THE FEDERALIST PAPERS
THE WAR OF 1812
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS 2 and 13
THE MASONIC CONNECTION
CAN WE TRUST OUR
OR THE CHURCH?
THE DREAM AND THE REALITY
By Dee Finney
|2-14-01 - DREAM - I was working on a project to take the date
off the back of some
Christmas cards that I was using to decorate my house. Other
people wanted to look at
them. The date on the back of the cards was 1812. There
were also binary numbers 0's
and 1's in the line with the date.
There was an old couple who followed me to
another house where I was going to retrieve
some material for this project. I parked my car under an awning
... like a portico ... and
they backed up their powder blue convertible into the space just
outside the portico.
However, they were in the way of the owner who was coming back.
I was going to
direct the old man to park over further, but I knew that if I just
told him, he would back up
and crash right into the house itself, rather than the parking
space that was available. He
didn't have a very good sense of direction when told verbally
which way to go. I tried pointing
him in the right direction, then thought better of that and just
told him he should probably just
go back home. The old woman, who was actually in the
driver's seat, just sat in the car silently
and was of no help at all.
I then went back to the project at my own
house, where I was erasing the 1812 date off the
back of the cards. I looked at how my decorating was coming as the
cards were set up
around the front of the house, outside. The cards looked like
model houses which were about
a foot high and looked like real model homes painted pale yellow.
As I was waking up, a voice popped into my head
and said, "Federalist Papers".
Papers - Project Gutenberg The
Beginning on October 27, 1787 the Federalist Papers
were first published in the New York press under the signature of "Publius".
These papers are generally considered to be one of the most important
contributions to political thought made in America. The essays appeared in
bookform in 1788, with an introduction by Hamilton. Subsequently they were
printed in many editions and translated to several languages. The
pseudonym "Publius" was used by three men: Jay, Madison and
Hamilton. Jay was responsible for only a few of the 85 articles. The
papers were meant to be influential in the campaign for the adoption of
the Constitution by New York State. But the authors not only discussed the
issues of the constitution, but also many general problems of politics.
John Jay, S.C.J. (Supreme Court Judge) Chief Justice.
Nominated by Mason President George Washington. Unknown Mason Status.
James Madison, then James Madison, Jr., was born March
16, 1751, the first of ten children born to a slave owning family in
Orange County, Virginia. James Madison, 4th. President of the United
States (DR) Unknown Mason Status. (Was married to a Todd, of the Collins
bloodline) Vice President George Clinton, 1809-1812. Confirmed Mason and
Illuminati. Vice President, Elbridge Gerry 1813-1814. Unknown Mason
Role In The Great Events of His Era
Hamilton called for a meeting of all 13 states at
Annapolis Maryland in September 1786 to discuss the economic situation in
the country at that time. However, only five states sent representatives.
There were not enough states for a quorum and the conference had no real
authority. Undaunted, Hamilton then requested permission from the Congress
of the Confederation (under the Article of Confederation) to invite
representatives from the thirteen states to assemble in Philadelphia with
the express purpose of "revising" the Articles of Confederation.
Behind closed doors and with no real authority, the delegates decided to
write an entirely new constitution.
Hamilton became the Constitution's most vocal supporter
in New York during the ratification debates. He spared no effort in
promoting it during a critical period in arguably the most critical state.
The primary means by which he did this was of course the publication of
the Federalist Papers. Exactly how many of the anonymous letters
comprising this work were written by Hamilton is in dispute, but it
appears he wrote at least 51 of the 85 total tracts. The essays were less
useful in convincing voters directly of the Constitution's necessity, but
they became a staple for public debaters in Virginia and New York. They
clearly helped enhance the force of Federalist arguments in the key
debates, bargains, and negotiations leading up to ratification.
It is in the Federalist Papers that the political
pragmatism and nationalism of Hamilton are most evident. He makes his most
convincing arguments for a strong American state here, and his commentary
on subjects from foreign affairs to public administration. His ardent
nationalism and occasionally dogmatic personality color his writings,
which determine in large part the character of the entire document. Even
though James Madison penned Federalist 10 and 51, perhaps the most famous
essays in the collection. It was Hamilton who enlisted Madison and Jay to
the task in the first place; when Madison and Jay departed from the
project, Hamilton continued writing tirelessly. He probably exerted more
influence on his companion's work than they upon him; the nature of his
personality probably dictated the inevitability of such an outcome.
