One such item of interest is a large stone that was found in a dry creek bed in New Mexico. This stone discovered by early explorers contains the entire Ten Commandments written in Ancient Hebrew script. Today, this large stone still lies where it was originally found in the early 1800’s on the side of Hidden Mountain near Los Lunas, New Mexico, about thirty-five miles south of Albuquerque.
Scholars who have studied the stone say it pre-dates the arrival of Columbus to America.
How did this large stone with the Ten Commandments written in Ancient Hebrew come to be in North America? No one has an answer.
Another item that shows strong evidence of the possibility of Hebrews in America is noted in a custom celebrated by the Yuchi Indians in Oklahoma.
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by Donald R. Laster Jr., ©2011
(Jun. 28, 2011) — Editor’s Note: The following document is part of the appendix in the case Purpura v. Sebelius, which claims that the Patient Protection and Accountability Act is unconstitutional and that Obama is not eligible to serve as president.
The Post & Email covered the case here and here, and it has been covered extensively at Conservative News and Views.
The Jersey Shore Tea Party is a plaintiff in the case, as are many other organizations and individuals. Fifteen constitutional violations have been cited as reasons for the legislation to be vacated. The 15th item claims that the bill violates the Tenth Amendment of the Bill of Rights, which the U. S. Supreme Court recently ruled takes precedence over federal law in keeping with the Framers’ concept of federalism.
It was arguably the biggest sell-out in modern American political history. A group of “pro-family” Republican Senators who already had the power to stop “gay marriage” in New York decided to take the easy route, and simply stepped back and gave in to their opponents.
In any case, this is a painful lesson for all of us about trusting “pro-family” politicians — and a loud wake-up call about the anti-family direction of the Republican Party. We’ve seen it in Massachusetts and other states over the last few years. We’d all better “get it” before it’s too late.
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After this week’s edition, one has to wonder why.
Time’s headline story is titled, “Does It Still Matter?’. It refers to the U.S. Constitution. And in large part, Stengel’s answer is “No”. In fact, he basically argues that it never mattered.
Stengel points to the irrelevancy of the Constitution is pointing to war powers. He goes on:
Stengel’s most relevant passage states the following:
“We can pat ourselves on the back about the past 223 years, but we cannot led the Constitution become an obstacle to the U.S.’s moving into the future with a sensible health care system, a globalized economy, an evolving sense of civil and political rights…
…The Constitution does not protect our spirit of liberty; our spirit of liberty protects the Constitution. The Constitution serves the nation; the nation does not serve the Constitution.”
These passages, more than any other, show Stengel’s bias, and in the end, his ultimate stupidity. The Constitution does protect our spirit of liberty, in so far that without such a document, what would we define as liberty? Would we, for example, simply inherently understand that free speech is a right, without such a declaration as the first amendment? The Constitution serves our nation, to be sure; but a nation which does not serve the Constitution is abiding by what law, exactly?
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DADT Survey Results Written BEFORE Survey Taken!
In a 33 page report by Inspector General, Department of Defense, obtained by WND and reported today, “Feds Find Fix Was in on ‘Study’ of Homosexuality in Ranks,” concludes that “the fix – maybe even handed down by the White House – was in before the military ever started asking soldiers and sailors about how opening the ranks to homosexuals would affect the nation’s defense.”
If you will remember the Democrats, having suffered extreme losses during the mid-term elections, were ramming through legislation during the Lame Duck Session before their representative’s terms were up. One of those laws was the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy established during Bill Clinton’s term in office in 1993 that prohibited homosexuals from serving in the armed forces. There was little debate, and few hearings on the subject as both the Democrat led House and the Senate pushed the legislation through. One of their key arguments relied on the “Survey.” It now appears that Congress was duped and the information misrepresented about this survey. The report is also showing that an unknown person leaked unauthorized information to the media.