The United States of America
became the greatest nation on earth by following this simple
For America's Founding Fathers, "Liberty Under God"
meant that no person or group has the right to prevent others from
living peacefully under their "Vine
& Fig Tree."
For decades, this principle has
been under attack by all three branches of government. Congress
has been delegating our liberties away,
the President has sacrificed our liberties in a
short-sighted quest for "security,"
and the Supreme Court has been at war
with God for two generations.
Most students can graduate from
college without ever hearing what the Founding Fathers meant by the
phrases "Liberty Under God" and "Vine
& Fig Tree."
Under God should not be just an empty slogan to parade
about on patriotic occasions. The Christmas
Conspiracy is willing to risk
being labeled "politically incorrect" by sticking to this
principle as consistently as America's Founders did -- or even more
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 without more than occasional comment about
taxes being "too high." 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 been lost.
Should we take up arms against the government? Members of The
Conspiracy 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 togetheróand
the rights of human beings protectedówithout the pervasive effect
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 human rights flowed naturally
from the Christian
presuppositions of Western Civilization.
- Limited Government
- Human Dignity
- Under God
- Rights Given by God
- Accountable to God
- Moral Absolutes
lawyers, and other professionals are required to take
"Continuing Education" classes to remain up-to-date
and fully qualified to practice their profession. We should
all be professional Americans. This web site is my effort to
provide "Continuing American Education."
Throughout this web site you will find insights into the
relationship between liberty and true
religion. You'll find criticisms of government programs which infringe
on liberty and replace true religion with a false religion which
undercuts public virtue and personal responsibility. You'll find
historical information on the true foundations of the American
system, and a classroom full of resources on the economic and
political theory which distinguishes America from all the
socialistic nations of the world. Both the Republican and Democratic
parties have abandoned these principles. Now you have a chance to
join a movement that will give a voice for traditional American
values which brought the prosperity that amazed the world, making
America the most respected and admired nation in history.
& Fig Tree: The American