Following ratification, Washington appointed Hamilton
the first Secretary of the Treasury. The nation's finances still in
disarray after the war and independence, Hamilton's proposals to pay the
foreign debt and improve public credit were hotly debated in Congress.
Among them were certain provisions, particularly federal assumption of
state debts and the establishment of a central bank, that drew
considerable resentment for the extra short-term burdens they would place
upon the recovery effort. (The various states were printing their own
money at the time and was becoming more and more worthless, the more they
printed) The public's weak grasp of political economy must have made
Hamilton's proposals appear unnecessarily difficult. In spite of this, the
reforms ultimately won out. Historians have since pointed to them as key
factors in helping sustain the early American state, particularly through
its confrontation with Britain in the War of 1812.
The first Secretary of the Treasury also had
considerable influence over foreign policy. He convinced Washington to
adopt a policy of neutrality toward wars in Europe, in spite of strong
public desires to support France. In addition, his instructions laid the
groundwork for the 1794 agreement with England now known as Jay's Treaty,
which settled longstanding disputes and provided for the evacuation of
British troops on American borders. He was appointed Inspector General of
the Army under President Adams, at Washington's urging. His disputes with
Adams during this period were key causes of cleavages in the Federalist
party and the party's subsequent defeat at the hands of the Republican
party in the election of 1800.
Returning intermittently to his law practice through
the 1790s, the hiatus from public life Hamilton took after the election of
1800 was cut short by his untimely and infamous death at the hands of
Aaron Burr. Owing in part to Hamilton's electoral support of Thomas
Jefferson over Burr, whom he considered dangerous, Burr challenged
Hamilton to a duel on July 11, 1804 at Weehauken, New Jersey. Even though
some evidence indicates Burr intended only to maim Hamilton, a mortal
wound he dealt to the latter's midsection resulted in death on the
1800 Aaron Burr, losing Presidential candidate for
Presidency (DR) Confirmed Mason.
The Revolutionary War to the War of 1812
War of 1812 was fought between the United States and Great Britain
from June 1812 to the spring of 1815, although the peace treaty ending the
war was signed in Europe in December 1814 on Christmas Eve. The main land
fighting of the war occurred along the Canadian border, in the Chesapeake
Bay region, and along the Gulf of Mexico; extensive action also took place
NOTE: The connection between the Federalist Papers,
1812, and the Constitution is indeed the War of 1812. The Treaty between
Great Britain and the U.S. was never ratified by Congress. The Second
Amendment was placed onto the constitution giving the American People the
right to bear arms and create militias, because the people were always
worried that Great Britain would attack us again.
Notice that Great Britain possesses Canada, and Great
Britain was always encroaching the U.S. along the Canadian borders and
backing the Native Indians who were at war in various places along the
Treaty of Ghent - signed on Christmas Eve - 1814
1801-1809 Thomas Jefferson, 3rd. President of the
United States (DR) Confirmed Illuminati. Jefferson was a member of the
Lodge of the Nine Muses in Paris and the Beenan Order (Order of the Bees)
known outside Bavaria as the Illuminati. Vice President, Aaron Burr (DR),
1801-1805. Confirmed Mason. Thomas Jefferson was one of the members of
Fire Club as was Benjamin Franklin. This group practiced sexual
immorality there along with other sexually loose people, some famous, some
not to famous. Vice President George Clinton, 1805-1809. Confirmed Mason
and Illuminati. De Witt Clinton N.Y. Gov. was Georges nephew. Confirmed
Mason. Albert (Abraham Alfonse) Gallatin. 4th. Secretary of the treasury.
Jefferson speaks on the Freedom of Religion
Paternity Case Against Jefferson and his Slave Children
The Preamble to the
Bill Of Rights
Congress of the United States begun
and held at the City of New-York, on Wednesday
the fourth of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty nine.
The Conventions of a number of the States,
having at the time of their adopting the
Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent
misconstruction or abuse of its powers,
that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added:
And as extending the
ground of public confidence in the Government, will best ensure
the beneficent ends of its
Resolved by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of America, in
Congress assembled, two thirds of both Houses concurring, that the
following Articles be
proposed to the Legislatures of the several States as amendments
to the Constitution of the
United States, all, or any of which articles, when ratified by
three fourths of the said
Legislatures, to be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of
the said Constitution; viz.
