“Liberty and Justice for All”

“One Nation, Under God, with Liberty and Justice for All.”

This is one of the most profound statements of intent ever penned. This may be considered the newborn’s cry of our nation. It encompasses so much about what mattered to the Founders, and about what still matters to us today. It is a statement about our unity, our inclusiveness, and our willingness to stand together. It pays homage to how important religion, and the freedom there of, was to our earliest citizens. Most importantly it is a powerful stand on the values of equality, liberty, and fairness … Read more here.

This blog posting (found on “A Point of Contention“) totally highlights how I feel about politics and religion. I urge both Christians and non-Christians to read it, giving it the respect it deserves.

2 thoughts on ““Liberty and Justice for All”

  1. Our founders didn’t pen the Pledge of Allegiance, and the original didn’t mention “god.” That was added in 1954. The original pledge, written by a socialist in 1892, read: “I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic for which it stands, one nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”


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