by Robert John Stevens, May 27, 2016
I’m reading a book printed in 1828 named, “ELEMENTARY CATECHISM ON THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.” It is amazing!—Read it.
It was designed to be an essential tool to teach children to understand and preserve liberty. If it was widely read, it gives us a glimpse into how enlightened Americans were then compared to today.
It contains a short prefix, forty pages of questions and answers and a short conclusion. I’d be surprised if students in any grade today could answer more than 5% of the questions.
As fantastic as this sounds, our reality today would be very, very different had not the Federal Reserve bankster coup of 1913 succeeded. This timeline should never have occurred.