appalled that today's Supreme Court says it is "unconstitutional" for children in public schools to be taught that Christianity is "necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind." Every single person who signed the Constitution believed that it was, and intended for government to endorse that idea.
In his Inaugural Address, Washington, speaking publicly and officially as the new President of the United States, said:
President Washington could not have said these things to children in a public school classroom in 2013. (And not just because American public school students are generally illiterate and wouldn't understand half of what colonial teenagers would have understood.)On the day after the Constitution went into effect in March of 1789, America as a whole and each one of the 13 united States was a Christian Theocracy.
A Christian Theocracy seeks to give God all the glory. It's hard to see that God rules today when the State claims to be the Messiah.
|Americans today have been misled by the myth of "the Separation of Church and State." This mythical idea -- not found anywhere in the Constitution -- has come to mean the separation of God and State, with God being separated into the private world of fantasy and imagination, and the State having omnipotent power in "the real world."
The great conflict in Western Civilization today is whether our world will become
The third reading assignment will be the history of Christian Theocracy and "Western Civilization."
Excerpts from these books are freely available on the Internet. Only one of the authors agrees with our radical conclusions (described below), but their arguments lead to our conclusions if consistently held.
To begin this second story, George Washington would assign the reading of the Supreme Court's opinion in the 1892 Decision Holy Trinity Church vs. The United States and all the historic legal documents cited by the Court.