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Glassroth v. Moore

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U.S. Constitution
14th Amendment


The Amendment
That Never Existed


Glassroth v. (Judge) Moore
Federal Court Case No. 01-T-1268-N




This case was decided by applying the Articles of the Bill of Rights to the States under the purported authority of the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment.  

The Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court misinterpreted the purpose and intent of the First Article of the Bill of Rights to be a "separation of Church and State" from that which was intended by the founding fathers; a prevention of the National Government from establishing a National Church such as the Church of England.

The U.S. Supreme Court Justices didn't stop there, but declared that they have the right to alter the Constitution of the United States by applying the Ten Articles of the Bill of Rights to the States under the purported authority of the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment.

The founding fathers included a "Preamble" to the Bill of Rights to clarify the purpose and intent of the Articles therein.  They declared that the Articles of the Bill of Rights were to be limited to the National Government as a limitation of its powers.  The Articles were never intended to be applied to the States.  It is difficult today to locate the "Preamble" to the Bill of Rights in any school text book or any government publication of the U.S. Constitution.

Have you noticed that the U.S. Supreme Court's doctrine of "separation of Church and State" only applies to "Christians" and never to any other form of religion!  Have you also noticed that the doctrine of "separation of Church and State" is never applied to the government and its powers to incorporate "Churches" and regulate those "Churches" under the laws of the Internal Revenue Code!


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