Articles in addition to, and Amendment of the
Constitution of the United States of America,
proposed by Congress and ratified by the Legislatures of the
several States, pursuant to the
fifth Article of the original Constitution.
SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE
"A well regulated Militia being necessary to the
security of a free State,
the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be
is The Second Amendment Important?
Joe's Second Amendment Homepage
Second Amendment Stuff
THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT TO
Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except
as a punishment for crime
whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist
within the United States,
or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article
by appropriate legislation.
Labor, and Slavery at Monticello with the Jefferson Family
It has been documented numerous times that great
American leaders, such as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, gained
their beautifully architected plantations as well as regional prominence
in society at the hands and backs of the slaves they repressed on their
many properties. Thomas Jefferson is presently pointed in today's history
classes as a model of contradiction - on the one hand demanding the rights
of man, on the other enslaving innocent humans in his obvious white
supremacy. Even in letters to his intellectual associates in Europe,
Jefferson reveals his sentiments by referring to blacks as lazy, slow,
unable to reason, lacking in imagination and even spoke against their
"unsightly appearance." Owning over 200 slaves, Thomas
Jefferson never freed one of them - even upon his death - sighting legal
Let us never so adore the constitution of the United
States as to believe that the language in the Constitution and the
framers' concept of natural law could be construed as condemning slavery,
This document impugns itself by regarding slaves as three-fifths of one
person for the purpose of apportioning taxes and representatives. The
constitution also forbids congress to prohibit importation "of such
persons as the several states shall think proper to admit."
The constitution serves as a written testament to the
pro-slavery sentiment the conventioneers were willing to adopt for a
nation's founding, albeit a faulted founding.
And if you think slavery was just about the blacks,
then you need to read how the white women and black women alike were
treated as second class citizens until 1920; and women will testify that
though they were given the right to vote, equality has still not occurred.
Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution
Thirteenth Amendment and it's History
|THE MISSING ORIGINAL THIRTEENTH
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION
If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim,
receive or retain any title of nobility or
honour, or shall, without the consent of Congress accept and
retain any present, pension,
office or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king,
prince or foreign power,
such person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States and
shall be incapable of holding
any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them.
Twelve states ratified the amendment, not enough to
make it part of the Constitution under Article V of the Constitution,
which requires ratification of "the legislatures of three fourths of
the several States, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one
or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress."
Original Thirteenth Amendment: - Titles of Nobility and Honour
Missing Thirteenth Amendment
NOTE: And who ...( tongue in cheek ) ... is
being crowned King George W. Bush?
Real Titles of Nobility Amendment FAQ
THE MASONIC UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA
"Of the fifty-six signatories of the Declaration of
Independence, only nine can definitely be identified as
Freemasons, while ten others may possibly have been. Of the
general officers in the Continental Army, there were so far as
documentation can establish, thirty-three Freemasons out of
seventy-four. Granted the known Freemasons were, as a rule, more
prominent, more instrumental in shaping the course of events than
their unaffiliated colleagues...
St. John's Lodge in Philadelphia, known as "Libre
B," has its first entry dated June 24, 1731. The first lodge
in Boston was constituted July 30, 1733, at the house of Edward
Lutwych, an inn at the Sign of the Bunch of Grapes in King Street.
In 1736, Solomon Lodge No. 1 of Charleston, South Carolina, held
its first meeting; by 1738 there is evidence of Masonry in
Savannah, Georgia, and New York City, and 1739 saw the meeting of
the lodge at Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Very quickly Masonic
lodges spread throughout the colonies and established themselves
as accepted adjuncts of civic responsibility.
In 1776 a group of African-American Masons in Boston began
meeting as a lodge; they were formally chartered by England in
1784 as African Lodge No. 459. African Lodge and its descendants
developed a separate Grand Lodge system, known as Prince Hall
Masonry (after the first Master of African Lodge) which continues
While Freemasonic aspects of the American Revolution are
sometimes exaggerated, they should not be overlooked. The
federalist design of the American government would never have been
attempted without some precedent -- the revolutionaries were not
about to throw away their hard-fought victory on a method of
governance with no proven stability. But where in the world had
such concepts as separating the chief executive's office from the
officeholder and using regular, orderly elections to elect that
executive ever been practiced?
The system was lifted from Masonic lodges.
