The benefits of restoring families and social stability.

"Were our State a pure democracy . . . there would yet be excluded from their deliberations . . . women, who, to prevent depravation of morals and ambiguity of issue, should not mix promiscuously in the public meetings of men."  Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Kercheval (Sept. 5, 1816), in 10 Writings of Thomas Jefferson 45-46, n. 1 (P. Ford ed. 1899).

To the woman he said, "I will greatly increase your pains in childbearing; with pain you will give birth to children. Your desire will be for your husband, and he will rule over you", Genesis 3:16

decline.htm reverse the social pathology

fedgov.htm eliminate unpopular laws

listenupcongress.htm make Congress accountable

bible.htm restore paternal authority

bibldisc.htm restore child discipline

christianation.htm restore religious rights

19th.htm family stability


debt.htm public debt

gdp.htm economy

dna.htm false allegations of rape

juststat.htm false allegations of child abuse

smh.htm eliminate single-mother households

timss.htm improve education

ritalin.htm eliminate drug abuse

publicservants.htm hold public servants accountable

surveys.htm what do people think

tiacc.htm unChristian organizations

womendrivers.htm improve traffic safety




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The Nineteenth Amendment caused government spending to skyrocket, which converted the United States, its Constitution, and its Bill of Rights, into a totalitarian state.  Professor John Lott of the Law School University of Chicago proved that it was women's suffrage, and nothing else, which caused this unbridled government growth.

Spending too much for government destroyed private property rights, plunged the US into huge debts, and destroyed Personal Savings.

The increase in federal expenditures resulting from the First World War didn't return to its previous historic level solely because of womens' suffrage in 1921:

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Federal spending as a percent of GDP began its chronic increase right after the Nineteenth Amendment was passed and is now 10 times what it had been for the century prior to that.

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The only possibility of reducing our debts, restoring Personal Savings, and upholding private property rights is the repeal of the Nineteenth Amendment.

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bulletProfessor John Lott, Law School University of Chicago, women's suffrage, and nothing else, caused unbridled government growth
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