Constitutional Conservatism. –
The Regulators Anti-Socialism Vigilance Committee
A Sure Foundation For Liberty And Justice For All:
The Rule of Law- NOT the Rule of Man/Men.
-Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer. Administrator.
The First Amendment.
“CONGRESS shall make NO law respecting an ESTABLISHMENT of religion, or PROHIBITING the FREE exercise thereof; or abridging the FREEDOM of SPEECH, or of the PRESS; or THE RIGHT of THE PEOPLE PEACEABLY to assemble, and to PETITION the Government for a REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES.”
– Things to take note of:
1. ALL First Amendment Rights are FOR EVERYBODY including Christians.
2. The 1st Amendment FORBIDS CONGRESS from setting up a National/State church, and it FORBIDS CONGRESS from mandating people pay tithes to a church.
3. BUT it does NOT forbid the DISPLAY, EXPRESSION OR CELEBRATION of Religion/Christianity ON/IN Public grounds or buildings! Since almost ALL the Founding Fathers WERE BIBLICAL CHRISTIANS, and 25% were ORDAINED MINISTERS, SINCE our Federal and State buildings and Monuments have Scripture, Biblical Characters, quotes from people of the Christian Faith ON THEM (Including The Ten Commandments!), SINCE one of the FIRST acts of Congress was to BUY WITH TAX MONIES 20,000 BIBLES to replace those destroyed in The Revolutionary War, SINCE other EARLY acts of the FIRST Congress was to pay WITH TAX DOLLARS to have a Christian Chaplain for Congress, The Supreme Court, The President and the Military it is ABUNDANTLY CLEAR that “separation of church and state” as the LIBERALS “define” it today is ANATHEMA to our Founding Fathers!
4. A Christian does NOT have “less rights”, or “a lower quality of rights”! Christians have EXACTLY THE SAME RIGHTS as ANYONE ELSE to say, celebrate, express, display, march, protest, proclaim THEIR VIEWS PUBLICLY. IF it is “o.k.” for Sodomites/Homosexuals/Lesbians to march, have public displays and expression and TO BE IN AND HAVE THEIR PERVERSION TAUGHT IN PUBLIC TAX-PAYER FUNDED SCHOOLS, then it is EQUALLY O.K.- and more so- for Christians to do so. Read More Here: