Missouri's 7th District, U.S. House of Representatives




Congressional Issues 2012

The Declaration of Independence -- the Founding Charter of America -- says this:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.

That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shown, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

Libertarians are sometimes criticized for wanting to abolish entire agencies of government, like the Department of Education, the Department of Energy, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, and Veterans Affairs.

Does it seem like an outrageous thing to say: "Abolish all federal programs and agencies?" This is what you would say if you were consistent with the principles of

People who are shocked by this proposal miss two important facts.

  • The government created by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution no longer exists. Constitutional scholars admit a new form of government has been substituted in its place. Rather than a "Constitutional Republic," we have an "Administrative State."
  • The government of the United States is being abolished, and a new government which includes Mexico, Canada, and the U.S. is being put in its place: the "North American Union."

But finally, if we were consistent with the principles upon which the American Revolution was fought, we too would be working to abolish the entire federal government of the United States, just as Washington, Jefferson, Adams and Hancock worked to abolish wholly the British government over the colonies.

If there were an "easy" button that would instantly abolish the federal government, without a shot being fired, Kevin Craig would push that button. The use of violence against tax collectors -- muskets, cannons, or new weapons -- can never be justified. Our only weapon is persuasion. We must persuade politicians to cease their acts of violence and resign.

Let's face it: The Constitution has ALREADY been abolished.

In no rational sense can we be said to be governed by the Constitution as intended by its Framers. The Constitution is dead meat. It is only emotion and sentimentalism that leads anyone to conclude that the Constitution has not already been abolished.

US Government Abdicates, by Jim Davidson

If you think the Constitution is functioning in any meaningful sense, PLEASE, read that link above. Here it is again: The Constitution is Dead Meat.

Since the Constitution has de facto been abolished, we must now work to abolish it de jure.
The Constitution has been abolished, but people don't know about it; we must make sure everyone realizes it.

Since the Constitution has been abolished, those who have abolished it have replaced it with something else. None of the Framers of the Constitution would recognize our current government as being anything close to what they intended to create. It doesn't matter what you call our present system -- soviet socialism, "The Administrative State," "mixed economy," "fascism" or "socialism," -- it is not the system created by the Framers of the U.S. Constitution. As long as people believe the Constitution has not been abolished, they will continue to believe that what exists is constitutional. And as long as people believe the Constitution is in force, those who have abolished it and are establishing their own form of government will continue to move us along the path that takes US where THEY want to go.

But can't we RESTORE the Constitution? Can't we use the Constitution to return to the kind of limited government envisioned by its Framers?

No. See Peter B. McCutchen, Mistakes, Precedent, and the Rise of the Administrative State: Toward a Constitutional Theory of the Second Best, 80 Cornell L. Rev. 1 (1994).

But suppose we could. If we could restore America to the way things were in 1787, what would keep America from returning to the state we're in today? Obviously the Constitution did not prevent the abolition of the Constitution in the name of the Constitution.

"But whether the Constitution really be one thing, or another, this much is certain - that it has either authorized such a government as we have ... or has been powerless to prevent it. In either case, it is unfit to exist."
-- Lysander Spooner

What was it that allowed the Constitution to be abolished?
What was it that allowed America to be abolished?
What was it that could destroy the idea of every man living peacefully under his "Vine & Fig Tree?"

The answer is: socialism.
The answer is: belief in the idea that it's OK to take from others by force.
The answer is: the widespread belief in the moral legitimacy of an institution called "the State." The idea of "the State" -- that an elite group can wield the power of violence against their fellow man -- is more powerful than any Constitution, as history and the nature of fallen man proves. We must abolish this whole idea if we want to preserve America.

This is the purpose of The Christmas Conspiracy!

We join America's Founding Fathers in pursuing the vision of the Prophet Micah, working for a day when all Americans will live safely and peacefully under their Vine & Fig Tree. But to accomplish this goal we believe we must reject two of the Founders' strategies:

  • We reject armed revolution;
  • We reject every constitution that creates a violent confiscatory socialist institution such as "the State."

