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Daniel Webster: "Our destruction, should it come at all, will be from... the inattention of the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness & negligence."

Daniel Webster: “Our destruction, should it come at all, will be from… the inattention of the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness & negligence.”

"I apprehend no danger to our country from a foreign foe ... Our destruction, should it come at all, will be from another quarter. From the inattention of the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness and negligence, I must confess that I do apprehend some danger." Daniel Webster, June 1, 1837 ...
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Florence Nightingale, at Age 17, Felt that God Spoke to Her, Calling Her to Future “Service.” The Rest is History!

Florence Nightingale, at Age 17, Felt that God Spoke to Her, Calling Her to Future “Service.” The Rest is History!

Florence Nightingale came to prominence during the Crimean war, serving as a compassionate nurse after having heard of the horrific conditions of the wounded soldier. Florence Nightingale was born on 12 May 1820 into a rich, upper-class, well-connected British family at the Villa Colombaia, in Florence, Italy, and was named after the city of her birth. Nightingale underwent the first of several experiences that she believed were calls ...
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John C Calhoun Quote on 'the Many and Powerful Interests, Combined in One Mass' that had 'Risen Up in the Government Greater than the People Themselves'

John C Calhoun Quote on ‘the Many and Powerful Interests, Combined in One Mass’ that had ‘Risen Up in the Government Greater than the People Themselves’

John C. Calhoun, in a speech on 5/27/1836 said: "A power has risen up in the government greater than the people themselves, consisting of many and various powerful interest, combined in one mass; and held together by the cohesive power of the vast surplus in banks." ...
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The Battle of Gonzales Begins the Texas Battle for Independence: "Come and Take It"

The Battle of Gonzales Begins the Texas Battle for Independence: “Come and Take It”

On October 2, 1835, the growing tensions between Mexico and Texas erupt into violence when Mexican soldiers attempt to disarm the people of Gonzales, sparking the Texan war for independence. Texas–or Tejas as the Mexicans called it–had technically been a part of the Spanish empire since the 17th century. However, even as late as the 1820s, there were only about 3,000 Spanish-Mexican settlers in Texas, and ...
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The Liberty Bell is Cracked at the Funeral of Chief Justice John Marshall who Usurped the Constitution with the God-like Power of "Judicial Review"

The Liberty Bell is Cracked at the Funeral of Chief Justice John Marshall who Usurped the Constitution with the God-like Power of “Judicial Review”

The most common story is that the Liberty Bell cracked July 8, 1835, while being rung at the funeral of Chief Justice John Marshall, perhaps as a portent. John Marshall, the longest-serving Chief Justice, began the trend of increasing the Supreme Court’s power by using an expansive reading of the enumerated powers, thereby advancing the view of the supremacy of the Supreme Court through “judicial review.” ...
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Slavery Abolition Act: Slavery Abolished in the British Empire

Slavery Abolition Act: Slavery Abolished in the British Empire

On 3 August 1835, somewhere in the City of London, two of Europe’s most famous bankers came to an agreement with the chancellor of the exchequer. Two years earlier, the British government had passed the Slavery Abolition Act, which outlawed slavery in most parts of the empire. Now it was taking out one of the largest loans in history, to finance the slave compensation package required ...
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A Secret Meeting of Prominent Business Men Took Place in Boston, MA Regarding the Education System

A Secret Meeting of Prominent Business Men Took Place in Boston, MA Regarding the Education System

On the night of June 9, 1834, a group of prominent men "chiefly engaged in commerce" gathered privately in a Boston drawing room to discuss a scheme of universal schooling. Secretary of this meeting was William Ellery Channing, Horace Mann’s own minister as well as an international figure and the leading Unitarian of his day. The location of the meeting house is not entered in the ...
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Andrew Jackson: "The Bank of the United States... Prevent(s)...Political Institutions from Securing the Freedoms of the Citizen"

Andrew Jackson: “The Bank of the United States… Prevent(s)…Political Institutions from Securing the Freedoms of the Citizen”

President Andrew Jackson had Secretary Taney read a statement to the Cabinet that Jackson and Taney had prepared on why the deposits should be removed, referring to the National Bank: "The Bank of the United States is in itself a Government which has gradually increased its strength from the day of its establishment. The question between it an the people has become one of power – ...
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Rev. Jasper Adams gives Sermon titled, “The Relation of Christianity to Civil Government in the United States,

Rev. Jasper Adams gives Sermon titled, “The Relation of Christianity to Civil Government in the United States,

Rev. Jasper Adams gives a sermon to his congregation titled, “The Relation of Christianity to Civil Government in the United States,” on February 13, 1833. Rev. Adams rejected the concept that Christianity has no connection with our law or political institutions, but that Christianity was intended to be “the corner stone of the social and political structures” of the founders. “We must be a Christian nation, ...
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Brotherhood of Death / Order of Skull and Bones Established at Yale University by William Russell and Alphonso Taft

Brotherhood of Death / Order of Skull and Bones Established at Yale University by William Russell and Alphonso Taft

It all began at Yale. In 1832, General William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft put together a super secret society for the elite children of the Anglo-American Wall Street banking establishment. William Huntington Russell’s step-brother Samuel Russell ran "Russell & Co.", the world’s largest OPIUM smuggling operation in the world at the time. Alphonso Taft is the Grandfather of our ex-president Howard Taft, the creator of ...
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John C Calhoun's Fort Hill Address

John C Calhoun’s Fort Hill Address

The idea that states have a constitutional right to nullify or veto acts of Congress gained ground with many Americans in the 1820s. One of the most influential and articulate defenses of the doctrine of nullification came from  John C. Calhoun, Senator from South Carolina and Andrew Jackson’s Vice President. Calhoun’s Fort Hill Address set the stage for South Carolina’s nullification of the federal tariffs the ...
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