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Scott v. Sandford, 60 U.S. 393 (1856) (USSC+) Opinions TANEY, C.J., Opinion of the Court

And that none of her Majesty's English or Scottish subjects, nor of any other Christian nation, within this province, shall contract matrimony with any negro or mulatto; nor shall any person, duly authorized to solemnize marriage, presume to join any such in marriage, on pain of forfeiting the sum of fifty pounds;

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Reid v. Covert, 354 U.S. 1 (1957) (USSC+) Opinions FRANKFURTER, J., Concurring Opinion

Until 1842, China had asserted control over all foreigners within its territory, Shih Shun Liu, op. cit. supra, 76-89, but, as a result of the Opium War, Great Britain negotiated a treaty with China whereby she obtained consular offices in five open ports and was granted extraterritorial rights over her citizens. On July 3, 1844, Caleb Cushing negotiated a similar treaty on behalf of the United States. 8 Stat. 592. In a letter to Secretary of State Calhoun, he explained:

I entered China with the formed general conviction that the United States ought not to concede to any foreign state, under any circumstances, jurisdiction over the life and liberty of a citizen of the United States unless that foreign state be of our own family of nations -- in a word, a Christian state.

Quoted in 7 Op.Atty.Gen. 495, 496-497. Later treaties continued the extraterritorial rights of the United States, and the Treaty of 1903 contained the following article demonstrating the purpose of those rights:

The Government of China having expressed a strong desire to reform its judicial system and to bring it into accord with that of Western nations, the [p*61] United States agrees to give every assistance to such reform, and will also be prepared to relinquish extraterritorial rights when satisfied that the state of the Chinese laws, the arrangements for their administration, and other considerations warrant it in doing so.

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Reid v. Covert, 354 U.S. 1 (1957) (USSC+)   Opinions FRANKFURTER, J., Concurring Opinion

The first treaty with Japan was negotiated by Commodore Perry in 1854. 11 Stat. 597. It opened two ports, but did not provide for any exercise of judicial powers by United States officials. Under the Treaty of 1857, 11 Stat. 723, such power was given, and later treaties, which opened up further Japanese cities for trade and residence by United States citizens, retained these rights. The treaty of 1894, effective on July 17, 1899, however, ended these extraterritorial rights, and Japan, even though a "non-Christian" nation, came to occupy the same status as Christian nations. 29 Stat. 848. The exercise of criminal jurisdiction by consuls over United States citizens was also provided for, at one time or another, in treaties with Borneo, 10 Stat. 909, 910; Siam, 11 Stat. 683, 684; Madagascar, 15 Stat. 491, 492; Samoan Islands, 20 Stat. 704; Korea, 23 Stat. 720, 721; Tonga Islands, 25 Stat. 1440, 1442, and, by virtue of most favored nation clauses, in treaties with Tripoli, 8 Stat. 154; Persia, 11 Stat. 709; the Congo, 27 Stat. 926, and Ethiopia, 33 Stat. 2254.

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Reid v. Covert, 354 U.S. 1 (1957) (USSC+) Opinions FRANKFURTER, J., Concurring Opinion

The Declaration of Independence recognised the European law of nations, as practised among Christian nations, to be that by which they considered themselves bound, and of which they claimed the rights. This system is founded upon the principle that the state of nature between men and between nations is a state of peace. But there was a Mahometan law of nations which considered the state of nature as a state of war -- an Asiatic law of nations which excluded all foreigners from admission within the territories of the state. . . . With all these different communities, the relations of the United States were, from the time when they had become an independent nation, variously modified according to the operation of those various laws. It was the purpose of the Constitution of the United States to establish justice over them all.

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Church of Holy Trinity v. United States, 143 U.S. 457, 471 (1892). Justice Brewer declared for the Court that "this is a Christian nation."

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Engel v. Vitale, 370 U.S. 421 (1962) (USSC+) Opinions BLACK, J., Opinion of the Court

There can, of course, be no doubt that New York's program of daily classroom invocation of God's blessings as prescribed in the Regents' prayer is a religious activity. It is a solemn avowal of divine faith and supplication for the blessings of the Almighty. The nature of such a prayer has always been [p*425] religious, none of the respondents has denied this, and the trial court expressly so found:

The religious nature of prayer was recognized by Jefferson, and has been concurred in by theological writers, the United States Supreme Court, and State courts and administrative officials, including New York's Commissioner of Education. A committee of the New York Legislature has agreed.

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County of Allegheny v. American Civil Liberties Union, Greater Pittsburgh Chapter, 492 U.S. 573 (1989) (USSC+) Opinions BLACKMUN, J., Opinion of the Court

This Nation is heir to a history and tradition of religious diversity that dates from the settlement of the North American Continent. Sectarian differences among various Christian denominations were central to the origins of our Republic.

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Joseph Burstyn, Inc. v. Wilson, 343 U.S. 495 (1952) (USSC+) Opinions
Blasphemy: "Denying the existence or providence of God; contumelous reproaches of Jesus Christ; profane scoffing at the holy Scriptures, or exposing any part thereof to contempt or ridicule."