The way the constitution united the states in a federal
structure, according to one Masonic writer quoted by Baigent and
Leigh "is identical to the federalist system of Masonic
American political party founded to counter the supposed
political influence of FREEMASONRY. It arose in W New York state
after the disappearance (1826) of William Morgan, a former Mason
who had written a book purporting to reveal Masonic secrets.
Freemasons were said, without proof, to have murdered him. At
Baltimore, in 1831, Anti-Masons held the first national nominating
convention of any party, and issued the first written party
platform. In 1834 they helped form the WHIG
William Morgan, was widely believed at the time to have been
murdered by a coterie of Masons after his mysterious disappearance
from the steps of the Canandaigua Jail in 1826. Rumored to
have been killed for what he exposed in this book, Captain Morgan
details the first
three degrees of Freemasonry. Though a body was found
on the shore of Lake Etie in Canada and positively identified by
Morgan's widow, another woman forward and claimed it was her son.
Thus it remains a mystery whether the body was Morgan or not.
The accounts of Masons and anti-Masons differ greatly in the
events which followed, but it is agreed that Morgan was kidnapped
by a group of Masons, was taken to the Canadian border and held
for several days, and then disappeared. Anti-Masons charged that
Morgan had been murdered according to the provisions in his oath,
but no body was ever found. Masons responded that they had simply
paid him to leave the country.
Masonic Disclaimer of the case
The Anti-Masonic Party
From the 1820's through the 1840's there was an official
political party in the United States called the Anti-Masonic
Party, which existed for the primary purpose of trying to
eliminate Freemasonry in the U.S. This political party was an
outgrowth of a very strong moral and religious movement attaching
Masons, and this party was actually very successful. It almost
destroyed Freemasonry, and had a lasting impact.
Because of the William Morgan disappearence and cover-up,
and the popular feeling that Masons held themselves above the law
and formed a secret government, plus other factors, combined to
produce a huge public campaign against Freemasonry. Charges were
added that Masonic secrecy was used to hide illegal and immoral
activities, that Masonic oaths were unlawful and
"bloody," and that Masons sought to subvert American
political and religious institutions to provide more benefits for
themselves. Women joined the anti-Masonic fervor, and were very
successful in convincing husbands to resign, because of their
exclusion from Masonry.
Prominent politicians, including some Masons, supported the
Anti-Masonic party. Former President John Quincy Adams, William A.
Seward (who later became a founder of the Republican Party and
Secretary of State during the Civil War), Thaddeus Stevens (who
became almost the dictator of the U.S. House of Representatives
after the Civil War), and prominent politicians such as Daniel
Webster and former Grand Master of Kentucky Henry Clay made public
Antimasonic comments. The Anti-Masonic party candidate for
President in 1832 was a former Mason who said he now realized the
Masons were a threat to the country.
The number of U.S. Masons probably dropped from 100,000 to
40,000 in 10 years. New York went from 20,000 to 3,000 Masons and
from 480 to 82 lodges, and Freemasonry was similarly devastated in
Vermont, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut,
and Ohio. In several States, Grand Lodges ceased to meet, Grand
officers resigned and no new ones could be found, and no
initiations took place for many years. The numerical effects on
Masons were probably surpassed by the devastating psychological
effects. Most Masons gave up the Craft, and those who remained
were frightened. Even though Freemasonry started to build up again
starting in the 1840's and 1850's, it stayed quieter than ever
before. Antimasonry started again in politics in the late 1860's,
and since then it has been a simmering social and political force
in the U.S.
Books on the topic:
The Anti-Mason Party in the United States 1826-1843, by
William Preston Vaughn, published 1983
"Anti-Masonry" article, in Coil's Masonic
Encyclopedia, published in 1961 (new edition now in process)
Anti-Masonry, by Alphonse Cerza article in AQC (journal of
the Masonic research lodge in London)
The Whig Party
One of the two major political parties of the United States
in the second quarter of the 19th century
As a party it did not exist before 1834, but its nucleus was
formed in 1824 when the adherents of John Quincy Adams and Henry
Clay joined forces against Andrew Jackson. This coalition, which
later called itself the National Republican party, increased in
strength after the election of Jackson in 1828 and was joined in
opposition to the President by other smaller parties, the most
notable being the Anti-Masonic party. By 1832, Jackson had also
earned the enmity of such diverse groups as states’ rights
advocates in the South, proponents of internal improvements in the
West, and businessmen and friends of the Bank of the United States
in the East. This opposition was built up and correlated by Henry
Clay in the election of 1832. Two years later, in 1834, all the
various groups were combined in a loose alliance.