James Madison initially opposed The Bill of Rights because he believed the Constitution was strong enough to protect those rights. It was a document of "delegated powers," he said, and it delegated no powers to "the general government" in those areas addressed by the Bill of Rights. But neither the idea of limited authority nor the Bill of Rights prevented the federal government from vastly exceeding the limits established by the Founding Fathers.

If -- and it's a big "if" -- we could return government to the size it had in 1789, there is nothing in the Constitution or Bill of Rights to prevent history from repeating itself. This is because every Constitution is self-contradictory. Every Constitution legitimizes the right of some people to live at the expense of others. Every Constitution gives its moral approval to theft and murder.

The reason why returning government to the size and function intended by the Framers is such a big IF is that so many people are now accustomed to living at the expense of others. There are so many "entitlements" and government programs that threaten one group of citizens with violence in order to confiscate their wealth and give it to others, and so many people have become dependent on these programs, and consider them a "constitutional right," that it is utterly futile and useless to tell them that these programs are "unconstitutional" -- contrary to the "original intent" of the Founding Fathers. The Founding Fathers are all dead. Nobody cares about them.

But God is not dead.

What we need to do is convince Americans that theft is against the Law of God.

All theft. All the time.

And that means an end to all constitutions.

This is the purpose of The Christmas Conspiracy!

We are trying to convince Americans that King Jesus prohibits ALL theft, all the time.

We are trying to convince America that "the government shall be upon HIS shoulders" (Isaiah 9:6).

This is the most radical agenda in the world.

UPDATE! President Bush has entered into an agreement with Mexican President Vicente Fox to merge the United States and Mexico into a new government, possibly called "The North American Union" or "The United States of North America." The Agreement is called "The Security and Prosperity Partnership." Read the incredible details here:


The United States WILL be Abolished

The only question is,
  • WHO will abolish it?  or perhaps stated another way
  • WHAT will replace it?

Either THEY will abolish the U.S. on THEIR terms, for THEIR purposes,
WE will abolish the U.S. on OUR terms and for OUR purposes.

Who are "THEY?" Who are "WE?"

THEY are the most politically powerful people on earth. They hold the highest appointed positions in the Clinton -- and now the Bush -- and soon the Clinton? -- Administrations. WE are Bible-Believing Christians who believe in a Sovereign God. We are those who follow in the footsteps of America's Founders
Their pronouncements are decisive. They write laws affecting millions. They influence international policy. They set the world's agenda. Jesus said our pronouncements would be decisive. We proclaim God's Law, which obligates all nations. We stand in the way of THEIR agenda, and turn their empires upside down.
Their influence is way out of proportion to their numbers.

More about them.

Their philosophy is pagan, occultic, anti-Christian.

They've been working on their agenda for several generations.

Our influence, like salt and light, is way out of proportion to our numbers.

While millions of people in the U.S. might check the "Christian" box on a census or other government form, they are more likely to be following the agenda that THEY promote as the one WE promote.

Some people call us "Christian Reconstructionists." Others call us "Christian Anarchists." We call ourselves The Christmas Conspiracy!

What is OUR agenda? What is THEIR agenda?

The Christmas Conspiracy! seeks to replace the United States with a Christian America, a land where every man can dwell peacefully under his own "Vine & Fig Tree."

This is the vision of the Old Testament Prophet Micah.

This was the vision of America's Founding Fathers.

The other group, far more powerful, seeks to replace the United States with a global dictatorship, in which THEY are in charge.

The "Free Trade Area of the Americas" was to be the next step in the proposed regional government which would include 34 nations in the Western Hemisphere. It is a new government that is not bound down "by the chains of the Constitution." (Thomas Jefferson)

The FTAA was to follow the pattern of the European Union, since both share architects of the same philosophical commitments, and eventually the two regional governments will be merged into a global super-state:

U.S. Congressman Ron Paul Admits Conspiracy to Create World Government

This plan has been re-packaged as the "Security and Prosperity Partnership" (SPP).


It is the continuation of policies going back for decades.

The New American - Worldwide Welfare - September 4, 1995

The New American - Sovereignty and the WTO - March 18, 1996

The New American - The UN Is NOT Your Friend - October 22, 2001


Who is Running America?

Americans Have a Right to Know About the Council on Foreign Relations

Pincer Strategy Behind the FTAA - The New American - May 21, 2001