- Law Cases
by Edgar L. Jones
(Apr. 21, 2010) — How many remember when Glenn Beck did a show with the authors of three books:
1) The Age of the Unthinkable: Why the New World Disorder Constantly Surprises Us And What We Can Do About It by Joshua Cooper Ramo
2) The Survivors Club: The Secrets and Science that Could Save Your Life by Ben Sherwood
3) America’s Prophet: Moses and the American Story by Bruce Feiler
You may recall that he was praising the fact that each of those books were written independently of each other at about the same time. He was also pointing out that the authors was not aware of how the views presented in each book connected together, such that it appears the books could have been part of a trilogy.
Well, I believe that same scenario just repeated itself here at The Post & Email in the following articles, when read in the following order:
1) What is a Birther? by Constitutional Patriot
2) Only when the chips are down do you really know!, by Arnie Rosner
3) We are the media!, by Sharon Rondeau
The first editorial presents just how jealous we should be when we witness encroachments upon the Contract between the People and Government, the Constitution of the United States. True Patriots will hold dear every word of the Contract between the People and the Government that is the envy of the world and whose ratification heralded the “BIRTH” of this great nation, The Constitution of the United States of America.
At 3:40, Glenn Beck states:
“But if you want to go down that road, go down that road, I am not with you.” — Glenn Beck
Unfortunately Glenn Beck is not with us or with Benjamin Franklin, for that matter, when it comes to holding dear the “natural born Citizen” qualification for the office of the President, which was included in that Contract between the People and the Government, the Constitution of the United States of America.
The second editorial presents how those who do not share that same jealousy about encroachments upon the Contract between the People and Government, the Constitution of the United States, would be “fair-weather friends” and how to recognize them from a mile away.
“Fair-weather friends are those who believe in telling you what you want to hear. Basically they are gutless cowards and lack the intestinal fortitude to act in the capacity of a real human being. They fear confrontation.” — Arnie Rosner
Unfortunately Glenn Beck is not with us or with Thomas Paine, for that matter, even though Beck has re-written Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” for today. Thomas Paine would recognize Glenn Beck as one of those fair-weather friends who tell us what we want to hear, and as a gutless coward, who fears confrontation.
The third editorial presents how the mainstream media, including Glenn Beck, has been derelict in its duty, so much so that their job has now fallen to each of us.
“Together, we can force the truth to see the light of day!” — Sharon Rondeau
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