posted by Writer on Mar 4

Washington_DC_Girls'_Rifle_TeamInside is the letter I drafted today to my congressional rep.

Each time the Federal government screws up, like they did on September 11, in Nevada and more recently Florida, we lose more liberties. This isn’t about stopping school shootings, its about taking your gun away. According to Ben Ferguson, “The Second Amendment is non-negotiable.” It doesn’t mean we get to have a .22 or a shotgun, we can own any gun we choose to take on a tyrannical government if it becomes necessary.

“The Left loves mass shootings because it furthers their agenda. They’ve done away with corporal punishment, the Pledge, prayer and pushed things like abortion and mercy killing in schools.” And as one copper said many years ago; “When you lower the standards to where there are no standards, this is what you get.”

The following is my letter to my rep. Am I gonna take the hit alone on this or are you going to contact yours and let them how you feel?

Prior to WWII a good portion of America was rural and many of our father’s and grandfather’s who would later fight in Europe and Asia trekked through woods and fields carrying a rifle or shotgun to school.1ninetymileszTvOm1qzibzio1_500

Once there, they handed them to their teacher who stowed them in a corner until class let out for the day.

This was done because kids might want to hunt for dinner or just “plink” at things on the way home. Funny, there were never any school shootings back then.

Keep in mind that many men who went to war on our behalf were under the age of 21, some as young as 15 or

When I attended public elementary school we had the opportunity to take part in programs that taught gun safety.

No shootings back then either, and I’m in my 60’s.

So, what’s the problem? Why has crime gone through the roof in public schools? Guns? Not at all.

It’s a moral problem, a problem existing deep inside the soul of an individual.

Our Declaration of Independence, America’s brith certificate, has four references to God. However, these ARE NOT generic.

To support this point, check out one piece of strong evidence in the Congressional Record when Rev. Jacob DuChe offered up a prayer when the first Continental Congress met on September 7, 1774. I submit, as his prayer confirms, the Founder’s were referring to Someone specific.

We are a country that has become numb to violence because we’ve departed from our roots.

Life has been cheapened. We’ve rejected the Creator and His laws found in the Bible, and we’re destroying our society – just as the Founders predicted.4-Guns-And-Bible-460x460

Observe Blackstone’s definition of the “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God” found in the Declaration. “Man, considered as a creature, must necessarily be subject to the laws of his Creator, for he is entirely a dependent being…And consequently, as man depends absolutely upon his Maker for everything, it is necessary that he should in all points conform to his Maker’s will.”

Blackstone was taught in American law schools up to the 1920’s until Marxist thought became more influential and his teachings were removed.

I’m also keenly aware that we’re not being governed according to the Declaration and Constitution at this time – and haven’t been for quite some time.

When a country destroys innocent human life because of unwantedness, “life becomes cheap, making it easier for people to become insensitive to the loss of innocent life… We can’t run God and faith out of the public square and not expect to have these sort of consequences.” (1)

“I’ll tell you what I think a teenager absorbs about abortion, unconsciously, in America. He sees a headline online, he passes a television in an airport, he hears the quick story and he thinks: ‘If the baby we don’t let live is unimportant, then I guess I am unimportant. And you’re unimportant too.’ They don’t even know they’re breathing that in. But it’s there, in the atmosphere, and they’re breathing it in. And it doesn’t make you healthier.” (2)eddie-eagle-gun-safety-glens-falls-police-2

“The family blew up — divorce, unwed childbearing. Fatherless sons. Fatherless daughters, too. Poor children with no one to love them. The internet flourished. Porn proliferated. Drugs, legal and illegal. Violent video games, in which nameless people are eliminated and spattered all over the screen… The abortion regime settled in, with its fierce, endless yet somehow casual talk about the right to end a life… So much change, so much of it un-gentle. Throughout, was anyone looking to children and what they need?” (3)

George Mason would define these mass shootings as a national calamity. Back then, he knew if America didn’t deal with slavery there would be hell to pay and we know what the 1860’s brought.

His statement on that issue that parallels the “right to life” issue in this hour; “Every master of slaves is born a petty tyrant. They bring the judgment of heaven on a Country. As nations can not be rewarded or punished in the next world they must be in this. By an inevitable chain of causes & effects providence punishes national sins, by national calamities.

Follow that up with Lincoln’s 2nd Inaugural Address for his thoughts on why the war took place and you’ll see what I mean.proxy_2-tfb

If life isn’t sacred inside the life of a mother it won’t be on the streets either – and we’re seeing that played out in epidemic proportions.

We let Kevorkian run around the Tri-county area dumping bodies after he took advantage of people who were seriously ill.

Congress has blood on their hands and must also take responsibility especially when high ranking members, Charles Schumer to be specific, are seen “high-fiving his colleagues after blocking a vote on the pain-capable bill limiting abortion to the first twenty weeks of development.” (4)

Senator Nelson also casts votes for late-term abortions, but wastes no time rushing to a mic proclaiming that he wants to take more rights away from law-abiding Americans.

George Washington warned us in his first inaugural address that “The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained.

Washington also stated that it is impossible to govern without God and the Bible.

Those boys knew what they were talking about.

Congress should summon the following pastor’s to provide guidance on how to get out of this mess: Franklin Graham (North Carolina); John MacArthur (California); David Jeremiah (California); Chuck Swindoll (Texas); David Barton (Texas); James Dobson (California) and Charles Stanley (Georgia).

Let’s not kid ourselves, some of the same worn out politicians we see day after day in front of a camera don’t have the answers. However, the men mentioned above will direct you to the One who does.

If it was good enough for the Founders, it should be sufficient for us in this day.

When they went to battle against Great Britain they had a “firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence“, which was God. And there are many instances of His intervention throughout that War, and others, that preserved them and led them to victory.

The same principle applies today. “If the Lord doesn’t watch over the city, the watchman labors in vain (Psalm 127:1).”

We have a choice. We can return to the path our Founders paved or to quote Judge Bork, we can ignore it and continue “slouching toward Gomorrah.”

We’ve got good, dedicated coppers out there ready to meet the challenge, yet these shootings are still taking place. Why is that?365E84AE00000578-3694687-image-a-12_1468802693212

Well, John Adams in an address to the military gave us the answer when he said; “We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge or gallantry would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution is designed only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for any other.”

Quote from Ben Ferguson was from Mark Levin’s February 28 show, where he substituted for the Great One. There’s also a quote from one of the callers that evening. (1 and 3) Tony Perkins, (2) Peggy Noonan, (4) Jim Daly.

One Comment to “A Letter to my Congressman”

  1. Deborah Homeister Says:


    This is SO WELL thought out, SO WELL stated!!

    Have you received a reply yet?

    Mind if I use this?

    Thanks bro’ – for keeping on, keeping on!

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