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Nullifying Tyranny: Creating Moral Communities in an Immoral Society

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As the government grows, the anti-Christian secular humanist element that controls society continues to tighten its grip. In their new book, the authors of The South Was Right! invite Christians to separate themselves from the corruption and establish moral communities with strong values. Twenty chapters explore the concepts of state nullification and the personal right to be left alone by the federal government. Compelling arguments discuss such key issues as the importance of respecting the property rights of ...

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Overview

As the government grows, the anti-Christian secular humanist element that controls society continues to tighten its grip. In their new book, the authors of The South Was Right! invite Christians to separate themselves from the corruption and establish moral communities with strong values. Twenty chapters explore the concepts of state nullification and the personal right to be left alone by the federal government. Compelling arguments discuss such key issues as the importance of respecting the property rights of neighbors and the basic principles necessary for establishing limited government. A historical description of America's moral roots and an explanation of the Founding Fathers' true vision for the country guide the Kennedy brothers as they urge Christians and other interested citizens to take a stand and stop the Leviathan federal government before it tarnishes society.

James Ronald Kennedy and Walter Donald Kennedy staunchly support individual freedom and exercise their rights as members of numerous like-minded organizations. James serves as the director of risk management for an insurance company, and Walter is a registered respiratory therapist and a certified registered nurse anesthetist. Both brothers are members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and write books inspired by their Southern heritage. James resides in Mandeville, Louisiana, and Walter lives in Downsville, Louisiana.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781589807792
  • Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/18/2010
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 1,400,277
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Descendants of Civil War soldiers, twin brothers James Ronald Kennedy and Walter Donald Kennedy have held posts with the Sons of Confederate Veterans for several years. Both also are founding members of the League of the South. In their spare time, the brothers enjoy participating in reenactments of Civil War battles. They are also the authors of The South Was Right! and Why Not Feedom!: America's Revolt Against Big Government, both published by Pelican.

Descendants of Civil War soldiers, twin brothers James Ronald Kennedy and Walter Donald Kennedy have held posts with the Sons of Confederate Veterans for several years. Both also are founding members of the League of the South. In their spare time, the brothers enjoy participating in reenactments of Civil War battles. They are also the authors of The South Was Right! and Why Not Feedom!: America's Revolt Against Big Government, both published by Pelican.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 9

Section I Godly Separation from Evil 17

Chapter 1 Be Ye Separate—God's Command for Moral People 19

Chapter 2 America the Sinful 25

Chapter 3 The Inherent Evil of Government—God's Warning 33

Section II God's Principles of Limited Government 41

Chapter 4 Self-Ownership—First Principle of Human Liberty 43

Chapter 5 What Constitutes a Legitimate Government? 51

Chapter 6 The Inherently Oppressive Nature of Government 61

Chapter 7 Minimal Government—The Least Oppressive Form of Government 67

Chapter 8 Tax Consumers Versus Tax Payers 73

Chapter 9 Dictators in a Democracy 79

Chapter 10 Creating Wealth That Benefits Everyone 85

Chapter 11 Statesmen or Politicians? 93

Chapter 12 Our Money or the Government's Money? 99

Chapter 13 Legitimate Government 107

Section III Godly Republic Lost—Godly Republic Regained 113

Chapter 14 Politicians—America's Greatest Threat to Individual Liberty 115

Chapter 15 Freedom—America's Founding Fathers' Legacy 123

Chapter 16 Original Intentions for a More Perfect Union 131

Chapter 17 The Struggle to Prevent Big Government (1789-1860) 141

Chapter 18 Red States Versus Blue States—America's Great Divide 149

Chapter 19 Sovereign States: The Prerequisite for Creating Moral Communities 157

Chapter 20 God and Gideon—Can We Do It? 167

Section IV Addenda 175

Addendum I Katrina: Death by Government 177

Addendum II Dixie's Unwelcomed Presence in Rosie O'Donnell's America© 187

Addendum III Consent of the Governed—Key to Liberty 201

Addendum IV Boom-Bust Economics 205

Bibliography 215

Index 217

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