In the 1836 presidential election the Whigs were not unified
or strong enough to join behind a single presidential candidate;
instead several Whig candidates ran for office. The most prominent
were Daniel Webster in New England, William Henry Harrison in the
Northwest, and Hugh Lawson White in the Southwest. The election
went to the Democrat, Martin Van Buren, but in opposition the
Whigs grew steadily stronger.
The two great leaders of the party were Clay and Webster,
but neither was ever to head a victorious national ticket.
Here is a list of Presidents who were Masons.:
George Washington James Monroe Andrew
Jackson James Polk James Buchanan
James Garfield William McKinley
Theodore Roosevelt Howard Taft Warren
Franklin Roosevelt Harry Truman
Gerald Ford George Bush William
Freemasons are sworn to protect their brother Freemasons
should they engage in
immoral or criminal conduct. The royal arch mason swears,
"I will aid and assist a
companion royal arch mason, when engaged in any difficulty, and
espouse his cause,
so far as to extricate him from the same, if in my power,
whether he be right or wrong
. . . A companion royal arch mason's secrets, given me in charge
as such, and I knowing
him to be such, shall remain as secure and inviolable, in my
breast as in his own, murder
and treason not excepted."
Excerpted from: Masons
and Mystery at the 33rd Parallel
1963: The Kennedy Assassination
1963 JFK Sr. was shot from the front and killed in Dealey
Plaza in Dallas, Texas near the 33rd Parallel on 11/22/63 (11 + 22
= 33). Dealey Plaza is the site of the first masonic temple in
Dallas. The Masons who co-ordinated the assassination were
traitors to their guest, United States President John F. Kennedy
Sr. An article in the Realist, 1991, suggests that George Bush was
taped in a telephone conversation with [Masons] Lyndon Johnson, J.
Edgar Hoover, Allen Dulles, Nelson Rockefeller, and J. Edgar
Hoover, in which the parties discussed the assassination of John
F. Kennedy. Some Masons who were involved in the cover-up of the
Kennedy assassination are as follows:
Johnson had received the Entered Apprentice Degree in
Johnson City Lodge No. 561, Texas, on October 30, 1937. Johnson,
as next in line for the Presidency, was the most direct
beneficiary of JFK's death. He was a Mason who hated JFK, a
Catholic. One of Johnson's first acts as President was to call the
Dallas Police to order them to stop the investigation because they
had their man, Oswald. This was an illegal order because the
President has no authority to tell city police how to conduct a
homicide investigation. President Johnson also ordered the Federal
Bureau of Investigation to check every aspect of the
assassination. This was a whitewash. The F.B.I. was headed by J.
Edgar Hoover, who had become a member of Federal Lodge No. 1,
District of Columbia, on November 9, 1920.
The public wanted more answers concerning the murder of the
President than the Masonic-controlled F.B.I. could provide. So, on
November 29, 1963, President Johnson issued an executive order
creating the Warren Commission, named after the man President
Johnson had chosen to lead it, United States Supreme Court Chief
Justice Earl Warren. Warren, a Past Grand Master of Masons in
California, was joined on the Commission by two other known
Freemasons: Senator Richard B. Russell, a member of Winder Lodge
No. 33, Georgia, and Representative Gerald R. Ford of Michigan.
John Sherman Cooper, Hale Boggs, Allen W. Dulles, and John J.
McCloy were the others on the Commission. Allen W. Dulles had been
Director of the C.I.A. until JFK fired him. Louisiana Democratic
Congressman Hale Boggs, who later publicly expressed doubts about
the Warren Commission Report, disappeared in a plane between
Anchorage and Juneau, Alaska on October 16, 1972.
Masons representing many interests may have conferred and
reached a consensus on Kennedy's fate, as occurred in the Morgan
case in 1826, each knowing their discussions would be held in
confidence. Their motives would probably be to protect and advance
business interests and their social positions. These would
Taking the presidency for Freemason
Lyndon B. Johnson,
Protecting Freemason J. Edgar
Hoover's control of the F.B.I.,
Eliminating Kennedy's softening
position on communism, a threat to a wide variety of American
business interests overseas,
Slowing the progress of the civil
rights movement, an irritation to the KKK and other racists, and
Eliminating Kennedy's challenges to
the CIA's leadership; he'd fired CIA
Director Allen Dulles (another
Warren Commission member) and Deputy Director Charles Cabell.
