The U.S. At War: Doctrine & Covenants

This week, on the 130th anniversary of the Bill of Rights (the first ten amendments to the Constitution), President Roosevelt said, in good words & true:

"...The rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, which seemed to Jefferson and which seem to us inalienable, were, to Hitler and his fellows, empty words which they proposed to cancel for ever. The propositions they advanced to take the place of Jefferson's inalienable rights were these:

"That the individual human being has no rights whatever in himself and by virtue of his humanity;

"That the individual human being has no right to a soul...

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