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Prosperity: "The Pursuit of Happiness"

The "Pursuit of Happiness" is the pursuit of blessedness. When we say "God Bless America" we seek a state of happiness. We seek "Liberty Under God." 

The Framers of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution used the phrase "happiness" in the way Sir William Blackstone used it in his Commentaries on the Laws of England (1765), knowing that the English word happy was the equivalent of the Latin word beatus, as in "Beatitudes": 

"Blessed (or happy) are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth." (Matthew 5:5). 

The Framers agreed with Blackstone when he said that God has "so inseparably interwoven the laws of eternal justice with the happiness of each individual, that the latter [happiness] cannot be attained but by observing the former [laws]; and if the former be punctually obeyed, it cannot but induce the latter."

The programs of atheistic socialism are obstacles to the pursuit of blessedness. Our Constitution rejects these obstacles.

When a society is blessed, there is peace and security, and everyone enjoys life under his "Vine & Fig Tree." This was the goal of America's Founding Fathers.

 Government programs do not bring blessedness:

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