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MilesEye View of 4th of July--Feature Commentary

Our Founding Fathers had a vision of a country where the people would be the government, putting in political leaders to carry out the will of the people. The government was to be for the people, not to dictate to the people.

A boat load of pilgrims sailed the ocean under primitive conditions and unpredictable circumstances, risking all to leave the oppression of Europe to find a land where they could be free to worship God and to live in a land where they could choose their own future, not having their future determined for them.

Such a place would be worth risking all to reach. They put themselves, their families, and all life's possiblitiles on the line.

When America gained its independance from England, the newly formed government astonished the world as it watched America grow in strength, wealth and power in such a short time.

George Washington said, "It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible."

In 1892, the Supreme Court of the United States declared, "These and many other matters which might be noticed, add a volume of unofficial declarations to the mass of organic utterances that this is a Christian nation."

Indeed, during the Revolutionary War, Congress imported 20,000 copies of the Bible because "the use of the Bible is so universal, and its importance so great..."

Gavel! This case is settled.

HOWEVER, the Communist Party lost no time in trying to take away the success of a free country and turn it into one of their satellite states living under slavery.

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