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




Liberty Under God

The two most offensive words in today's political lexicon are "anarchy" and "theocracy."

By advocating "Liberty Under God," this campaign embraces both extremes.

"Liberty" taken to its extreme is "anarchy."
A nation "under God" is a "Theocracy," literally.

What made America the most prosperous and admired nation in the history of the world are the two words that neo-conservatives and secular progressives in media, academia, and government hate the most: Anarchy and Theocracy -- Liberty Under God.

America's prosperity is due to the "anarchy" of the Free Market, operating under "the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God."
• Creativity and productivity come from liberty;
• Law and order are the gifts of God, not "the government."
Those who oppose "Theocracy" are defenders -- intentionally or unintentionally -- of atheistic communism, secular progressivism, humanistic neo-conservatism, or pagan socialism.
• They would trade liberty for security, because they have no "firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence"
• They claim all religions are of equal validity (even Osama bin Laden's religion of Jihadism??)
   and that America's Founders created a secular nation, rather than a nation "under God."

Liberty Under God

The prophet Micah described a world of "Liberty Under God" as a day when swords are beaten into plowshares, and everyone -- from richest to poorest -- owns their property safely and securely, enjoying life under their Vine & Fig Tree. This ideal has been called "The American Dream," and the words of the Prophet Micah were frequently on the lips of America's Founding Fathers. Immigrants with only a dime in their pocket came to America and found their Vine & Fig Tree in a land of "Liberty Under God." America became the most admired nation in the world because of its decentralized material prosperity and its Christian goodness.

But -- surprisingly -- most Americans today
"Liberty Under God."


"Under God"

Too many Americans are afraid of "Liberty."

Too many Americans are afraid of God.

They think that if there's too much liberty,
society will fall into chaos and lawlessness.
But that's why we must be a nation "under God."

They think that "under God" means an army of clerical police telling you that you can't drink, smoke, eat a cheeseburger or drive an SUV.
But that's why we must defend "liberty."

Some people say they want a nation "under God," but they think liberty is for "anarchists," and they want lots of laws enforced by lots of police and lots of prisons. Some people say they want "liberty," but they want to be their own god; they want a secular nation, not one that reminds them of their duties to the God of our Founding Fathers.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is threatened by schoolchildren saying the words "Under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance, and banned those words from government schools, to the great consternation of the "Religious Right." But the Religious Right favors abridging our liberty if Washington D.C. says it's necessary in order to achieve "security" through a "War on [some] Terrorism" or a "War on [some] Drugs."

Those who oppose "Liberty Under God" have been working feverishly to abolish it. Those who claim to support it have been doing very little to preserve it. They are afraid of being accused of "imposing a theocracy." They are afraid that liberty will lead to "anarchy."

is the answer


"Under God"

We take the extremist position of America's Founding Fathers: our present government is a tyranny.

The contrast between contemporary America and her Founding Fathers is seen in the fact that the Founders were willing to risk "their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor" to fight taxes which scholars estimate at 3-5%. Americans blithely pay ten times as much in taxes without more than occasional comment about taxes being "too high."

We believe it's time for another conspiracy. It's time for another revolution.

The federal government has become a massive threat to "Liberty Under God."

We take an extremist position against America's Founding Fathers by choosing to follow Jesus Christ instead of taking up arms against the government.

We call our conspiracy The Christmas Conspiracy. We oppose violent revolution, even America's War for Independence, but agree with the Founders that Britain's infringement on our liberties was immoral. The Founders recognized that society could not be held together—and the rights of human beings protected—without the pervasive effect of religion and morality. The oft-repeated slogan of "separation of church and state" no longer has anything to do with churches or church denominations (as the Founders intended), but in practice means the separation of God and state, something opposed by every single person who signed the Constitution.

Limitations on government power and recognition of human rights
flowed naturally from the Christian presuppositions of Western Civilization.
Study the connection between Liberty and Christianity

The ratification of the Constitution was not an easy process, as Americans were concerned about surrendering even the slightest liberty. Most of these liberties have now been lost. Most Americans don't know what has been taken, and don't really care. You cannot force someone into respecting liberty. National coercion will not produce a nation "Under God." Armed revolution has never brought a permanent state of "Liberty Under God."

Limited Government
Human Dignity
Under God
Rights Given by God
Accountable to God 
Moral Absolutes

What is the Opposite of Liberty Under God?


Under Man

America's Founding Fathers considered the British Government a "tyranny." Secularism has unleashed tyranny on scale the Founders could not even have imagined.

Fighting for a Vine & Fig Tree society, Christian America resisted a 3-5% tax rate. Secular America is willing to pay ten times as much in taxes to keep God out of public.

These tyrannical taxes are used to prop up anti-Christian dictatorships like the Soviet Union and Saddam Hussein. These governments have murdered hundreds of millions of people, but we don't care as long as we're not reminded in schools and other public places that God says "Thou shalt not commit adultery."

Modern Secular Man considers the Christian world of America's past to be "oppressive," "hung-up," "intolerant." In 1965 the Oscar™ for Best Picture went to "The Sound of Music," a family musical about freedom from the Nazis. In 1966 Hollywood's old Production Code that had placed strict limits on harsh language, graphic sex and excessive violence in motion pictures was scrapped, and by 1969, the Best Picture award went to "Midnight Cowboy," an X-rated movie about a homeless Texan who becomes a slave to homosexual prostitution. One reviewer spoke of the movie as a "travelogue-type journey into the heart of the urban darkness modern man has created for himself, in all its native hues of gray, brown and the depressing, dirty shades of poverty, desperation, and squalor."
Each of the Bill of Rights, with its long history of liberty under English Common Law, has been negated by the now-secular State. Each year, half of our labor is taken by the government, and the rest of our year is totally regulated by bureaucrats and lawyers. "Every move you make | Every step you take | I'll be watching you." Modern Man considers gray poverty and sexual slavery to be preferable to "Liberty Under God" and a Vine & Fig Tree society. In poverty and anonymous homosexuality, at least man is his own god. But these would-be gods always cry out to Big Brother to bring paradise. Those who will not acknowledge the Messiah as their King live under the boot of the messianic state.
18 When that day comes, you will cry out for relief from the king you have chosen, and the LORD will not answer you in that day."
19 But the people refused to listen to Samuel. "No!" they said. "We want a king over us."
1 Samuel 8 || Thomas Paine on 1 Samuel 8
Even living in the grip of what every single person who signed the Constitution would call "tyranny," modern man does not cry out to God. He would rather live under autonomy than Theonomy.

"All they that hate Me love death" — Proverbs 8:36

But always — do not forget this, Winston — always there will be the intoxication of power,
constantly increasing and constantly growing subtler.
If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — forever.
George Orwell, 1984

"Liberty Under God" is an "extremist" position (even though it sounds more "moderate" than "Anarcho-Theocracy").

Too many Americans are "moderates," and they hate extremes.

Jesus said He has more respect for extremists than for moderates.

"I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot. So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth."
Revelation 3:15-16

Barry Goldwater, the 1964 Republican Nominee for President, famously responded to repeated accusations of "extremism" as follows:

I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!

"Liberty Under God" means "Anarcho-Theocracy."

Extreme Middle of the Road Extreme
Anarcho-Capitalism Apathy Tyranny
Theocracy Lukewarm Atheism
Love Indifference Hate

Where do YOU want to be on this spectrum?

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