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Betrayed by the Bench

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The vision and intent of America's Founding Fathers, as expressed in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, have been betrayed. Judges-from the lowest courts in the land to those who sit on the bench of the Supreme Court-no longer uphold the standards of morality; decency, and freedom which came from the common law on which America grew great.
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182 pages
Published 2005 by Liberty Bell Press
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Seth
Feb 20, 2008 Seth rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Anyone interested in preserving the freedoms promised in the Constitution of the United States.
Recommended to Seth by: Steve Pratt
A very thorough and well-documented history of how the judicial branch of the U.S. Government has gradually and systematically usurped power from the legislative branch, from the states, and from the people.

Now that I have finished the book, I even more highly recommend it. In addition to the excellent history and analysis of the current power of the judicial branch of the U.S. Government, Mr. Stormer also gives an profound plea for all individuals who love liberty to return to the God who made
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Prominent American anti-communist author and Protestant pastor.

In his book "None dare call it treason" (1964) he argued that America was losing the cold war, and that Communist subversives are infiltrating America.

Nowadays he runs his own Publishing company "Liberty Bell Press"
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