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Authors on the Air May 1, 2012: Robin Roberts, David Barton, Carne Ross
David Barton, author of The Jefferson Lies: Exposing the Myths You've Always Believed About Thomas Jefferson (Thomas Nelson, 978-1595554598), will be on The Daily Show. Carne Ross will be on The Colbert Report for his book The Leaderless Revolution: ...

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David Barton is scheduled on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” (11 pm, Comedy Central) … Sofia Vergara, Paul F. Tompkins and Tig Notaro appear on “Conan” (11 pm, TBS, r) … Seth Meyers and Father John Misty appear on “Late Show With David Letterman” ...

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(N) 11 pm KVCR; midnight KOCE The Daily Show David Barton. (N) 11 pm Comedy Central Chelsea Lately Natasha Leggero; Gary Valentine. (N) 11 pm E! Conan Sofía Vergara; Paul F. Tompkins. 11 pm TBS The Colbert Report Carne Ross. (N) 11:31 pm Comedy Central ...

Glenn Beck: Barton to be rewarded in the afterlife for saving America
Via Right Wing Watch, radio talk show host and former Fox television show host Glenn Beck lavished praise upon pseudo-historian David Barton, claiming that Barton is saving America and will be credited for his efforts in the afterlife.

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Why is it that the Tea Party people are said to be racist when the Democrats are the party who is associated w? by Unseen Q: with the KKK? The original targets of the Ku Klux Klan were Republicans, both black and white, according to a new television program and book, which describe how the Democrats started the KKK and for decades harassed the GOP with lynchings and threats. An estimated 3,446 blacks and 1,297 whites died at the end of KKK ropes from 1882 to 1964. The documentation has been assembled by David Barton of Wallbuilders and published in his book "Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black & White," which reveals that not only did the Democrats work hand-in-glove with the Ku Klux Klan for generations, they started the KKK and endorsed its mayhem.

A: It's just a tactic used as an attempt to discredit an entire group of people. No one is able to prove that they're not a racist, anyway--not even the ones making the accusation. And of course, the accusers aren't intelligent enough to know that it's a logical fallacy to make a generalization such as "Republicans are racists," or "The tea party is a bunch of racist rednecks." Yet, these intelligence-deficient accusers persist in their irrationality. People who are accused of racism do NOT HAVE TO prove they're not racists. __________ to Luke: First, that is ONE picture, that is the only picture I've seen and it's over-used now. ONE man is NOT representative of the Tea Party, so you are guilty of the above-mentioned logical fallacy. Secondly, this particular man was ASKED TO LEAVE the event immediately, by the organizers of the event where he showed up. So who is more racist? The organizers who made this man leave, or the one who is dishonestly perpetuating the myth that he represents an entire group of people? I say it's that latter...oh...that would be YOU, wouldn't it? Prove you're not a racist now. ________ Plus, Luke, you might have wanted to do a little research on this individual and read an article or two, rather than just looking at the pictures. http://newsbusters.org/blogs/lachlan-markay/2010/02/12/tpm-trumpets-racist-rebuffed-tea-party-groups-prominent-leader

Todays mayhem began in schools classrooms in 1962? by Maria R Q: It is clearly seen the results of removing prayer and God from the public schools, from a nation of respect, liberty to a nation of crime , fear and violence. Take a read on todays news , so much killing, violent crimes against children, drugs, --america to pray or not to pray in 1988, by David Barton a reseracher a statistical look ,at what happened since .39 million students were ordered to stop praying in public schools.It records from 1962 to 1980,sat scores , divorces , teen pregnancies ,sexually transmitted diseases,, in 1962 violent crime was at a 138 per 100,000inhabitants to 583 per 100,000 inhabitants!In 1962 birth per unmarried women 15 to 19 yrs old ,were 15 % by 1983 it doubled to 28.5%.One can see the rapid escalation of all that is ngative in our world , since prayer was stopped.This is th deadly result of the removal of school prayer,producing the death spiral pervading our towns , no matter the size. In his farewell address ,Washington said "Of all the depositions and habits that leads to political prosperty ,religion and morality are indispensable supports.....and let us with caution indulge the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion ....reason and experience both forbid us to expect national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle'.And as this country plunges into madness , mayhem dragging the rest of the world , consider what it would be like had that tiny crowd of atheists not prevailed in 1962.

A: No. Ask any teacher, prayer has no effect on classroom management. However, the minimum wage began losing its value in 1969 and has never reached real dollar value since the 1968 minimum wage. So if parents didn't have to work 2 and half jobs they'd probably have time to be the parent that helps a child succeed in school.

Can the liberals out there even deny that their socialist-communist regulations are just like fascism? by Colonel Jack Fessender (Ret.) Q: The FDA - Come on, stop telling me what I can buy and use. If I want to purchase raw milk, then that should be my right. Labor regulations - I think the job creators out there would be able to hire a lot more people if they didn't have to pay their employees all the time. We've all got to give out an IOU sometimes, right? And maybe someone wants to use child labor, did they ever think about that? Certifications - Government telling people what they can and can not say. If I want to have a doctor who is not certified, then that should be my right. Just like David Barton, sure he didn't go to school, but he's read lots of history books, therefore he is a historian. I'd rather have a surgeon who bases his ability to do so because he has read lots of medical books rather than a guy who is in debt from medical school, has a lower credit score, and is more likely to steal my organs and sell them on the black market. And more. Hey regulators, **** you. FACT.

A: The sad thing is that there are Dittoheads and Faux News Drones out there who really do believe that communism, socialism, and fascism are all synonyms for the same thing.

