Imagine a Supreme Court Justice like THIS! -Justice Joseph Story

His father was a Boston Tea Party “Indian.” He graduated second in his class from Harvard, was a U.S. Representative, then was elected Massachusetts Speaker of the House. At age 32, he was appointed as the youngest Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. His name was Joseph Story, and he died SEPTEMBER 10, 1845. Joseph Story served on the Supreme Court for 34 years. He helped establish the illegality of the slave trade in the Amistad case, 1841. When the Supreme Court ruled against the Democrat’s Indian Removal Act (Worcester v. Georgia, 1832), Justice Joseph Story wrote March 4,...

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American Minute with Bill Federer Rome destroyed Jerusalem … Then what?

Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed by the Babylonians in 587 BC on the date in the Jewish calendar 9th of Av, or Tisha B’Av. The Second Temple was destroyed by the Romans on the same date, Tisha B’Av, in 70 AD. Rome’s destruction of the Temple began in 66 AD, when Roman Emperor Nero appointed General Vespasian to put down a revolt in Judea. Almost immediately, Rome experienced chaos. Nero committed suicide in 68 AD. His successor, Galba, was assassinated within 8 months. His successor, Otho, committed suicide within 2 months. His successor, Vitellius, was executed within 8...

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Missouri Pastors and Spouses Only

The Missouri Renewal Project Cordially invites you, and your spouse, to participate in its America at a Crossroads Pastors and Pews Event  and/or The Men and Women of Issachar Campaign Training  Special appearance by Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft  Who will be accompanied by  David Brody Bob McEwen Ken Graves David Barton Bill Federer Jason Taylor E.W. Jackson Fred Lowery and other guest speakers To be held at Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Louis St. Charles Two Convention Center Plaza Saint Charles, MO 63303 on Monday, October 10th, and Tuesday, October 11th, 2016 To reserve your space, please RSVP no...

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Assyria-From Beginning to End? Whose side is U.S. on?

  Did you know Assyria was the world’s first empire? It was located in what is today Syria and Iraq. It was mentioned by name in the Book of Genesis, chapter 2, verse 14: “And the name of the third river is Hiddekel (Tigris): that is it which goeth toward the east of Assyria.” Around the year 2,371 BC, as related by Peter BetBasoo, the Assyrian Empire under Sargon of Akkad absorbed the original Sumerian civilization of the Mesopotamian Valley. The world’s first great work of literature is in the original Assyrian language of Akkadian –The Epic of Gilgamesh,...

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The Fall of Rome – Are there Lessons to be Learned?

  THE FALL OF ROME was a culmination of external and internal factors. GREAT WALL OF CHINA By 220AD, the Later Eastern Han Dynasty had extended sections of the Great Wall of China along its Mongolian border. This resulted in the Northern Huns attacking west instead of east. This caused a domino effect of tribes migrating west across Central Asia, and overrunning the Western Roman Empire. OPEN BORDERS Illegal immigrants poured across the Roman borders:Visigoths, Ostrogoths, Franks, Anglos, Saxons, Alemanni, Thuringians, Rugians, Jutes, Picts, Burgundians, Lombards, Alans, Vandals, as well as African Berbers and Arab raiders. Will and Ariel...

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