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It is getting more and more difficult these days to know what information you can trust, especially on many websites on the internet and the main stream media. If you expected the country’s founding documents and history on the federal government and state websites to be immune from revision or omission, you would be wrong. In our politically correct secular anti-
Revising and sanitizing American history by removing any reference to God or religion is nothing new. It has been going on in the public school system now for three going on four generations. So too has this trend been happening with many of our nation’s historical documents, and at many national historical sites as well. A number of books like "The Rewriting of American’s History" and others document expunging God from our nation's history. The same has been observed and documented going on at many of our nation's historical sites as well. Sadly, the examples of such occurrences are too numerous to mention. One such example I ran into recently was Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Day Proclamation on the National Park Service's website.
Subtle but missing from Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Day Proclamation is the last paragraph of the text, “Done at the city of Washington, this third day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-
Some would argue that is doesn’t matter and provides most of the necessary information. But phrases like “in the year of our Lord,” do matter because they define the religious nature of our country’s foundings. It shows the reverence important men and women had to God in American history. It shows that our calendar is dated to the birth of Jesus Christ. And this is exactly the reason why it has been removed from many historical documents. To post only the non-
* “To deliberately omit reference to God and the county's Christian religious heritage that birthed liberty and freedom in to the world is not unpatriotic, it is a sin against God and a national crime.” (Web posting -