Episode 444: Dead Constitution By Dead Virtue, Morals, and Religion

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Yes, ours is a Dead Constitution. How so? We have a dead Constitution by dead virtue, morals and religion. In his letter to the Massachusetts Militia, dated 11 October 1798, John Adams ended this communication with more than just the common phrase most improperly assuming that Adams is claiming a Christian constitution.

Because We have no Government armed with Power capable of contending with human Passions unbridled by morality and Religion. Avarice, Ambition, and Revenge or Galantry, would break the strongest Cords of our Constitution as a Whale goes through a Net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

To this concept of who the Constitution is functional for, Madison wrote:

To suppose that any form of government will secure liberty or happiness without any virtue in the people, is a chimerical [imaginary] idea.

Following that, Jefferson wrote:

No government can continue good but under the control of the people; and … their minds are to be informed by education what is right and what wrong; to be encouraged in habits of virtue and to be deterred from those of vice … These are the inculcations necessary to render the people a sure basis for the structure and order of government.

Patric Henry rounds this out with:

A vitiated [impure] state of morals, a corrupted public conscience, is incompatible with freedom.

Oh, you want to hear from Sam Adams on this theme:

Neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt. He therefore is the truest friend of the liberty of his country who tries most to promote its virtue.

Why is that important to note?

As we observed from the Presidential debate, the foundational principles of governing within the context of our Constitution was never once addressed. The basis by which our government is suppose to function was not only danced around but stomped all over, especially by President Biden. To that I am addressing the underpinnings of virtue and morals let alone no mention of religion.

We also have an interesting development at the end of the month of June. That being the Supreme Courts ruling on Immunity. Your favorite pundits have much to say on this so I need say little but, The deamoncrats / enemies of republicanism and constitutionalism, are going apoplectic with their hair on fire. Hopefully they will burn such that they light the path to foundation truth as they burn out.

A Question of Dead Virtue, Morals, Religion, Principles and Manners

On this program for June, I elaborate on these principles. As we see everyday from any media source, left – right or any spectrum, the Republic cannot survive without the core principles of virtue, morals, manners and religion (meaning the Christian religion).

A Bravo Zulu to the State of Louisiana for re-instituting the Ten Commandments into public schools.

In the future, I will have the full transcripts of each segment on my Substack page. I am still learning how to use Substack in my spare time. I’m investigating good audio to text transcription tools so that I can eventually have the program transcription available for you.

Final Point…For Now

Things are moving slowly as I work through the changeup on how I am putting together programs and information. But, the fight for Liberty is accelerating as we move into this election season.

We have seen a number of Supreme and lower court rulings that give some hope that the bureaucracies will be force into accountability. Yet, all levels of government have been so infiltrated with enemies of foundational truth that they are the engines of the consuming ‘Matrix.’

We’ve yet to unplug education from the governmental indoctrination control. Worse, virtue, morals and foundational Christian religion is no where close to ensuring a ‘moral and virtuous people’ that can self-govern as well as produce political leaders and judges enough to govern within First Principles.

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References:

1. Conspiracy In Philadelphia by Gary North

2. Yes, The Constitution is Dead | The Wade Show with Wade

3. Is the Constitution as Dead as that Parrot? | Doug Wilson

4. Power, Escape, Dominion | Doug Wilson

5. From Bloody Biden Head To Code Pink ‘War Criminal’ Display, White House Protest Gets Heated | By TYLER DURDEN, SUNDAY, JUN 09, 2024 – 02:11 PM

6. Biden Puts Conservatives on Notice: “If They Wanna Think to Take on Government if We Get Out of Line … Guess What? They Need F-15s! They Don’t Need a Rifle!” | By Cristina Laila 

7. Preserving A Constitution Designed For A Moral And Religious People, Regent University, August 3, 2020

8. No Liberty without Virtue | Virginia Institute for American History

9. News Flash: The Constitution is Dead10th Amendment Center

10. Jonathan Edward: The Nature of True Virtue

This Months Interesting News Articles Resources

1. “This Is Insane”: US-Linked Ukrainian NGO Unveils ‘Enemies List’ Including ZeroHedge, Tucker, Elon And Trump | BY TYLER DURDEN, TUESDAY, JUN 11, 2024 – 06:25 AM

2. HHS Sued Over Rule Requiring Health Care Providers To Perform ‘Gender Transition’ Procedures

3. Goldman Exposes Bidenomics Real-World Disconnect: Low-Income Americans Are Struggling With High Prices

4. The Second Great Colorado Land Grab | By Kathleen Marquardt |June 12th, 2024

5. European Youth Have Had Enough Of Brussels’ Politics – BY TYLER DURDEN

6. Hungary’s Orbán Announces New ‘Patriots For Europe’ Alliance With Austrian & Czech Nationalists

7. China Stops Reporting Renewable Energy Utilization Data

Definitions:

From Webster 1826 dictionary

Virtue: noun vur’tu. [Latin virtus, from vireo, or its root. See Worth.] The radical sense is strength, from straining, stretching, extending. This is the primary sense of Latin vir, a man.]

1. Strength; that substance or quality of physical bodies, by which they act and produce effects on other bodies. In this literal and proper sense, we speak of the virtue or virtues of plants in medicine, and the virtues of drugs. In decoctions, the virtues of plants are extracted. By long standing in the open air, the virtues are lost.

2. Bravery valor. This was the predominant signification of virtus among the Romans.

Trust to thy single virtue

[This sense is nearly or quite obsolete.]

3. Moral goodness; the practice of moral duties and the abstaining from vice, or a conformity of life and conversation to the moral law. In this sense, virtue may be, and in many instances must be, distinguished from religion. The practice of moral duties merely from motives of convenience, or from compulsion, or from regard to reputation, is virtue as distinct from religion. The practice of moral duties from sincere love to God and his laws, is virtue and religion. In this sense it is true,

That virtue only makes our bliss below.

VIRTUE is nothing but voluntary obedience to truth.

4. A particular moral excellence; as the virtue of temperance, of chastity, of charity.

Remember all his virtues.

5. Acting power; something efficacious.

Jesus, knowing that virtue had gone out of him, turned – Mark 3:1.

6. Secret agency; efficacy without visible or material action.

She moves the body which she doth possess,

Yet no part toucheth, but by virtue’s touch.

7. Excellence; or that which constitutes value and merit.

– Terence, who thought the sole grace and virtue of their fable, the sticking in of sentences.

8. One of the orders of the celestial hierarchy.

Thrones, dominations, princedoms, virtues, powers.

9. Efficacy; power.

He used to travel through Greece by virtue of this fable, which procured him reception in all the towns.

10. Legal efficacy or power; authority. A man administers the laws by virtue of a commission.

In virtue in consequence; by the efficacy or authority.

This they shall attain, partly in virtue of the promise of God, and partly in virtue of piety.

EF’FICACY, noun [Latin efficax.] Power to produce effects; production to the effect intended; as the efficacy of the gospel in converting men from sin; the efficacy of prayer; the efficacy of medicine in counteracting disease; the efficacy of manure in fertilizing land.

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