Another motive was a violent
reaction to Catholicism. At that time Kennedy's Church,
condemned membership in Freemasonry
"under pain of excommunication".
The Warren Commission, accomplished its mission to cover up
the truth. It concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in
killing JFK in 1963
The Kennedy assassination appears to have been part a
campaign of assassinations against a generation of leaders who
posed challenges to the entrenched power structure. The death toll
included John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr.
and Malcolm X. Viewed as a whole, these assassinations lead to the
conclusion that anyone who promotes serious social reforms geared
toward sharing the wealth and power will not be tolerated in a
Kennedy was planning to withdraw from Vietnam "by the
end of 1965." Shortly after JFK's death, Freemason Lyndon
Johnson reversed Kennedy's policy toward Vietnam. The escalating
involvement in the Vietnam conflict was driven by the Freemasons
who solidified their control of the United States government after
the assassination of President Kennedy. The War in Vietnam
profited the arms makers and drug runners. Both the American and
Vietnamese peoples have paid dearly in both squandered resources
and lost lives to pursue the dubious objectives of the
illegitimate Masonic leadership.
1990 - Mason/ Skull and Bones member George Bush, the
41st United States President, provoked a war with Saddam Hussein.
On July 25, 1990, the United States Ambassador to Iraq, April
Glaspie, told Hussein that the Iraq/Kuwait dispute was an Arab
matter, not one that affects the United States. On August 2, 1990,
believing that the United States' Ambassador's word meant
something, Hussein invaded Kuwait. In "retaliation" for
the invasion he had orchestrated through his Ambassador, Mason
George Bush organized Desert Storm, which concerned a border
dispute between Kuwait and Iraq at the 33rd Parallel. Shortly
after Desert Storm began, Mason George Bush pronounced that this
the beginning of a "New World Order."
1991 - January: During his State of the Union message
during the Gulf War, President George Bush stated: "What is
at stake is more than one small country, it is a big idea - a new
world order. . . to achieve the universal aspirations of mankind.
. . based upon shared principles and the rule of law. . . . The
illumination of a thousand points of light. . . . The winds of
change are with us now." Bagdad, Iraq's capital, and the
United Nations-enforced "no fly zone" are at the 33rd
degree of north latitude.
Soon? - In the New Testament book of Revelation,
Megiddo is identified as the site of the last great battle of the
world, Armageddon, a corruption of the Hebrew "Har
Megiddo." Revelation 16:16 (NIV) states: "Then they
gathered the kings together to the place that in Hebrew is called
See also : Project
George W. Bush's comments on becoming a Christian (Remember
his father is a famous Mason)
George W. Bush Biography
detailed bio from George W. Bush Campaign webpage
Full name: George Walker Bush
Status: Announced candidacy June 12, 1999 in Des Moines, Iowa
Age on Inauguration Day 2001: 54
Born: July 6, 1946 in New Haven, Connecticut
Residence: Austin, Texas
Education: M.B.A. in business administration, Harvard (1975);
B.A. in history, Yale (1968)
Family: Married to Laura Welch Bush; have twin daughters,
Barbara and Jenna
Political experience: Governor of Texas (1995-present);
Adviser and speechwriter for father's presidential campaign
(1987-88); Republican nominee for U.S. Representative from
Texas' 19th district (1978)
Professional experience: Managing General Partner, Texas
Rangers Baseball team (1989-94); Consultant, Harken Energy
Corporation (1986); President, Spectrum Corporation (1984-86);
Founder/CEO, Bush Exploration (1975-84)
Military service: Pilot in the Texas Air National Guard
December 13, 2000 - George Bush Jr. Becomes the 43rd
President of the United States. Confirmed member Skull and Bones.
George W. Admits to being a Member of The Skull and Bones to Time
Magazine Also a member of the Council On Foreign Relations. Sworn
in on the same Masonic Bible as George Washington. 2000- Vice
President Dick Cheney. His secretary of state, Colin Powell.