What Are the service codes and ICD-9-CM codes for this case? by Jibbs Q: This is not an actual case. Just trying to make sure I understand the example given. ECHOCARDIOGRAM REPORT LOCATION: Inpatient, Hospital PATIENT: Marilyn Aschoff ATTENDING PHYSICIAN: David Barton, MD RADIOLOGIST: Morton Monson, MD INDICATION: Shortness of breath and atrial fibrillation FINDINGS by means of 2-D and M-mode echocardiography: CARDIAC CHAMBERS: The left atrium was mildly dilated and measured 4.4 cm. There was no evidence of atrial thrombi. The aortic root dimensions were within normal limits. The left ventricle was normal in size. There was mild concentric left ventricular hypertrophy. There was severe diffuse hypokinesis. The apex was kinetic. The overall ejection fraction was about 15%–20%. The right atrium was mildly dilated. The right ventricle was normal in size. VALVES: The mitral valve has mild fibrocalcific changes, but more so the posterior leaflet, with mitral annulus calcification. The mitral valve excursion was adequate. There was aortic sclerosis, without significant stenosis. The tricuspid valve was grossly normal. The pulmonic valve was not well visualized. DOPPLER AND COLOR DOPPLER INTERROGATION reveals the presence of severe mitral and tricuspid insufficiency. The calculated right ventricular systolic pressure was 42 mmHg. CONCLUSION: 1. Severe left ventricular dysfunction. 2. Severe mitral and tricuspid insufficiency. 3. Mild to moderate pulmonary hypertension. RECOMMENDATIONS: 1. Digitalization. 2. Afterload reducing agents. 3. Diuretics. 4. If this patient is labile, then bilateral heart catheterization should be considered. Although the LV function is severely reduced, part of that could be due to the fact that she has been tachycardic for a long period of time, i.e., can be tachycardia induced.

A: We work for Lincoln College Online we do not mean for you to do your work this way this is a form of plagiarism because you are going to put this work off as your own, and just know this is not how an employer wants you to seek out answers especially because when you are attending an well known online college, you must study, and if you need additional help speak to your professor, or request tutoring. You can't properly perform the task of a Medical Biller if you don't know how to code on your own you have a ICD-9-CM manual look up the condition instead of trying to get someone else to do your work.

For those who claim that America was founded as a Christian Nation? by I accept Chaos Q: How do you reconcile this statement put forth in the 11th Article of the 1797 Treaty with Tripoli? "As the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion as it has in itself no character of enmity [hatred] against the laws, religion or tranquility of Musselmen [Muslims] and as the said States [America] have never entered into any war or act of hostility against any Mahometan nation, it is declared by the parties that no pretext arising from religious opinions shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries." Please do not use David Barton's argument. As i do not find that using the excuse of America being worried about its merchant ships to be a good enough excuse for supposed Christians to deny their faith. Thanks. S- I thought that i told you fairly clearly where the quote is found. Article 11 of the Treaty of Tripoly 1789. S- I thought that i told you fairly clearly where the quote is found. Article 11 of the Treaty of Tripoly 1789. Not only did it double post but i got the date wrong... sheesh. Quotes from founding fathers are nice and all but Treaties are binding as Law. To the fellow who quoted the Mayflower charter- What does that have to do with my question?. If you use the religion of whomever had the first nation with government in the Americas you would have to believe that America was founded on Native American beliefs. The Iriquois league was only one of the large nations to exist on this continent. United States of America***, pardon me. Us Americans tend to be sort of arrogant in that way. United States of America***, pardon me. Us Americans tend to be sort of arrogant in that way.

A: Have you really read the Declaration of Independance ? Or The Constituion ? Even the judical system is based upon the ten commandments. Look over the door of every court house. Even the money you carry. In God We Trust. Not in gods we trust. The leaders during the time ALL these Documents were signed,befoe going into the meeting,they prayed for guidance from God. There are pictures of these accounts.

Are Christians going to take Kirk Cameron's Monumental film seriously? by Dimitri Q: As a Christian I do NOT take Cameron seriously, and I can't help that his propaganda documentary is making it clear he (and other fundie Christians) want America to be a theocracy again. I thought he didn't know much about the Pilgrims/Puritans, the Puritans always frighten me; they killed most of the Native American people and stole their land, bullied and hanged many Quakers, and all religious dissenters, or banished them like they did with Anne Hutchinson. Roger Williams was a protestant theologian who believed in separation of church and state, whereas fundies like David Barton (who was interviewed in Monumental) believes separation of church and state is a myth (shiver). America is not just a nation of Christians, there are Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Pagans, and Atheists living here too. What makes our religion superior than theirs? that is just showing the sin of Pride and Vanity in opinion, not to mention self-righteousness, arrogance and ignorance. And the Founding Fathers of America were not all born-again Christians; most of them were deists and freethinkers like Thomas Jefferson, whose bible was discovered a while ago and showed his beliefs. He did not believed in the divinity of Christ but he did believe in his preachings. Jefferson also said that Calvinism is a religion of 'demonism'.

A: Did anyone ever take him serious?

Can we learn something from India's system in order to effectively combat the Caste Warfare in our country? by Colonel Jack Fessender (Ret.) Q: The socialists and the dalits are using caste warfare to the extreme in our country. It's time to fight back. First step is identifying which caste you are in, so here they are: Brahmin Caste - The APPROVED religious teachers (No Muslims, Deists, Unitarian Universalists, Pagans, and Black Liberation Theology pushers); Patriot Pastors and David Barton are in this Caste. Vaishya Caste - The job creator caste; small business owners, big business owners, and others are here. Kshatriya Caste - The warrior caste; this would be the armed forces, the Pentagon, and private military contractors. Shudra Caste - The rank and file caste; these are the people who provide goods and services for the other castes and are generally employed by the Vaishyas (The job creators) Dalit Caste - The lowest caste; the long term unemployed, Muslims, immigrants, liberals, Democrats, socialists, gays, atheists, feminists, unmarried women, the uninsured, people who belong to non-approved religions, inner city dwellers, and others are here. Which caste do you belong to? Next step would be the caste rules: 1. People should only marry, live with, or live by people of the same caste. Children will also belong to the Caste of their parents. 2. Kshatriyas handle security and foreign affairs, Vaishyas handle economic policy, and Brahmins handle charity and social policy. The major problem with our country is that we've let Dalits handle all of these affairs, it's time we rise up and say no more. 3. Coming into contact with a Dalit is a serious affair. Shaking hands with, being breathed on by, or even being in the same room with a Dalit is not advised. A person who comes into contact with a Dalit must undergo a ritual of purification and take sick time off until they no longer feel contaminated by the Dalit. Do not associate with these people. Are you familiar with the rules? If everybody knows their caste and follows the rules of the castes, then we should see a permanent end to the class warfare in as little as a year. FACT. RitchWilliams - You aren't a Dalit, are you?

A: Yes. Liberals are pursuing Caste Warfare as we speak. They must be stopped.

