Tag: Justice

02.20.2020: Operation Toussaint | Rexburg Screening

It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. Their child goes missing. Kidnapped. Imagine if it were YOUR child. 2 million children are sold into sex slavery every year and trafficked across the world…including the United States. “Operation Toussaint” is the real-life rescue mission that profiles the daring Special Ops mission on Tim Ballard and his team to…

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02.10.2020: Operation Toussaint | Idaho Falls Screening

It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. Their child goes missing. Kidnapped. Imagine if it were YOUR child. 2 million children are sold into sex slavery every year and trafficked across the world…including the United States. “Operation Toussaint” is the real-life rescue mission that profiles the daring Special Ops mission on Tim Ballard and his team to…

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John Adams Defends The Rights Of All Mankind

The Founding Fathers are famous for promoting the rights of Americans based on the laws of nature and nature’s God, but John Adams went further and defended the rights of all humanity. He made his case in writing, especially his work on the Canon and Feudal Laws, which put to shame civil and religious tyrants….

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Justice with Regard to American Citizens

Worthless paper money and unjust state laws together created animosity, a decline in the work ethic, and tarnished the reputation of republican government. The first principles of justice, in relation to contracts, was being violated without blushing. The founders believed a more perfect union would establish justice by honoring debts, removing animosities between citizens, states,…

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Justice with Regard to Foreign Nations

Justice must be placed above the reach of the influence of rulers, or the denunciations of mobs. Learn how we almost went to war because we didn’t observe justice with regards to foreign nations.  Listen to the audio clip below to catch the eighth installment (lesson 8) of the series “Through the Constitution“ with Daniel Sheridan. …

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We Maintain the Declaration

Today, we celebrate Independence Day.  While we have our BBQs, parades, fireworks, and other traditions and celebrations, it’s important we remember and teach what the celebrations are truly about.  Exactly 243 years ago, 56 brave representatives of the 13 colonies signed the Declaration of Independence, affixing their signatures just below the following sentence, “…And for…

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From the White House to the Supreme Court

William Howard Taft Gets A Job Promotion: From the White House to the Supreme Court On this day, June 30, 1921, a former U.S. President is named Chief Justice of the United States. William Howard Taft was the Governor General of the Philippines. He won the confidence of Presidents William McKinley and Teddy Roosevelt,  Roosevelt…

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