APP Bulletin 100325                                                             March 25, 2010

                   We Choose Liberty Under God
                Rather Than Enslavement To Tyranny

          On the date of September 7, 1774, at 9 o’clock in the morning, the historic
    First Continental Congress convened to determine their course of action for
    the future of America. That historic meeting was opened with prayer after those
    attending agreed that it was more important to be united in the cause of liberty
    than by which particular religion. That prayer became recognized as the first
    prayer that was given in Congress.

           There are a few special words within that prayer that speak volumes on
    why this nation has been blessed and why we the people of this nation have
    been helped through the trials against our enemies by the hand of God.
    Consider carefully these few words from that prayer:

           "Look down in mercy, we beseech Thee, on these our American States,
    who have fled to Thee from the rod of the oppressor and thrown themselves on
    Thy gracious protection, desiring to be henceforth dependent only on Thee."

           These are words of prayer for the founding of this nation, the greatest
    words of prayer that can be given that when spoken in truth from the heart of
    the people in all sincerity, have resulted in the great miracles of the rise of

           That prayer of the people, those who were the founders of this nation, to
    have "thrown themselves on Thy gracious protection, desiring to be
    henceforth dependent only on Thee" was uttered in the hope of a sacred
    contract between God and the people.

           It was therefore regarded as a miracle that America won the battle against
    the world's greatest military power at that time in the fight for our freedom and

           It was regarded a miracle when the people became united under the laws
    of the United States Constitution, laws that upheld the people's contract with
    God to be henceforth dependent only on Him. They created the Constitution to
    form a central government for the states, a central government that was to be
    bound by the laws of the Constitution under the control of the people who
    wanted to be dependent only on God rather than on any government.

           Now comes years later, around the time of Soviet Premier Nikita
    Khrushchev's September of 1959 visit to our United States. There are more
    undocumented reports that refer to different occasions in which Khrushchev
    said words such as this:

           "Your grandchildren will live under communism. You Americans are so
    gullible. No, you won't accept communism outright. But, we will keep feeding
    you small doses of socialism until you finally wake up and find you already
    have communism. We won't have to fight you. We will so weaken your
    economy until you fall like overripe fruit into our hands."

           The facts prove that before the bad economic policies of government and
    business combined to cause the present recession, our economy was already
    unsustainable and heading toward ruin due to increasing costs of socialism in
    such programs as Social Security and Medicare.

           Even though some people see signs of recovery from the recession, the
    worst is still coming. The law and order that exists under our U.S. Constitution
    will likely suffer unless Americans unite to accomplish reform of an
    unsustainable economy.


           One of those occasions in which Nikita Khrushchev was reported to
    have made similar statements concerning the Communist plot to overthrow
    America was when it was referred to on a CNN LARRY KING LIVE program
    in which Julie Nixon Eisenhower Discussed Her Father's Legacy.  (Program
    Aired June 20, 2001, 21:00   ET)

           About one third of the way through a text recorded transcript of the
    program, we read this:

           "KING: And here we have his two -- I guess, I don't know if they would
    be his favorite Russians."

           "EISENHOWER: Well..."

           "KING: Certainly, Khrushchev helped make your father famous in that

           "EISENHOWER: He did, and what's incredible about this is that
    Khrushchev told my father in 1959, "Your grandchildren will live under
    communism." "

           "And my father said, "Your grandchildren will live in freedom." And I
    know the Khrushchev grandchildren. I've met them. They live in America.
    And Sergei, his son, is one of our friends, and a very fine person."

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           The roll of American government includes promoting the general welfare of the
    citizens of the nation. The general welfare is served best when our laws of freedom are
    upheld in keeping with the unalienable rights of mankind as recognized in our
    Declaration of Independence.

           Every person born into this world has the unalienable right to choose the character
    they want to represent and hope to be, the right to choose right or wrong, wrong over
    right or good over evil in their search for happiness and inner peace.

           People benefit most when living in a free society among other people who respect
    other people's rights. The rights of people in a free society are easier to preserve
    among those who are self governed by a high moral code of conduct or religion.

           Among our laws of freedom written in our Constitution is the law of freedom for
    religion that states our government will not make laws respecting the establishment of
    religion, or restricting the free exercise thereof.

           The intent of our laws of liberty in the Constitution is to protect the people's rights to
    govern themselves. The American people have shown themselves to be responsible in
    their liberty for the care of the earth and environment. We have made environmental
    protection laws that are an added expense to our manufacturing.

           However, the will of the American people and their laws of liberty are being
    subverted by corruption and free trade agreements that enable corporations to seek
    profits through the labor of oppressed workers who are not protected in their rights.

           Some people choose not to believe that life is in the hands of a personal and
    caring Creator. To them, life is accidental which gives them the perceived right to
    control and exploit as they desire.

           Others believe that, for the good of society, man cannot be trusted with liberty as
    our Constitution gives. They think that they are doing good to work for the suppression
    of liberty for the benefit of population reduction.

           People who believe that they must answer to their Creator for all their actions are
    those who are self governed by a high moral code of religion.

           It was people such as these who were our nation's Founding Fathers. It was such
    people who recognized their Creator when they wrote and signed the Declaration of
    Independence. It was such people as these who were inspired in 1861 to create our
    National Motto, "In God We Trust".

          In the history of the creation of our National Motto, the following is given:

           In a letter dated November 20, 1861, the 25th Secretary of the Treasury, Salmon P.
    Chase, wrote to James Pollock, Director of the Mint at Philadelphia:

       "Dear Sir: No nation can be strong except in the strength of God, or safe
    except in His defense. The trust of our people in God should be declared on our
    national coins."

       "You will cause a device to be prepared without unnecessary delay with a
    motto expressing in the fewest and tersest words possible this national

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           The government of a free people must not restrict the free exercise of religion,
    rather it ought to encourage religion by publishing the truth that the worship of the
    Creator referred to in the Declaration of Independence is necessary to the preservation
    of a free society.

           A free American people will remain free only as long as they are able to keep
    government bound by the laws of the Constitution which will happen only as long as they
    depend on God for their needs rather than on government. Government enforced
    socialism is not liberty.

           Americans who brought us the American Revolution did not trust government with
    the power to impose socialism or, in other words, the power to rob from Peter to pay
    Paul. Those who claim that charity is reason to support socialism, can be looked upon
    as being in favor of government enforcement of the practice of religion. Since acts of
    charity toward the less fortunate is a command of true religion that is imposed on each
    individual believer, therefore, the practice of charity is a mark of true religion. Since the
    first law of the Bill of Rights in the Constitution prevents the Federal Government from
    making any law toward the "establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise
    thereof," therefore, the Constitution does not allow socialism in this or in any other
    section of its law. Since the tenth law of the Bill of Rights does not allow the Federal
    Government the right to assume a power that it is not specifically given by the
    Constitution's laws, it is again emphasized that the law of this land of America does not
    give power to the Federal Government to establish and force such action upon society.

           The Independent American Party stands for America and encourages freedom
    loving people everywhere to believe and live by the principles that America was
    founded on. Join with us at for this cause.

    In God We Trust

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