Taking a poll here, how much do you love America/? by Regina (SOC) Q: If you agree, or disagree with the following reasons why Dr. David Barton feels it necessary to speak out, please answer YES or NO. And your thinking on this vital matter? - I do not share Obama's vision or value system for America; - I do not share his Abortion beliefs; - I do not share his radical Marxist's concept of re-distributing wealth; - I do not share his stated views on raising taxes on those who make $150,000+ (the ceiling has been changed three times since August); - I do not share his view that America is Arrogant; - I do not share his view that America is not a Christian Nation; - I do not share his view that the military should be reduced by 25%; - I do not share his view of amnesty and giving more to illegals than our American Citizens who need help; - I do not share his views on homosexuality and his definition of marriage; - I do not share his views that Radical Islam is our friend and Israel is our enemy who should give up any land; - I do not share his spiritual beliefs (at least the ones he has made public); - I do not share his beliefs on how to re-work the healthcare system in America; - I do not share his Strategic views of the Middle East; and - I certainly do not share his plan to sit down with terrorist regimes such as Iran. Bottom line: my America is vastly different from Obama's, and I have a higher obligation to my Country and my GOD to do what is Right! For eight years, the Liberals in our Society, led by numerous entertainers who would have no platform and no real credibility but for their celebrity status, have attacked President Bush, his family, and his spiritual beliefs! They have not moved toward the center in their beliefs and their philosophies, and they never came together nor compromised their personal beliefs for the betterment of our Country ! They have portrayed my America as a land where everything is tolerated except being intolerant! They have been a vocal and irreverent minority for years! They have mocked and attacked the very core values so important to the founding and growth of our Country ! They have made every effort to remove the name of GOD or Jesus Christ from our Society! They have challenged capital punishment, the right to bear firearms, and the most basic principles of our criminal code! They have attacked one of the most fundamental of all Freedoms, the right of free speech ! Unite behind Obama? Never! ! ! I am sure many of you who read this think that I am going overboard, but I refuse to retreat one more inch in favor of those whom I believe are the embodiment of Evil! PRESIDENT BUSH made many mistakes during his Presidency, and I am not sure how history will judge him. However, I believe that he weighed his decisions in light of the long established Judeo-Christian principles of our Founding Fathers!!! Majority rules in America, and I will honor the concept; however, I will fight with all of my power to be a voice in opposition to Obama and his "goals for America." I am going to be a thorn in the side of those who, if left unchecked, will destroy our Country! Any more compromise is more defeat! I pray that the results of this election will wake up many who have sat on the sidelines and allowed the Socialist-Marxist anti-GOD crowd to slowly change so much of what has been good in America! "Error of Opinion may be tolerated where Reason is left free to combat it." - Thomas Jefferson GOD bless you and GOD bless our Country ! ! ! Thanks for your time, be safe. "In GOD We Trust" "If we ever forget that we're one nation under GOD, then we will be a nation gone under." - Ronald Reagan I WANT THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE BACK..... In GOD We Trust! ! ! ! ! !

A: I am in complete agreement. I believe the health care plan is unconstitutional, but that probably won't stop them. I am sure a lawsuit will be filed if it does pass. James Madison said, " The powers of the federal government are enumerated; it can only operate in certain cases; it has legislative powers on defined and limited objects, beyond which it cannot extend it's jurisdiction," and that he could not lay his finger on the power that allowed Congress to expend their constituents money on objects of benevolence. There should definitely be a debate on the foundation of authority. I love my country, but I fear this government. MR

should there be a separation of church and state, or did atheists purjure themselves? by WitnessofJesus Q: in the 1960's its a known fact that courts "kicked God" out of the public schools, but they did not kick religion out, they only chose to resist christian principles. but they did so by quoting Jefferson and quoting Jefferson out of context. see David Barton and his lectures on separation of church and state see the files the Birthday of america see the heritage of america a christian nation. https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=fff19b48ee821aa4&sc=documents#cid=FFF19B48EE821AA4&id=FFF19B48EE821AA4%2110974&sc=documents these audio files must "opened" to be listened to, they are the original upload as of the date i uploaded them. the only reason separation of church and state exists! is because of atheists. who purjured themselves in supreme court by lying about about what jefferson Meant when he first phrased separation of church and state, you dont go to quoted sources for the truth, you go to the direct manuscripts Jefferson wrote with his own hands and pen.

A: "Separate Church and state, that's what some liberal said. I think it's time we liberated him from his head." -Tobi Keith

Where has America gone wrong? by * Yesi * Q: Our country seems to be getting worse and worse with time and many believe that it's because our nation was not founded on Christianity and its principles. Others say the complete opposite, but what does history tell us? Where has this country gone wrong? Check out this video with historian David Barton at http://www.intouch.org/site/c.cnKBIPNuEoG/b.4945473/k.BE35/Home.htm Ok. Where has the U.S gone grong? And sorry but the Christian founddations cannot be ignored or eliminated. They played a huge part then and do now as well if we even remember them.

A: I would like to say the war, it's a war that should have never happened. We spend so much money on it, some that could go towards improving cities & other issues. But that's just my opinion, but I do believe it is one of causes.

Do you see a way out of the current hyper-political cultural atmosphere? What is it? by blaukrieg Q: How we got here is easy to describe: Sides are defined. One side says something a little offensive about the other. The other sees that offense, and also sees others on the other side standing there, seemingly not offended. This makes THEM offended and so they up the ante and say something intentionally offensive. Same thing happens on the other side and they escalate , etc. etc. etc. Here is an example: David Barton, representing the right, makes all sorts of vicious claims about gays. Some LGBT folks, representing the left, rightly think the claims are offensive, but unfairly attack all religion, just as Barton unfairly maligned gays to begin with. The right responds by painting ALL the left as allied with "evil secularists" blah blah. The left responds by saying the right are uneducated rubes, bigots, etc. And it goes on and on. What I DON'T SEE is how we get back to sanity. It wasn't that long ago. Think the term of G.H.W. Bush as not hyper-political. Nice, Diethyl. You illustrate the toxicity perfectly. If you don't have a bill of particulars, kindly leave the civil folks alone.

america founded on christianity? by Hobbes Q: I dont know if any of you know who David Barton is, but he is a highly influential evangelical that travels the nation telling people how the founding fathers were evangelical christians, and how they wanted america to be a christian nation.He implies that it is a leftist media conspiracy that tries to make them look like they were non-religious (more specifically deist). Here is a quote from his website www.wallbuilders.com (kinda long read ahead, skip it if you want) "Interestingly, the claims in this recent letter to the editor are characteristic of similar claims appearing in hundreds of letters to the editor across the nation. The standard assertion is that the Founders were deists. Deists? What is a deist? In dictionaries like Websters, Funk & Wagnalls, Century, and others, the terms “deist,” “agnostic,” and “atheist” appear as synonyms. Therefore, the range of a deist spans from those who believe there is no God, to those who believe in a distant, impersonal creator of the universe, to those who believe there is no way to know if God exists. Do the Founders fit any of these definitions? None of the notable Founders fit this description. In Benjamin Franklin's 1749 plan of education for public schools in Pennsylvania, he insisted that schools teach “the necessity of a public religion . . . and the excellency of the Christian religion above all others, ancient or modern.” Consider also the fact that Franklin proposed a Biblical inscription for the Seal of the United States; that he chose a New Testament verse for the motto of the Philadelphia Hospital; that he was one of the chief voices behind the establishment of a paid chaplain in Congress; and that when in 1787 when Franklin helped found the college which bore his name, it was dedicated as “a nursery of religion and learning” built “on Christ, the Corner-Stone.” Franklin certainly doesn't fit the definition of a deist" Barton goes on to say that even such individuals as Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine were devout Christians. He completely negates the facts that Franklin said he was a deist, Thomas Paine's "The Age of Reason," and Thomas Jefferson regarding the New Testament as "so much untruth, charlatanism and imposture." I as a deist hate to see the Founding father's words twisted around to promote America as some sort of Theocracy. I was just wondering how other deists, atheists, agnostics, pantheists, and other religions feel about the christian right distorting history and law for their own gains? when i said other religions i meant Christians who are appalled as well. Sorry I didn't make that clear :)

A: Hey, I'm a Christian, and I also hate to see the Founding Fathers' words twisted around to promote America as some sort of theocracy!

Do you believe the lies? by ticd Q: if you get a chance tomorrow watch TBN around 10-10:30 with the American Heritage Series.... or buy the video series: http://wallbuilders.com/MED_ahs.asp then come back here and tell me if you really think our founding fathers were deists or not.... David Barton really knows his facts and has MUCHO original documentation to back it up.... peace...

A: Apparently some of the responders above me don't really know who David Barton is. He is an expert in the Constitution and US History. He has authored several books on the subject and has been called to testify as an expert witness before the Supreme Court of the US several times. Wall builders is an organization Mr Barton has founded and has in its archives numerous original books and articles from the 1700's and 1800's concerning our nation's founding fathers. People like to say that Jefferson was a Deist and that may or may not be true. But the congressional records state that as President he requested congress to allocate moneys to Catholic Priest Missionaries to preach the Gospel to the American Natives around the area of Virginia. Benjamin Franklin who became governor of Pennsylvania order the Bible to be the principal textbook of all public schools in that state. Of course many believe that Mr Franklin was also a Deist. There are thousands of documents in the archives of Congress attesting to the fact that 98% of the founding fathers were professing Christians, but as long as you have people who refuse to do the homework and rely on others to tell them what is true you will have people who make all sorts of ridiculous claims. I Cr 13;8a

Do you find disturbing what this presidential wannabe politician has to say? by Lighting the Way to Reality Q: in this video? Please watch it. It is less than two minutes long: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mwGYr0OWzw&feature=player_embedded If you do not know who Mike Huckabee is, he is a rightwingnut former governor of Arkansas and presidential wannabe. I shudder to think what this country would be like if he were president. David Barton is an American history revisionist who resorts to misrepresentation and outright lies in his attempt to portray the founding of this country as a specifically Christian nation. http://pubrecord.org/commentary/2686/idiocy-texas-threat-david-barton/ .

A: I despair for America sometimes.

Ashley Young or David Silva? by John H Q: Who should I pick to replace Joey Barton in my fantasy squad, or should I look to grab both of them and boot Dempsey as well?

A: david silva clint dempsey ashley young

Realistically how big of a fad is Krav Maga? by Adam Q: I recently ran across this article: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2032483,00.html It states Krav Maga is this huge fad, something I have heard for years from other martial artists. The article goes on to state it is offered in many mainstream gyms citing David Barton's network of gyms. Yet I cannot seem to find 1 mainstream fitness gym in my area that offers it, yet most offer a boxing class that 'fundamentally sound and realistic'(their words not mine). Even when researching David Bartons gyms it seems only his Miami location offers Krav, though all offer a boxing class similar to whats described above. I did some Google Trends searches. In one it is absolutely eclipsed by the more traditional martial art of Karate, traditional fitness routine of Yoga, and even the legitimate flash in the pan fitness fad Zumba: http://www.google.com/trends?q=Krav+Maga%2C+Zumba%2C+Karate%2C+Yoga&ctab=0&geo=us&date=all&sort=0 Even when I researched it against other currently popular martial arts it doesn't show any real difference in popularity compared with Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, or Tae Kwon Do : http://www.google.com/trends?q=Krav+Maga%2C+Jiu+Jitsu%2C+Muay+Thai%2C+Tae+Kwon+Do&ctab=0&geo=us&date=all&sort=0 So how popular is it really outside of the martial arts community? I don't see it really having the mainstream appeal everyone is claiming it has. Is it's popularity just Hollywood smoke in mirrors and an over statement by our niche community, or am I just missing something?

A: It would be awesome if more people who actually studied Krav spoke about it, and the people who have never had a thing to do with it other than fanboyhood kept quiet about it. Is it a huge fad? Not really.. not compared to say BJJ and MMA, or "Grappling" in general as far as popularity of Martial Arts or people seeking classes. In the Martial Arts community or even in the Martial Arts fan community, it is definately prominent. Mainly because someone who watched fight science or read one or two articles in Black Belt magazine think that it is "Ruthless and Designed to kill". It is the modern day "Ninjutsu" in the fact 10 years ago people would say the same things about Ninjutsu that they are saying about Krav today..."it's completely ruthless and only meant to kill". The people saying it were mainly ignorant of any training in it, other than some mythological idea of it. The same is with Krav Maga currently. It's a Martial Arts fad, but not something the average person knows much about, if at all. Now the average fanboy of martial arts, guys with little to no training but think they know alot about Martial Arts will spout it's virtues to high heaven. The guys who have actually trained in it, can tell you a far different picture.

Christian friends: Does the end justify the means? by Boris (Accept No Substitutes) Q: God condemns lies, yet many Christians--such as David Barton and Pat Robertson--lie through their teeth in order to promote any number of untruths. So--does God approve of lying in order to promote certain religious (and political) agendas? (((Cricket)))

A: Such Christians are dishonest to the core and bring shame upon themselves and upon Christianity in general. God most certainly does not approve of such tactics.

Christians: Is this a common sentiment amongst you folk? by Q: "On January 1, 1802, Jefferson wrote to that group of Danbury Baptists, and in this letter, he assured them—he said the First Amendment has erected a wall of separation between church and state, he said, but that wall is a one-directional wall. It keeps the government from running the church, but it makes sure that Christian principles will always stay in government."----David Barton Are you aware of many who think this? Or do you YOURSELF think this?

A: Does the word "church" include the muslim mosque? Because it seems to me like there is a discrepancy between the attitude towards Christians and Muslim or any other faith. The clause was put to protect the Church, not the Government, BTW, so I agree with the quote.

Does anyone else find it hilarious that Glenn Beck's claimed "personal historian" is....? by Q: .....David Barton, a notorious Christian Revisionist known the world over who "accidentally" spoke at a few white supremacist rallies??? Comedy gold, anyone??? GOZ2FAST: I'm probably more conservative than you are. I'm just not an idiot.

A: Nothing about that douche surprises me anymore.

When Christians say they are fundamentalists, do they mean that they are, fundamentally, dishonest liars? by Gary F Q: Is lying part of conservative Christian doctrine? Do they get points in heaven for the number and quality of lies they tell? Is there a biblical basis for their behavior? Take David Barton as just one example. Barton is the founder of Wallbuilders http://www.wallbuilders.com/ - he is a conservative Christian - and he is a pathological liar. ------------------------------- He has been busted for leading an effort to have false American History taught in America’s classrooms. http://candst.tripod.com/boston1.htm ------------------------------- Among his litany of lies are bogus (pro-Christianity) quotes he made up and attributed to America’s Founding Fathers (they frequently appear in Yahoo! Answers), which then spread via the internet further contributing to the general ignorance and poor education of conservative Christians. http://www.positiveatheism.org/writ/founding.htm ------------------------------------ Nevertheless, this scumbag keeps rolling along raking in money and the admiration of America’s stupidest citizens. Time magazine named Burton one of the 25 most influential evangelists in America - http://www.time.com/time/covers/1101050207/photoessay/3.html and he was hired by the Republican National Committee to speak at 300 RNC-sponsored lunches for evangelical pastors in order to subvert the US Constitution and redefine its message so that it is the duty, as well as the right, for evangelicals to use the pulpit for the explicit purpose of endorsing political candidates. http://www.beliefnet.com/story/154/story_15469_1.html ------------------------------------------ And then, conservative Christians have the nerve (on this and other forums) to call scientists, loyal Americans, and defenders of the US Constitution liars and traitors, and (by the authority of their retarded God, I guess) condemn all the rest of humanity to hell. Really, how can a human being be so stupid as these morons? ------------------------- palomnik -- Now that's funny. Ludicrous, but funny. ---------------------------- Esther -- You haven’t been following the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule on that brain, have you? ---------------------------- t_a_m_i_l -- You know that too many jump-starts can fry the wiring in your brain, don't you? -------------------------------- Frankly – Interpretation: You have no answer, do you? It must be a rant, because you cannot come up with a simplistic lie to counter it, can you? You do not even try – you cannot come up with even a single piece of evidence that would demonstrate that fundamentalist Christianity is not a belief system based on lies and practiced by a lying god’s minion of worshipping liars.

A: Anyone who takes the bible literally is not using their brain.

Best baby names for a boy? Middle names also? by Q: I've selected a few names for a boy, but I can't decide what would sound good together, please rate! Boy: Arlo Colton Jackson Alex (not Alexander) Matthew Levi Middle: Lee Cole Max Michael David Barton Ryan

What is an ESTABLISHMENT of a RELIGION? Prayer in school? Ten Commandments in public? A Nativity scene? by Search4truth Q: The First Amendment says: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." So, how is prayer in school, a public display of the Ten Commandments, or a Nativity scene an establishment of a religion? For there to be an establishment of a religion there MUST BE: 1. A belief in a Supreme Being; 2. A creed (set of beliefs); 3. Rites and ordinances; 4. Ministers -- to teach about God and his will; 5. Tests -- piety of life, accountability to God's will. It seems the atheists and secularists are INTOLLERANT of religion and religious people. It is they WHO INHIBIT FREEDOM of worship and expression. It is the courts who have CHANGED the way things use to be. David Barton points out that it wasn’t until Abington v. Schempp in 1963, that, “the Court made its first open and absolute repudiation of the Bible ... in public affairs" CASSANDRA, THE JUSTICES YOU MENTION VIOLATE THEIR OATHS BY INJECTING FOREIGN LAWS INTO THEIR DECISIONS INSTEAD OF ABIDING BY THE U.S. CONSTITUTION ITSELF!!!!!!!!!! CASSANDRA, The justices you mentioned use European sources in their decision making of U.S. Constitutional law. In doing so, they violate their oaths of office and are traitors to this country. Keep up trying to support your anti-religious bigotry. You'll only get in deeper showing an ANTI-AMERICAN attitude.

A: I totally agree! They want to squelch any speech that they don't agree with because they are insecure in their own beliefs and can't handle others who actually have belief systems...of what ever type. Why is it that Christians aren't trying to get Santa banned from schools, or children from other faiths expressing a greeting during their holiday..... Only the liberals feel they have the right to squelch speech in such a manner.

Who said the following? by Q: " I don’t know anyone in America who is a more effective communicator [than David Barton.] I just wish that every single young person in America would be able to be under his tutelage and understand something about who we really are as a nation. I almost wish that there would be something like a simultaneous telecast and all Americans would be forced, forced — at gun point no less — to listen to every David Barton message. And I think our country would be better for it. I wish it’d happen."

A: Huckabee said that, and he's one of the reasons I'm glad to be an Independent instead of a Republican. I won't support the "ruling America with an iron fist" or "you'll think what I want you to think" philosophies people like Huckabee endorse.

do people still think the USA was founded as a Christian Nation? by voice_of_reason Q: http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=David_Barton David Barton retracted such fictitious revisions as this but people still believe * "We have staked the whole future of American civilization, not upon the power of government, far from it. We have staked the future of all of our political institutions upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God." --fictional quote attributed to James Madison.

A: I don't. Of course, I am intelligent enough to confirm what I am told instead of merely believing it. The first admendment is based on the Separation of church and state. The reason why the forefathers came to this country was for religious freedom, not to make a Christian nation. In fact most of the fore fathers weren’t even Christian, but deist, atheist and agnostic. Here are some quotes Wolfie might enjoy- "As to Jesus of Nazareth, my opinion of whom you particularly desire, I think the System of Morals and his religion...has received various corrupting changes, and I have, with most present dissenters in England, some doubts as to his divinity; tho' it is a question I do not dogmatize upon, having never studied it, and think it needless to busy myself with it now, when I expect soon an opportunity of knowing the Truth with less trouble." The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, by Benjamin Franklin Thomas Paine: "I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish church, by the Roman church, by the Greek church, by the Turkish church, nor by any church that I know of... Each of those churches accuse the other of unbeliefe [sic]; and for my own part, I disbelieve them all." --from The Age of Reason He also had a few thoughts in regards to the Bible: "It is a history of wickedness that has served to corrupt and brutalize mankind; and, for my part, I sincerely detest it as I detest everything that is cruel." John Adams, the 2nd Constitutional President: Twenty times in the course of my late reading have I been upon the point of breaking out, 'This would be the best of all possible worlds, if there were no religion in it!'" (John Adams, A Biography in His Own Words) Religious bondage shackles and debilitates the mind and unfits it for every noble enterprise." --James Madison in a letter to William Bradford

What is an ESTABLISHMENT of a RELIGION? Prayer in school? Ten Commandments in public? by Search4truth Q: The Myth of Separation: What is the correct relationship between Church and State? written by David Barton gives an excellent example of how liberalism has taken what the Founding Fathers original intent was and turning it around to mean just the opposite in today’s modern America. The answer can be easily understood by knowing the exact definition of “religion” in which Barton gives the original 1828 Webster’s meaning of the word: RELIGION. Includes a belief in the being and perfection’s of God, in the revelation of his will to man, and in man’s obligation to obey his commands, in a state of reward and punishment, and in man’s accountableness to God; and also true godliness or piety of life, with the practice of all moral duties... the practice of moral duties without a belief in a divine lawgiver, and without reference to his will or commands, is not religion. (30) This definition makes five distinctions that would totally destroy the present day understanding of the First Amendment. Satanism, secular humanism, and atheism would not be included within the Supreme Courts definition of religion because these belief systems do not feel an obligation to God. An establishment of religion does not exist without fulfilling the requirements of a religion: a creed; rites and ordinances; ministers; and tests. In light of this prayer in school is not an establishment of a religion. By using government charts (see inserts) Barton exposes the traumatic affect taking prayer out of schools has had on the United States. The Constitution use to be interpreted under the philosophy of natural and divine law. In the past century many Constitutional decisions have been made under the philosophies of legal relativism and positivism. The Courts express these philosophies with the attitude: 1.There are no objective, God-given standards of law, or it there are, they are irrelevant to the modern legal system. 2.Since God is not the author of law, the author of law must be man; it is law simply because the highest human authority, the state, has said it is law and is able to back it up. 3.Since man and society evolve, law must evolve as well. 4.Judges, through their decisions, guide the evolution of law. 5.To study law, get at the original sources of law -- the decisions of judges; hence most law schools today use the “case law” method of teaching law. (Myth 204) David Barton points out that it wasn’t until Abington v. Schempp in 1963, that, “the Court made its first open and absolute repudiation of the Bible ... in public affairs.” His book America: To Pray or Not To Pray? gives a comprehensive look at how this philosophy and rejection of God’s will has affected the whole American society.

A: All the founding fathers wanted was freedom of religion. They did want the state setting religions parameters or a single state recognized religion that was the only religion allowed. Such as Britain and France had at the time. They did not want the State in religion, they had no problem with religion in the state. They would have had no problem with the ten commandments in the Court, or a Koran, or prayer in school. They started the practice of prayer in congress. Liberals are for the most part atheists. Simply a minority forcing the majority to their beliefs. The idea of liberalism is the individuals needs override societies as a whole. Me first everyone else second. We are a republic based on majority rule. Make it simple. Put it to a vote and the majority wins

do all Christians think that Christians built the political and educational systems of this country? by voice_of_reason Q: what documentation is there to support these claims? Using David Barton is not a fair source- very biased and partly responsible for claims being Snoped or found outright falsified http://www.cnpfc.org/activefaith/godlyheritage.htm http://www.livingston.net/wilkyjr/link28.htm

A: NO. All that the "Christians" have ever built is yet another means of Capitalism.

why did glenn beck's comrade give speeches at two neonazi meetings? by scottso360 Q: http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/36137_Glenn_Beck_Promotes_Theocracy_and_Interviews_David_Barton_-_Speaker_at_Neo-Nazi_Rallies did i say something untrue?

A: Sorry after reading your blog article, I see little to nothing that proves this is what the show was about. All it did was explain who the speaker was and some of his past actions. It in no way proves that Beck in any way supports the actions of the individual he had on the program, after all he has invited Obama to the show, which merely means he is willing to interview many personal view points. So just because a guest has a specific past or view point, they should not be allowed on the show, or for some reason means it is the view point of the host? In which case that would be like stating since you mention the topic of being a "neonazi", then you must have the same view.

What are the Browns new players...numbers? They had to have issued them by now.? by Cory L Q: players such as Eric barton, David patten, David Bowens, etc. Players that were recently signed during the offseason.

