Materials Related to July 2018 Press Release: ... "The Sussex Declaration: Dating the Parchment Manuscript of the Declaration of ... Download "Golden Letters: James Wilson, the Declaration of Independence, and the Sussex Declaration".
We are going to show a step by step view of the signatures, that was signed on that document & was by the Founding Fathers Of America. And the people that state the document is a fake, this "Sussex" Preamble Of the Declaration Of Independence 2018. The Democrats as well as them at Harvard University Of London England Are Idiots.
Edward Rutledge a match on his signature above.
Thomas Heyward Jr. match, If you look close at the document you will see Tho' Heyward or Hayward Jr. I guess they want to leave out the Jr.
Thomas McKean match signature above .
Richard Stockon match signature above.
More Signature below.
A close up views of the signatures
Now for Official Signatures of John Witherspoon- 1770 to 1776
William Floyd signatures, did not have "D" at the end of his signature.
John Penn signatures,
Still waiting on the phone call Ding Bat...
Perhaps someone can explain to me why we are spending so much time debating documents that had little impact during their time and certainly less on todays political climate.
Its ok Ronald, I here its cool to take the side of the Demo-nuts, and they started it, and again in 2018, fancy that.
Monday, April 09, 2018 | 12:00-1:00 pm | Wasserstein B010 (HLS campus)
Asifa Quraishi-Landes will explain her current project, proposing a structure for Islamic constitutionalism that is inspired by Islamic jurisprudence and Muslim history, yet designed for contemporary realities. This structure is conceptually different from the typical “Islamic state” imagined by modern political Islam movements, as it is built upon the pre-colonial separation of Muslim lawmaking power: siyasa, made by rulers, and fiqh, articulated by religious legal scholars. She will argue that popular understandings of sharia fail to see the constitutional importance of these two legal realms, largely because global discourses about Islamic government are dominated by Eurocentric concepts of law (especially religious law). Quraishi-Landes will then present a proposal for Islamic constitutionalism that will demonstrate that—if we step outside the European nation-state paradigm to see sharia as an Islamic rule of law made up of both fiqh and siyasa—an Islamic constitutionalism that is not secular and not theocratic is not impossible.
Quraishi-Landes is a full Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School, specializing in comparative Islamic and U.S. Constitutional law, with a current focus on modern Islamic constitutional theory. She is a 2009 Carnegie Scholar and 2012 Guggenheim Fellow. Her recent publications include “Rumors of the Sharia Threat are Greatly Exaggerated: What American Judges Really Do with Islamic Family Law in Their Courtrooms,” and “Legislating Morality and Other Illusions about Islamic Government.” Currently, she is working on a book manuscript titled “Islamic Re-constitutionalism,” in which she presents a non-theocratic and non-secular model of Islamic constitutionalism for today’s Muslim-majority countries.
Quraishi-Landes holds a doctorate from Harvard Law School and other degrees from Columbia Law School, the University of California, Davis, and the University of California, Berkeley, and has served as law clerk in the United State Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She has served as a Public Delegate on the United States Delegation to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, the Task Force on Religion and the Making of U.S. Foreign Policy for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, and as advisor to the Pew Task Force on Religion & Public Life. She currently serves on the governing board of the Section on Islamic Law for the Association of American Law Schools, on the Board of the Muslim Public Service Network, and is past President and Board Member of NAML (National Association of Muslim Lawyers) as well as of Karamah: Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights. She is an affiliate of the Muslim Women’s League, a Fellow with the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding and a member of the “Opinion Leaders Network” for the British Council’s “Our Shared Future” project.
Co-sponsored by the Muslim Law Students Association and the Middle Eastern Law Students Association (MELSA) at Harvard Law School.
It is the bastardizing of our common law, by such subversive thinking, that we must stop... Ms. Landes should not be permittted to teach law school, and anyone foolish enough to send their childten to study under her are inviting disaster and committing cultural suicide.
Good day to you Mr. Nelson,
According to what Tif and Hank shared, and I read this twice, the same people bringing funds to the caravan are the same people that became concerned because to many were challenging there document findings and considering the document a part of American History.
One year passed then they did another news release, to challenge what others are saying, that they did not tell the truth. Tif is not the only one speaking out against them.
build directive example, repost.
The problem is not the authenticity of the Sussex documents... it is their there lack of significance and relationship to the topic currently under discussion. The Sussex Declaration's authenticity... may carry weight in someone's theisis for their Doctrate Degree but it hardly impacts America's struggle to maintain our Constitutional roots.
America's stuggle for a return to political sanity... certainly doesn't hinge on proving the signatures on the Sussex document were or were not forgeries... This debate is a waste of valuable time and resources... much like Shakespear once said ... full of sound and fury signifying nothing....
Da!!!, the Sussex document was written in America, ended up in England, the connection to the Sussex document is well noted and seen. If you find one lie the another, then by people that do not believe in America's sovereignty and history, they must of been schooled in common core.
As I stated before... perhaps someone can explain to me why we are spending so much time debating documents that had little impact during their time and certainly less on todays political climate.
We have much bigger fish to fry than debating a document that had little to no weight in its time and even less today... Several petitions were sent to King George before the Declaration of Independence was sent... the others are all mute... without effect in the greater scheme of things. They are hardly worth all this debate unless you are some left wing socialist ... working on a Doctoral thesis to put down America's founders as fraudsters and hucksters out for their own interests... is that your purpose here Tif... it appears so.
One thing for sure Ronald,
If you was my teacher in school, and brought up this document, and I went home and found out they did not tell the truth, I would bring my findings to school and show all my friend what I found out, and if ya made that statement there would be a Tea Party Protest in school.