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Thomas Jefferson: “I hope that we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government..."

Thomas Jefferson: “I hope that we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government…”

“I hope that we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country.” ― Thomas Jefferson, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Volume 10: 1 May 1816 to 18 January 1817 ...
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Thomas Jefferson: “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free … it expects what never was and never will be”

Thomas Jefferson: “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free … it expects what never was and never will be”

Monticello Jan. 6. 16. Dear Sir I am favored with yours of Dec. 24. and perceive you have many matters before you of great moment. I have no fear but that the legislature will do on all of them what is wise & just. on the particular subject of our river, in the navigation of which our county has so great an interest, I think the ...
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President James Madison’s Thanksgiving Proclamation – March 4, 1815

President James Madison’s Thanksgiving Proclamation – March 4, 1815

“The senate and House of Representatives of the United States have by a joint resolution signified their desire that a day may be recommended to be observed by the people of the United States with religious solemnity as a day of thanksgiving and of devout acknowledgments to Almighty God for His great goodness manifested in restoring to them the blessing of peace. No people ought to ...
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Francis Scott Key Penned the Poem, the 'Star Spangled Banner', Later to Become the National Anthem

Francis Scott Key Penned the Poem, the ‘Star Spangled Banner’, Later to Become the National Anthem

Francis Scott Key penned the words to the US National Anthem after watching the bombardment for 25 hours and seeing “Bombs bursting in air, missiles, so much debris, he strained to see. Was the flag still there? He couldn’t see a thing. All night long, he couldn’t. At the crack of dawn, he ran out to the banister, and he looked, straining his eyes, but all ...
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The Battle of Lake Erie: The Capt. Oliver Hazard Perry Miracle

The Battle of Lake Erie: The Capt. Oliver Hazard Perry Miracle

Captain Oliver Hazard Perry, with many of his sailors being free blacks, confronted  the British squadron of six vessels, commanded by the one-armed Commodore Robert  Barclay, who had helped defeat Napoleon's fleet. Strong winds prevented Perry from getting into a safe position. Long-range British cannons crippled his flagship, USS Lawrence, killing most of his crew. Faithful to his battle flag, "DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP," the 28-year-old ...
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President James Madison 2nd Proclamation on Day of Public Humiliation and Prayer During the War of 1812

President James Madison 2nd Proclamation on Day of Public Humiliation and Prayer During the War of 1812

President James Madison, known as the “Chief Architect of the Constitution,” declared a National Day of Prayer on July 9, 1812, and again a year later on July 23rd, 1813. The President's second declaration recounts the many blessings bestowed on the United States during the continued war with Britain and authorizes the second Thursday of September as the day of "public humiliation and prayer" requested by ...
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James Madison Proclamation of a Day of Humiliation and Prayer

James Madison Proclamation of a Day of Humiliation and Prayer

President James Madison, known as the “Chief Architect of the Constitution,” declared a couple of National Days of Prayer - one in 1812 and another in 1813. The one in 1812 was declared for the third Thursday in August, making the declaration on July 9, 1812, stating: Whereas the Congress of the United States, by a joint resolution of the two Houses, have signified a request, ...
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Harvard President Rev. Joseph Willard Warns of Illuminati

Harvard President Rev. Joseph Willard Warns of Illuminati

Rev. Joseph Willard, the president of Harvard University, said in a speech in Lancaster, New Hampshire: "There is sufficient evidence that a number of societies, of the Illuminati, have been established in this land of Gospel light and civil liberty, which were first organized from the grand society in France. They are doubtless secretly striving to undermine all our ancient institutions, civil and sacred. These societies ...
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The War of 1812 Begins. Who Started It? Why? And What was the Outcome?

The War of 1812 Begins. Who Started It? Why? And What was the Outcome?

In 1805, Napoleon suffered a set-back when his combined Franco-Spanish fleet was defeated at the Battle of Trafalgar. Conquering across Europe, Napoleon invaded Russia in June of 1812 with 500,000 men. Six month later he retreated with only 50,000. The Napoleonic Wars resulted in an estimated 6 million military and civilians deaths across Europe. Napoleon’s power waned till he was exiled to the Island of Elba ...
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Thomas Jefferson: "I have given up newspapers in exchange for Tacitus and Thucydides, for Newton and Euclid; and I find myself much the happier."

Thomas Jefferson: “I have given up newspapers in exchange for Tacitus and Thucydides, for Newton and Euclid; and I find myself much the happier.”

Thomas Jefferson said the following in a Letter to John Adams, dated January 21, 1812: "I have given up newspapers in exchange for Tacitus and Thucydides, for Newton and Euclid; and I find myself much the happier." ...
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French Police Investigator Discovers the Illuminati and Reveals Some of their Secrets

French Police Investigator Discovers the Illuminati and Reveals Some of their Secrets

Francois Charles de Berckheim, special commissioner of police at Mayence, a Freemason, had his attention drawn to the activities of the Illuminati, and began an investigation to determine whether or not the sect still was an active movement. He found that there were initiates "all over Europe" and that, instead of dying out, he stated that "Illuminism is becoming a great and formidable power and I ...
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The Senate Voted to Pass this 13th Amendment by a Vote of 26 to 1

The Senate Voted to Pass this 13th Amendment by a Vote of 26 to 1

This is Part 2. For the full story visit The Millenial Report: The True Backstory of the Missing 13th Amendment In 1789, the House of Representatives compiled a list of possible Constitutional Amendments, some of which would ultimately become our Bill of Rights. The House proposed seventeen; the Senate reduced the list to twelve. During this process that Senator Tristrain Dalton (Mass.) proposed an Amendment seeking ...
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