A: 50 Eric Barton #96 David Bowens #81 David Patten Who are the others? Not sure but you can find them here: http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/cle/roster;_ylt=AjWP.g1kmxt06fdMWUJPNeGC2bYF

Is Seth Meyers from SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE gay/bi? by AIME Q: This guy is so cute. I live in Chelsea, NY, and always see him working out at the David Barton gym, which is a REALLY gay gym as far as gym's go. I know he lives in the west village, much closer to other gym's. What's the story? Just curious...

A: So funny this question is being asked, because I too see him at that very same gym and have wondered what his story is. He's got great legs! I don't know too many "straight" men who work out there. I mean it's a big gay scene. I've also seen Anderson Cooper working out there too! Kinda makes you wonder....

Christian friends, isn't lying for Jesus still lying? by Boris (The One and Only) Q: As an example, a huckster by the name of David Barton has published books filled with lies, all to support the notion that the United States was founded as a Christian nation, which it most certainly was not. Do some actually believe Jesus approves such lying, supposedly for His benefit? Judgment call? Hardly. If the United States were founded as a Christian nation, one would find "Jesus," "Christian," and/or "Christianity" in the Constitution. None of those words or anything suggesting them appear anywhere in the Constitution. Barton is a liar, plain and simple.

A: I suppose some do believe he approves, but the ends do not justify the means. Lying is lying. Good point my friend, thanks.

Should we do away with the first Amendment? by Q: Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckee is facing criticism over a recent remark. The potential Republican presidential candidate made the remark during a speech before the organization which hosted the “Rediscover God In America” conference. “I almost wish that there would be a simultaneous telecast and all Americans would be forced, at gunpoint, to listen to every David Barton message,” Mr. Huckabee says. The comment follows in the wake of earlier remarks made the former Republican governor. Mr. Huckabee faced criticism after publicly calling for the execution of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

A: No, but we do need to repeal the 2nd amendment.

Should we do away with the 1st Amendment? by Q: " I don’t know anyone in America who is a more effective communicator [than David Barton.] I just wish that every single young person in America would be able to be under his tutelage and understand something about who we really are as a nation. I almost wish that there would be something like a simultaneous telecast and all Americans would be forced, forced — at gun point no less — to listen to every David Barton message. And I think our country would be better for it. I wish it’d happen. --Mike Huckabee

A: According to hypocritical conservatives, yes.

Christians - What is a good book to get that is about the US' Christian heritage? by Q: A general history that is like works by David Barton?

A: Mein Kampf.

Would Jesus be for or against Net Neutrality? by Iason Ouabache Q: Christian preacher David Barton recently said that Jesus would be opposed to Net Neutrality and that “'fair' is a word that no Christian should ever use in their vocabulary”. Do you agree that Jesus would be against Net Neutrality? Net Neutrality allows internet users to get access to any Web site on an equal basis. Net providers aren't allowed to charge extra for specific content.

A: David Barton is an a--hole.

Did the KKK attacked Blacks and Whites long time ago because they were Republicans, during its founding ? by grasshopper_60619 Q: I listened, watched, and read some of David Barton's, Wall builders.com, account of the history of the KKK, which stated that they attacked Blacks and Whites in the South because they were Republicans . I want to know was there a connection between the Democrats and the KKK during their founding.

A: Only in as far as if those Republicans were active members of the Union League which was the northern equal to the modern KKK in every way. The Union League was open to both blacks and whites and whose aim was to victimize the Southern populace in as many ways as possible. The KKK was formed to protect the Southern civilians from those who sought to rob them of what little they had left after the war. The real KKK was disbanded in 1870. General N.B. Forrest spent the rest of his life denouncing the resurgent Klan of the 1880s who were more white supremacists than the anti-Union Leaguers the original group was. The hate-mongering group we have today would shame the men who organized the original group.

Wouldn't it just be easier if we went from a class based society to a caste based society here in the US? by Colonel Jack Fessender (Ret.) Q: We already have all the gears in motion for one. A religious scholar caste - James Dobson, David Barton, and others A job creator caste - The business owners A warrior caste - The military A rank-and-file caste - Other good Americans And the untouchable caste that you're not supposed to give jobs, be in the same room with, or even let their shadow touch your shadow - The unemployed, the uninsured, the atheists, the liberals, the immigrants, the feminists, and more It just makes sense. FACT.

A: You forgot "idiot class." That's the one you belong in.

Does the State of Texas have a Problem with the Separation of Church and State? by Q: Public debates about the proper extent of church/state separation in the U.S. remain vigorous and impassioned. Politically active evangelical Christians such as David Barton, a former co-chair of the Texas Republican party, emphasize the religiosity of the nation's founders and assert that "separation of church and state," as widely understood by modern historians and jurists, is a "myth" and that the U.S. was founded as a religious, Christian nation. Or is this a Conservative problem.

A: Anyone who thinks we were founded on Christianity is wrong, and that is not an opinion. "As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion..." That is the first line of Article XI of the Treaty of Tripoli, signed unanimously by the Senate and then-President John Adams, a devout Christian, in 1797. Many of those who signed it, including Adams, were our actual Founding Fathers. Anyone who claims to know better than they is ignorant at best. Oh, it was also read aloud before it was signed, and there are no records of anyone present objecting to those words. If you think differently, go back to your parents and your school and ask them why you were given revisionist history to learn.

What 5 Christian Right leaders would you most like to throw to the lions? by Hänk Q: I say Tony Perkins, Bryan Fischer, David Barton, Mike Huckabee, and Maggie Gallagher. lol I'm not a liberal; I'm a libertarian. But I'd be willing to fudge on the whole non-initiation of force thing in this case.

A: ...and I thought you far-lefties were all about love, peace, and harmony (LOL).

What is the best way to negotiate a deal on a gym membership? by RNA Cognitive Reaction Q: The best way to negotiate a gym membership for two people, paying cash.. My bf and I want to get memberships at the best rate. The gym is David Barton Chicago if that helps. Any advice is appreciated, thanks!

A: If you're students you can probably get it discounted or even free if you use the gym on campus (''free'' meaning it was included in your student fees). Also see what prices they have if you hire a personal trainer. I know the gym I go to only charges $30 a month if you have a trainer. The trainer charges $25 an hour. So, it's cheaper to get a trainer for an hour once a month and use the discounted monthly rate than it is to just buy a month's pass. Have the trainer set up a workout regimen you can actually use on your own, and then see them once a month so they can tweak it and note your progress. Asides from that just know that gyms aren't cheap, no matter how you slice it.

