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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – ““Was the Fourteenth Amendment Constitutionally Adopted?”  I’m not going to read the whole essay because I want you to go download it as part of your Founders Pass membership.  I’m going to tease you with the first two paragraphs because they come right out the gate, right out the gun, and slap you right upside the head.  The article originally appeared in the Georgia Journal of Southern Legal History.”  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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Mike:  “Was the Fourteenth Amendment Constitutionally Adopted?”  I’m not going to read the whole essay because I want you to go download it as part of your Founders Pass membership.  I’m going to tease you with the first two paragraphs because they come right out the gate, right out the gun, and slap you right upside the head.  The article originally appeared in the Georgia Journal of Southern Legal History.  You people are about to be treated.  You are not – no one even knows that that document – the only reason that I know that document exists from Forrest McDonald is because – I’m trying to remember if it was Kevin Gutzman or Tom Woods.  It might have been Brion McClanahan, one of the great historians that we have here as guests and participants, and in Tom’s case business associates.  One of them told me – as I told the story, I went looking for it.  It was difficult to find.  I finally bought a copy ten years ago from the Journal of Southern Legal History.  Listen to this.  He puts the history of the War of Northern Aggression into perfect perspective.

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During and after the Civil War, Southerners repeatedly declared that the cause for which they fought was the “sublime moral principle” of states’ rights. Given such protestations, and given the history of southern resistance to federal authority throughout the antebellum period, it is easy enough to associate states’ rights exclusively with the South—but it is also mistaken. Connecticut and Massachusetts endorsed interposition in 1808; the Hartford Convention of 1814 did the same.

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Man is not left free before God to make his own religion, or even to choose his own religion.  Man is left free to discover for himself the one true religion.  That is, physically free with salvation and damnation in the stakes.

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Mike:  Outside of extra Ecclesiam nulla salus, I don’t think I’ve ever read anything that is more thought provoking, on that subject anyways, on the subject of religious plurality, than that.  One more time:

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Man is not left free before God to make his own religion, or even to choose his own religion.  Man is left free to discover for himself the one true religion.  That is, physically free with salvation and damnation in the stakes.

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Mike:  Back to the story.  When you hear someone saying: Under which principle do you oppose?  Under the stupidity.  Look, the Spanish were stuck – I was just reading this yesterday.  The Spanish were stuck for almost 820 years with Muslim invaders.  Once they moved in, they couldn’t get rid of them.  They were a constant source of acrimony, violence, opposition, riots, you name it.  Every Hades-forsaken thing that we see Muslims doing in France and Denmark and other places today they did in Spain for 800 years.  The Spanish tried to make them illegal.  They did everything they could to get rid and to rid that Christian population of Muslims.  It took them 800 and some-odd years.  Lord knows how much death and destruction was sown by the fact that the Muslims occupied parts of Northwestern Spain for that long.

Back to the – this applies here with this Muslim ban.  I’m not under the delusion that anyone in the White House, or for that matter 99.9999 percent of the country that is America would agree with what I just said and what Brother Francis said about religious plurality.  That’s not the point.  If you don’t agree with what the historical, known, truthful teaching is on marriage, is on abortion, murder, is on divorce, etc., etc., does that make the truth wrong?  Does it make the teaching wrong?  Or does it make the idiots or the prideful imbeciles, the prideful boobs that refuse to accept the truth and live it wrong?  It makes them wrong.  The truth can’t be wrong, can it?

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