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http://www.fedworld.gov/cgi-bin/waisgate?waisdocid=9527217139+7+0+0&waisaction=retrieve

 

PERHAPS THE BEST EXAMPLE OF THE SORT OF MEN WHO CAME TO THIS COUNTRY FOR PRECISELY THAT REASON IS ROGER WILLIAMS, THE FOUNDER OF RHODE ISLAND, WHO HAS BEEN DESCRIBED AS "THE TRUEST CHRISTIAN AMONGST MANY WHO SINCERELY DESIRED TO BE CHRISTIAN." PARRINGTON, MAIN CURRENTS IN AMERICAN THOUGHT (1930), VOL. 1, AT P. 74. WILLIAMS, WHO WAS ONE OF THE EARLIEST EXPONENTS OF THE DOCTRINE OF SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE, BELIEVED THAT SEPARATION WAS NECESSARY IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE CHURCH FROM THE DANGER OF DESTRUCTION WHICH HE THOUGHT INEVITABLY FLOWED FROM CONTROL BY EVEN THE BEST-INTENTIONED CIVIL AUTHORITIES: "THE UNKNOWING ZEALE OF CONSTANTINE AND OTHER EMPEROURS, DID MORE HURT TO CHRIST JESUS HIS CROWNE AND KINGDOME, THEN THE RAGING FURY OF THE MOST BLOODY NEROES. IN THE PERSECUTIONS OF THE LATER, CHRISTIANS WERE SWEET AND FRAGRANT, LIKE SPICE POUNDED AND BEATEN IN MORTERS: BUT THOSE GOOD EMPEROURS, PERSECUTING SOME ERRONEOUS PERSONS, ARRIUS, &C. AND ADVANCING THE PROFESSOURS OF SOME TRUTHS OF CHRIST (FOR THERE WAS NO SMALL NUMBER OF TRUTHS LOST IN THOSE TIMES) AND MAINTAINING THEIR RELIGION BY THE MATERIALL SWORD, I SAY BY THIS MEANES CHRISTIANITY WAS ECCLIPSED, AND THE PROFESSORS OF IT FELL ASLEEP ... ." WILLIAMS, THE BLOUDY TENENT, OF PERSECUTION, FOR CAUSE OF CONSCIENCE, DISCUSSED IN A CONFERENCE BETWEEN TRUTH AND PEACE (LONDON, 1644), REPRINTED IN NARRAGANSETT CLUB PUBLICATIONS, VOL. III, P. 184. TO WILLIAMS, IT WAS NO PART OF THE BUSINESS OR COMPETENCE OF A CIVIL MAGISTRATE TO INTERFERE IN RELIGIOUS MATTERS: "WHAT IMPRUDENCE AND INDISCRETION IS IT IN THE MOST COMMON AFFAIRES OF LIFE, TO CONCEIVE THAT EMPEROURS, KINGS AND RULERS OF THE EARTH MUST NOT ONLY BE QUALIFIED WITH POLITICALL AND STATE ABILITIES TO MAKE AND EXECUTE SUCH CIVILL LAWES WHICH MAY CONCERNE THE COMMON RIGHTS, PEACE AND SAFETY (WHICH IS WORKE AND BUSINESSE, LOAD AND BURTHEN ENOUGH FOR THE ABLEST SHOULDERS IN THE COMMONWEAL) BUT ALSO FURNISHED WITH SUCH SPIRITUALL AND HEAVENLY ABILITIES TO GOVERNE THE SPIRITUALL AND CHRISTIAN COMMONWEALE ... ." ID., AT 366. SEE ALSO ID., AT 136-137.

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REID V. COVERT 354 U.S. 1

THE TREATY OF 1894, EFFECTIVE ON JULY 17, 1899, HOWEVER, ENDED THESE EXTRATERRITORIAL RIGHTS AND JAPAN, EVEN THOUGH A "NON-CHRISTIAN" NATION, CAME TO OCCUPY THE SAME STATUS AS CHRISTIAN NATIONS. 29 STAT. 848. THE EXERCISE OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION BY CONSULS OVER UNITED STATES CITIZENS WAS ALSO PROVIDED FOR, AT ONE TIME OR ANOTHER, IN TREATIES WITH BORNEO, 10 STAT. 909, 910; SIAM, 11 STAT. 683, 684; MADAGASCAR, 15 STAT. 491, 492; SAMOAN ISLANDS, 20 STAT. 704; KOREA, 23 STAT. 720, 721; TONGA ISLANDS, 25 STAT. 1440, 1442, AND, BY VIRTUE OF MOST-FAVORED-NATION CLAUSES, IN TREATIES WITH TRIPOLI, 8 STAT. 154; PERSIA, 11 STAT. 2254.

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Forum on free exercise of religion http://www.rushonline.com/d219.htm

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http://www.generation-y.com/stories/092499/new_taoincorrect.shtml

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killed 64 million Christians in Russia

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millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
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