Joey Barton vs David Bentley vs Kevin Nolan? by Q: whose best and why

A: Kevin nolan reason why- because i said so

Is Rodda quite correct in writing of David Barton thusly -? by Q: But, the biggest problem with Barton meddling with our country’s textbooks is not his lack of qualifications. It’s the fact that he’s a big fat liar who will distort, misrepresent, and even fabricate historical events to further his Christian nationalist agenda and political ideology. I’ve written so much on the subject of Barton’s historical revisionism, and debunked so many of his lies, that there’s no need for me to get into any particular lies here. If anyone wants to see just how bad this guy really is, and why those of us who already know how bad he is are so concerned about his appointment, I urge you to read a few of the things I’ve written and get a little taste of just what our country’s history textbooks may end up looking like.

A: and your question is?

is it possible that glenn beck and david barton are gay lovers? by starscreamdak Q: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REjP9MROxHw

has any revisisionist christian "Snoped" David Barton's claim of a 'christian nation' by founding fathers? by voice_of_reason Q: For nearly 10 years, the Texas propagandist has traveled the country putting on programs about America's alleged "Christian heritage" at fundamentalist churches and other venues. During these events, Barton argued that the separation of church and state is a myth foisted on the country by the Supreme Court 50 years ago. The United States, he insisted, was founded by Christians and was intended to be a fundamentalist-style "Christian nation." http://candst.tripod.com/boston2.htm What was Barton's proof for these claims? Many of the quotations he now admits are groundless! At least nine of the 12 were included in Barton's 1989 book, The Myth of Separation, and appeared in the video version, "America's Godly Heritage." Barton now admits the quote is "questionable" and recommends people don't use it. Alley finds Barton's reliance on phony history disturbing. He's a double fraud." spelling error Revisionist

A: Are you kidding? Most Christians don't even "Snope" the e-mail about Bill Gates giving away money if you forward this e-mail to everyone you know. (I've received it more times than I can count). If everyone would do just a little research on the things they hear, we would have far more intelligent discussions about really important issues than we tend to nowadays.

David Barton, Lyndon LaRoche, Kochs, Discuss....? by Q: The question is obvious, talk about the nutjobs

A: I have Two word Answer.... NWO MASTERS

I'm looking for graphs from David Barton's book on prayer in public schools? by Free to Live Q: Looking for printable graphs, and stats

A: You can find "graphs" from David Barton's book on prayer in public schools at (SOME) Pubic Library's !

David Barton Gym? by Julee. Q: Has anybody been to the David Barton Gym on 85th and Madison? How do you like it? Give me any info you can...

A: Never went into one but remember the one that literally came and went in lower Chelsea. Did not look friendly for the women or for the people with no money, to put it mildly.

Are there any factual sources to disprove David Bartons view on History? by dizzylizzy Q: Are there any factual sources to disprove David Bartons view on History? My uncle and I are having an online debate abt. allowing god in public schools. He wishes to send me his David Barton's dvd on the history of the constitution. I've researched this David Barton and have read that he has no credentials or studies in this area and that there is a lot of misinformation in these video's. Are there any sources which I can research and provide to disprove David Bartons views?

A: you can try http://www.publiceye.org/ifas/fw/9606/barton.html the writer lists several sources you might want to check out in his references. also, wikipedia has an article on david barton which also lists sources of objection to and debate against his theories. just to add my two cents...i am a christian who is devoted to following the Lord and have been a christian missionary for many years, but i do not agree that america is or ever was a "christian nation". i have traveled all over the world and all over america sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, and one thing i have learned. it is not possible for an entire nation to be christian unless everyone in it is following Jesus and that has never been true of this or any other nation. it is true that america was founded by people who were foundationally christian, but most of whom did not live truly biblical lives. it is also true that the laws and precepts upon which this nation was founded are christian or more acurately judeo/christian. it is also true that the original laws seperating church and state were meant to keep the state governments out of the church's business thereby preventing the same things which happened in england and europe where kings and kingdoms were able to persecute and meddle in the affairs of the churches. but i take exception to the idea that america ever was a truly christian nation. there are plenty of christians in this nation and the freedom of religion we have here makes that good and right. but the same freedom of religion which preserves christian rights also preserves the rights of all other types of religions or even those who are not religious to hold their own beliefs and opinions. i grew up during the days when we had prayer in school ( i am pretty old) but i was not a believer then and so it had absolutely no impact upon me at all. with that said, i will say that the lawlessness and the lack of respect and the increasing rebellion and sin we see rampant in our schools today have a great deal to do with the nation as a whole foresaking and turning away from God and godly principals....but to be a truly christian nation is not possible and cannot be legislated either for or against. if america were to suddenly experience a nationwide revival where millions of people turned to God and repented of sin, no laws or law makers would be able to alter, change or legistlate against it.

Regarding lineage of David Barton b 1954? by ritafayei Q: I am trying to find out if David Barton a minister b 1954 is related to David Barton first Senator in Missouri, desendant of Isaac Barton Ireland? Thanks in advance.

A: There are very few records of living people on-line for free. If you have David Barton's father - or better, grandfather - you could post it, and someone who isn't related might look for you, just for the thrill of the chase. Include his birth and death date, birth, death and marriage place (town, COUNTY, state), wife's maiden name and BMD dates/places. The chance of David Barton's son or daughter being interested in genealogy and seeing your post in the 12 hours it will be on the first page is miniscule.

What is the price of a membership to David Barton Gym? by Q: Either the Chelsea or Astor Place locations.

A: "And, of course, like any gym worth it's $400 initiation fee" "Throughout January, the Upper East Side location is taking $300 off the regular $500 enrollment fee." "David Barton Gym currently has a pre-opening special for their Bellevue location with a lower monthly rate and $0 initiation fee, for those who sign-up" "We signed up at the presale dues rate and NO JOINING FEE with a 10 day cancel"

How old was David Barton when Clara was 11 and nursed him? by Jiggle Q: when david fell off the barn and clara nursed him back, how old was david? its fo my biography on clara barton . tanx!

A: David was born in 1808. Clara was 11 in 1832. That would make David 24.

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