The Decline of our Morals [NOOK Book]

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“We hold these truths to be self evident: that all men were created equal and that they were endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights:”

Were our founders smart or more perceptive than us? It would appear in this present day to be so, for the majority of us. They held that it was not government that they created that ‘endowed’ us with these rights, but by ‘the Creator.’ Do the American people have a birthright, or did they have one once? If so, what was/is that birthright and has it been ...
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“We hold these truths to be self evident: that all men were created equal and that they were endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights:”

Were our founders smart or more perceptive than us? It would appear in this present day to be so, for the majority of us. They held that it was not government that they created that ‘endowed’ us with these rights, but by ‘the Creator.’ Do the American people have a birthright, or did they have one once? If so, what was/is that birthright and has it been plundered from beneath our very noses and from in front of our eyes? Am I engaging in hyperbole in suggesting that it has? Am I simply trying to sell a book or incite the rabble of our society? Or am I telling the truth? You decide. This book is about those who have not only subverted our country’s foundations and institutions, but who have also plundered its resources. It is about how they have done it as well.

If I see you are sleep walking and about to walk off a cliff, how can I not try to awaken you and prevent the harm to you that will surely result? If it is an entire country about to do the same, how can I not speak out? Oh, sleeper will you not awake?

Do we have enemies? If so, would it be helpful to identify them before they overcome us and defeat us? Does that seem like a reasonable proposition? We could first place our enemies into two broad categories: foreign or domestic.

Am I just advancing some theory, or do I know of what I speak?
I am a product of the American public school system and a graduate of some of its better post graduate public universities. I have tested relatively high in many aptitude and intelligent measures tests (PSAT, SAT, LSAT and others). I ranked high in all of my classes at every level. I got what they were teaching and adopted its values, thinking that what I was taught was factual and true. However, by my latter thirties I had come to recognize that there was a profound and stark incongruence between what I recognized as truth and what I had been taught. I had been taught and believed that America had been founded as a secular society by a bunch of dead white rich guys who were at most deists. I had believed that ‘religion’ was at most something that one could pursue personally but had no place in public or societal affairs.

However, I had also been taught to research. I had been taught in reserve that to truly establish what is fact and to separate that from myth, that you had to rely as much as possible on primary sources, not on what someone said that someone said or believed but on the actual words and writing of the primary sources.

I had begun to read the writings of Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison. I had begun to read the writings of Webster, the Federalist Papers and many other primary sources. I found that I had apparently been deliberately taught a pack of lies. I discovered more and more that what I was taught and what is still being taught in American public and even many private institutions are LSP’s myths and revisionist history, not the truth.

Why is this important and what is our true birthright as Americans? That is what this book is about, about how it has been plundered and how we either fight to get it back or lose it forever for ourselves, our children and our children’s children.
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Charles N. Clark holds an undergraduate degree (BA) in Liberal Arts from Langston University (1994) and a MA degree from the University of Oklahoma in Public Administration (with honors standing, 1996).He is a 1978 graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He is a former construction manager (for over twenty years in construction) and a former classroom teacher and coach.
He has been a public administrator in local government positions in Oklahoma and Missouri for over 15 years. He is married to his wife of 30 plus years and counting and has four children. He has been active in church, civic groups and boards for many years. He has always been active in and has dedicated his life to helping people. He is not a democrat or a republican, libertarian or independent, he is simply a Christian. He is not a liberal or a conservative. He seeks ‘the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.’

Charles N. Clark has written numerous books for the purpose of sharing his practical and pragmatic understanding of truth and self-help for any individual interested in fulfilling their responsibilities and in developing themselves into what nature and nature’s God intended.
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