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A SERMON, CONTAINING, Scriptural Instructions to Civil Rulers, and all Free-born Subjects.

A SERMON, CONTAINING, Scriptural Instructions to Civil Rulers, and all Free-born Subjects.

By Samuel Sherwood, A. M. Pastor of a Church of Christ in FAIRFIELD.

A sermon, containing Scriptural instructions to civil rulers, and all free-born subjects. In which the principles of sound policy and good government are established and vindicated; and some doctrines advanced and zealously propagated by New-England Tories, are considered and refuted.

Delivered on the public fast, August 31, 1774. :

With an address to the freemen of the colony.

In the pdf of the sermon to include: Also, An APPENDIX, Stating the heavy Grievances the Colonies labour under from several late Acts of the British Parliament, and shewing what we have just Reason to expect the Consequences of these Measures will be. Continue reading

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6-6-15 Program: The EPA, Liberty Confused in Idolatry and Tyranny

The EPA has become one of the top despotic and tyrannical bureaucracy in all that is in DC.  Those that are a part of this organization live in idolatry and hence are agents of tyranny!

Listen as I explain what this all means.

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1-17-15 Program: 114th Congress Defined by John Adams and De Tocqueville

This program is a followup from last week by bringing a Federalist into the conversation.  John Adam gives us some insight on what happens if we lose liberty.  Then we pick up with the summation of Yates regarding what he considered the issues regarding the Constitution of 1787 to which we can see the prophetic nature of his concerns.

In the second segment we get back to John Adams writing on Cannon and Feudal Law.  My commentary has been for years that the US has become a modern feudalism over the last 100 years.

Lastly we finish up with one of my favorite commentators and forward seeing travelers of early America, De Tocqueville.  You may have heard some of this before from me regarding soft despotism but I will hammer it home until folks clearly see the truths he spoke of so that we can move to action to change the course of our nation back to Founders Intent.

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