Confirmed Mason. His defense secretary, Donald Rumsfeld. (also
chaired the RAND board at one time, and was a drug-company CEO)
Attorney General designate John Ashcroft and Interior Secretary
designate Gale Norton. Chief of Staff Andy Card (was the leading
lobbyist for the auto industry.) Health and Human Services
Secretary designate Tommy Thompson (took more than $70,000 from
Philip Morris and opposed smoking restrictions as governor of
Wisconsin.) National security adviser Condoleezza Rice (was a
corporate director of Chevron.) Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill,
(headed Alcoa and the board of RAND.) Attorney general John
George W. Bush admits
to being a member of the Skull and Bones Society
on the Skull and Bones Society and the Political Connection
W. Bush nominates Colin Powell to be Secretary of State:
A confirmed Mason
President George Bush - Unauthorized Biography - On Line
1989-1993 George H. W. Bush, 41st. President of the United
States (R) Confirmed Mason. Also a Skull & Bones member, and
of the Anti-American organization known as the Council of Foreign
Relations (CFR), and The Trilateral Commission. Ex Director of the
CIA. George Bush is a recent member of The Order Of The Garter
(which is the core leader of The
Committee of 300) Bush was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II who
is the leader of the Order of The Garter, on December 20, 1993, as
a Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath. This
was for his leadership in the Gulf War, when he sent American
solders to die for England's interest of their petroleum in
Kuwait. General Colin Powell and General Norman Schwarzkopf were
given also lower order of knighthoods. Was also a member of the
all-male ultra-exclusive Bohemian Club to which every Republican
President since Herbert Hoover has belonged. Secret
Societies, Bohemian Club Vice President James D. Quayle III.
The Order of Skull and Bones * The
Bush Body Count
We have to assume that Dad will be
advising the son, if not in the oval office, either on the
telephone or in the livingroom.
1993-2000 William J. Clinton, 42nd. President of the United
States (D) Confirmed Mason. Clinton, A Rhodes Scholar, a CFR
member, a Trilateral Commission member and a Bilderberger
participant. He joined the Council on Foreign Relations in 1989,
attended a Bilderberg meeting in 1991 and was a current member of
the Trilateral Commission at the time of his nomination. Pam
Harriman is the person behind Bill Clinton. She is tied in with
the Collins of the satanic group Hell Fire Club. Wife Hillary is
known to practice Shamanism witchcraft. Vice President Al Gore
1993-2000. Confirmed Mason.
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|"If real disarmament were achieved, the nations of the
world, acting through the United Nations, could join in a greatly
enlarged program of mutual aid. As the cost of maintaining
armaments decreased, every nation could greatly increase its
contributions to advancing human welfare. All of us could then
pool even greater resources to support the United Nations in its
war against want." Harry Truman, 33rd Degree Freemason of the
DON'T GIVE UP YOUR
OLDEST NEWS FIRST
|Monday February 26 , 2001
Bush Says 'New Federalism' Gives Power to States
Bush Promises State Governors Improved Federal Help - (KHOU,
President Bush Speaks at Meeting with National Governors
Association - (ABCNews.com)
By Arshad Mohammed
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Echoing former President Ronald
Reagan , President George W. Bush announced plans on Monday for a
``new federalism'' to hand power back to the states while easing
the burdens of federal rules and regulations.
Speaking to the nation's governors, Bush said he would
create a government working group to look at giving states greater
flexibility in spending federal money and ``streamline rigid rules
and regulations'' imposed by Washington.
``When the history of this administration is written, it
will be said the nation's governors had a faithful friend in the
White House,'' Bush, the former governor of Texas, told the
National Governors Association (NGA) meeting during their annual
winter meeting in Washington.
``The framers of the Constitution did not believe in an
all-knowing, all-powerful federal government. They believed that
our freedom is best preserved when power is dispersed,'' he said.
``So let me make this pledge to you all: I'm going to make respect
for federalism a priority in this administration.''
Bush said the working group will draft a presidential
executive order requiring federal departments and agencies to
respect the rights of the nation's states and territories.
As one example of streamlining, White House spokesman Ari
Fleischer said Bush wants to consolidate 60 existing federal
education programs into five. That would require congressional
approval, but the working group will study what similar steps can
be carried out via presidential or administrative action.
``Roll Up Our Sleeves''
Reagan also championed the idea of a ``new federalism'' --
an idea supported by many Republicans who wish to limit the size
and scope of the federal government and to keep power as close to
the local level as possible.
In his 1982 State of the Union address, Reagan proposed
turning over to the states more than 40 federal programs in
education, community development, transportation and social
services. In return, the federal government would assume total
responsibility and cost of the Medicaid program.
