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3-4-17 Trump Rallies, Homo-Marxian and SACPS

First off, I am hoping that all of those that can will be attending the Trump Rallies today. I talk about those and the issues with one rally in Washington State.

I believe that the Presidents speech to the joint session of Congress was one of the best if not the best I’ve head or read given in that venue. The directional shift back to some semblance of a Constitutional Republic is refreshing. Although I predicted that as the demoncrats would show their evil so to would the ‘establishment swamp monster’ repudicans.

I bring you the refresher course on the entities causing havoc, the subversion of obama shadow government and the Deep State of Homo-Marxian as defined by W. Cleon Skousen.

Lastly I will introduce you to SACPS. The Samuel Adams Center for Political Science in being established to work with ages 12 through graduate school as well as parents support. Continue reading

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7-25-15: Sam Adams the Puritan Activist

This program is the continuation of the reality that you can be, no, you must be a Christian to be the correct type of activist against tyranny.  Sam Adams again proves this reality in every aspect of his life.  What summarizes how this was true for Sam is this comment by Rev. Thomas Thacher:

” If he preferred the mode of Divine worship in which he was born and ed ucated to other religious institutions of antiquity, or to other forms in which Christianity has appeared, it was not from the prejudices of education, or mere mechanical habit ; but because he conceived our churches, when confined to their original design, were excellent schools of morality ; that they were adapted to promote the future happiness of mankind ; and because by experience he had known them a powerful auxiliary in defending the civil as well as the religious privileges of America.’In this mode of thinking he was instituted. The purity of his life witnessed the sincerity of his profession, and with the same faith he expired.”

The following was written of Adams in The Congregational Quarterly Vol XI:

As the State and the country emerged from the war, there was a strong tendency to depart from that piety, simplicity, and. frugality which had hitherto been dominant, and which such pure-minded patriots as Adams regarded as the basis of the whole structure of liberty. “At a time,”says Edward Everett, ” when the new order of things was inducing laxity of manners, and a departure from the ancient strictness, Samuel Adams clung with greater tenacity to the wholesome discipline of the fathers.” Even before the close of the war he raised his voice and used his pen against the insidious encroachments of extravagance and a lower tone of morals. Immediately after the inauguration of the State government, when Han cock was elected governor, Boston was gay with balls and glittering entertainments. Hancock had wealth, and loved display, and recklessly led the people in a dangerous path, and an era of moral and spiritual social degeneracy was initiated. Adams’s views on these points give a clear insight into the ruling principles of his life, and they are not inappropriate to our own times. He says:—

” Does it become us to lead the people to such public diversions as promote superfluity of dress and ornament, when it is as much as they can bear to support the expense of clothing a naked army ? Will vanity and levity ever be the stability of government either in states or in cities, or what let me hint to you is of the last importance, in families ? . . . . How fruitless is it to recommend the adapting the laws in the most perfect manner possible to the suppression of idleness, dissipation, and extravagancy, if such recommendations are counteracted by the example of men of religious influence and public station?”

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The Source to “The Congregational Quarterly vol XI

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2-14-15 Program: Greater Love

The Love of Liberty is what Samuel Adams is about.  This program discussed how he developed this love.  Here we learn more about Sam Adams as the Puritan Patriot and what that meant then and what it should mean now.

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1-3-15 Program: 2014 in Review and Whats Up for 2015 From the Mirrors of History?

This week is a partial review of last year’s highlights with reflections on the parallels to that which would insight the citizenry of the 1700’s to even think about separating from the central government. Additionally, what does that now mean for us in this so-called republic. I use so-called since republicanism as understood in those early and mid-1700’s is not what we have in this early 21st century.

And off we go to review and consider the past will most likely be the same in the future if you don’t do anything!

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12-20-14 Program: It’s Not the Economy Stupid! It’s About Liberty!

This program reminds us that the Founders and the Anti-federalist in particular saw that Liberty was the substantial purpose of government.  It was the merchants in England that were more worried about their pockets and the king as well as Parliament concerned about paying off war debt the American Colonies were a cash cow for them.

Segment 1: In this program we here from the only female Anti-federalist who was a prolific writer and sat in the council of the likes of Samuel Adams.  Then we have Cato getting into the full mix with the Anti-federalist article Cato V.

Let’s then consider in Segment 2 what is the confusion of the Cuba connection announced by the reigning despot and hearing from Patrick Henry regarding the Consolidated government under the Constitution of 1787.

Lastly in Segment 3, discussion of the letter that Sam Adams wrote to Daniel Webster.

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November 22, 2014 – Thanksgiving Views of Samuel Adams

This week we hear from Mr. Samuel Adams himself regarding not only his views of who should be thanked but what for and why.  Segment No. 1 is from an Article that Adams wrote in a response to the dictated pronouncement of the governor which was denounced by the people.  The last two segments are from Mr. Adams attention in the Continental Congress, his proclamations as Governor of Massachusetts as well as a personal letter.

Adams absolutely believed his Biblical Reformation Roots must be applied not only to personal life and public life but to Politics.

All audios below are in radio programs segment order:
Adams Article signed Candidus – Segment 1


Continental Congress Proclamation – Segment 2
Proclamation as Governor – Segment 3

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November 8, 2014 – Journey to Sam Adams Returning and Did the Midterm Election Mean Anything?

On this broadcast of Samuel Adams Returns – The Anti-federalist Got It Right, ( www.lwrn.net ) I discuss the underlying principles that has brought me on the journey of why Samuel Adams needs to Return.  In the third segment I was compelled to mention something about the recent Mid-term elections.  Regarding these elections, I thought it important to review what George Washington said in his Farewell Address.  As promised in that segment, here a link to the Farewell Address and the ability to download it from here as well.

 

All audios below are in radio programs segment order:
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 1
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 2
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 3

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