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1776 Report - The Introduction

February 04, 2021 Jeff Dowdle
Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights
1776 Report - The Introduction
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1776 Report - The Introduction
Feb 04, 2021
Jeff Dowdle

This is the first episode of our bonus episodes regarding the 1776 Report.

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This is the first episode of our bonus episodes regarding the 1776 Report.

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welcome to the live sheet podcast. My name is Jeff Allen. Typically in this podcast, we talk about things related to the second amendment, whether that might be a particular legislature, things going on in the potluck, but political world around elections or anything. Your regular culture that might be impacting our second amendment and our right to defend ourselves in the right to bear arms. But I'm going to be doing something a little different throughout the next few weeks, and I'm going to be adding some bonus episodes. Around the 1776 report, I'm actually going to be reading the report section by section in each podcast. And why I'm doing this is because if you're not familiar, the 1776 commission was formed by president Trump. In September of 2020 and the purpose of the commission. Was too. Enable a rising generation to understand the history and principles of the founding of the United States in 1776 and to strive to form a more perfect union. The. This was really a response to the 1619 report that came out in the New York times, which basically said our country was founded in 16, 19. And that's when the first slaves were brought over and the. Our country was terrible because that we led the way in slavery across the world. And that our country is formed on slavery. And so the president form this commission to give him more. Correct. Version of our, of our founding and what our founding fathers intended and the report was released in January. Actually January 18th, 2021. And was removed on January 21st by president Biden, just as soon as he came into office. So you can still get the report out there in the PDF form and multiple. Formats and multiple locations, but I thought I would start and just create an, an audio record of the report that people could easily listen to that their convenience, and just get another way to get this report shared out there to the masses, because I think it's something that's very important and that we need to continue to educate our children about the true history and founding of our country. So we're going to start with the introduction today, and we're gonna work through the report over the next Two weeks. A section by section. So here we go. In the course of human events, they're always been those who deny or reject human freedom, but Americans will never falter in defending the fundamental truths of human Liberty proclaimed on July 4th, 1776. We will, we must always hold these truths. The declared purpose of the president's advisory 1776 commission is to enable a rising generation to understand the history and principles of the founding of the United States in 1776 and to strive form a more perfect union. This requires a restoration of American education. Which could only be grounded on a history of those principles that is accurate, honest. Unifying inspiring and enabling. And the rediscovery of our shared identity rooted in our founding principles is the path to renewed. American unity and I confident American future. The commission's first responsibility is to produce a report summarizing the principles of the American founding. And how those principles have shaped our country that can only be done by truthfully recounting the aspirations and actions of the men and women. Who sought to build America as a shining city on a Hill. And it doesn't probably nation one that protects the safety and promotes the happiness of its people. As an example, to be a Meyer and emulated by nations of the world that wish to steer their government toward greater Liberty and justice. The record of our founders, striving at the record of, of our founders striving and the nation they built is our shared inheritance and remains a beacon. As Abraham Lincoln said, not for one people or one time, but for all people for all times. Today, however Americans are deeply divided about the meaning of their country, its history and how it should we govern? The, this division is severe enough to call the mine. The disagreements between the calmness and King George and those between the Confederate and union forces in the civil war. They amount to a dispute over not only the history of our country, but also is present purpose and future direction. The facts of our family are not partisan. They are a matter of history. Controversies about the meaning of the founding can begin, begin to be resolved by looking. At the facts of our nation's founding properly understood these facts, address the concerns and aspirations of Americans of all night, of all social classes, income levels, races, and religions, regions, and walks of life. As well, at least facts provide necessary. And why is cautious against unrealistic hopes and checks against pressing partisan claims of utopian agendas too hard or too far? The principles of the American founding, can we learn by studying the abundant documents contained? In the record read fully and carefully. They show how the American people have ever pursued freedom and justice. Which are the political conditions for living well to learn the history is to become a better person, a better citizen. And a better partner in the American experiment of self-government. Comprising actions by imperfect human brings. The American story has its share of missteps errors, contradictions and wrongs. These are all names have always met resistance from the clear principles of the nation. And therefore our history is far more. One of self sacrifice, courage, nobility America's principles are named at the outset to be both universal applying to everyone, any terminal existing for all time. They're remarkable. American story unfolds under and becomes of these great principles. Of course neither America nor any other nation has perfectly lived up to universal truths of equality, Liberty justice. And government by consent. But no nation before America ever dared state these true those truths at the formal basis for his politics. And none has strived harder or done more to achieve them. Lincoln aptly described the American government's fundamental principles as a standard maximum. For free society, which should be familiar to all and revered by all constantly look to constantly labor for an even though never perfectly attained, constantly approximated, but the very attempt to attain them every attempt to attain them. Would Lincoln. Constantly spread and deepen the influence of these, these principles and augment the happiness and value of life to all people of all colors everywhere. The story of America is a story of a nibbling struggle. The president's advisory 1776 commissioned presents this first report. With the intention of cultivating a better education among Americans. And the principals in history of our nation and hope that it rediscovery of these, of those principles in the forms of constitutional government. Will lead to a more perfect union. Next episode will be the meaning of the declaration.