Congress, however, never seriously considered his plan.
``We are ready to roll up our sleeves ... to make that new
executive order is Reagan-plus in terms of how it recognizes the
role of the states,'' said Michigan Gov. John Engler, a Republican
who is vice chairman of the NGA this year.
The NGA met for its annual winter meeting the same week Bush
is to unveil his budget blueprint, with Republicans largely
cheering his $1.6 trillion 10-year tax cut and Democrats
expressing concerns that the tax relief is too large and will
crowd out spending on education and health.
Engler, speaking for many Republicans, said he wanted the
tax cut that was: ``Big, fast, across the board ... and right
Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening, a Democrat and chairman of
the group, said Democrats also wanted to cut taxes but believed
Bush's plan was too big, tilted toward the rich and could
undermine other priorities.
``Some of us are very concerned that the tax cut being
proposed is too large and will not permit funding for some key
issues such as education and prescription drug coverage (for the
Medicare health care program for the elderly,'' he said.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe spoke
dismissively of Bush's budget, calling it ``Reagan Redux: Put more
homeless on the streets and take cops off the beat to pay for a
massive giveaway to the wealthiest Americans.''
Governors also expressed concerns about the growing cost of
the Medicaid health care program for the poor and said they needed
more federal money for special education.
``For me one of the big (issues) is for the federal
government to fund their promise to special education,'' Minnesota
Gov. Jesse Ventura told reporters. ``We're tired of being nice.
We're nice every year and it doesn't do any good.''
|White House Memorandum For The Heads Of Executive Departments
And Agencies on Working Group on Federalism
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 /U.S. Newswire/ -- The following was
released today by the White House:
MEMORANDUM FOR THE HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND
AGENCIES SUBJECT: Interagency Working Group on Federalism
It is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Establishment. There is established the
Interagency Working Group on Federalism (the "Working
Section 2. Membership.
(a) The Working Group shall comprise the following
(1) Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy, who
shall serve as Chairman of the Working Group;
(2) Director, Domestic Policy Council, who shall serve as
Vice Chairman of the Working Group;
(3) Secretary of the Treasury, or an appropriate designee
(4) Attorney General, or an appropriate designee thereof;
(5) Secretary of the Interior, or an appropriate designee
(6) Secretary of Agriculture, or an appropriate designee
(7) Secretary of Commerce, or an appropriate designee
(8) Secretary of Labor, or an appropriate designee thereof;
(9) Secretary of Health and Human Services, or an
appropriate designee thereof;
(10) Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, or an
appropriate designee thereof;
(11) Secretary of Transportation, or an appropriate designee
(12) Secretary of Energy, or an appropriate designee
(13) Secretary of Education, or an appropriate designee
(14) Secretary of Veterans Affairs, or an appropriate
(15) Director of the Office of Management and Budget, or an
appropriate designee thereof;
(16) Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency,
or an appropriate designee thereof;
(17) Counsel to the President;
(18) Assistant to the President for Economic Policy;
(19) Assistant to the President, Office of Faith-Based and
Community Initiatives, or an appropriate designee thereof;
(20) Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to the
Vice President, or an appropriate designee thereof;
(21) Deputy Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental
(22) Such other officials of executive departments and
agencies as the President may, from time to time, designate.
Section 2. Meetings of the Working Group. The Assistant to
the President for Domestic Policy or the Director, Domestic Policy
Council, may convene and preside over meetings of the Working
Section 3. Functions. The principal functions of the Working
Group are to:
(a) Identify initiatives that promote principles of
Federalism, such as:
(1) Federal endeavors which may more appropriately be
carried out by State or local authorities;
(2) Opportunities for flexible funding streams, regulatory
waivers, and other opportunities that increase State and local
flexibility, innovation, and accountability;
(3) Measures for improving Federal responsiveness to State
and local concerns; and
(4) Enforcement of rules, orders, and procedures that
(b) Draft a new Executive Order on Federalism, which will
require departments and agencies in the executive branch to adhere
to principles of Federalism;
(b) Consult, as appropriate, with State and local officials
on Issues pertaining to Federalism, including, but not limited to,
the issuance of the new Executive Order on Federalism; and
(c) Produce a report to the President on recommendations for
Promoting principles of Federalism no later than 6 months after
the issuance of this directive.
GEORGE W. BUSH
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