Hate Speech Claims Have Gone Too Far: Its Foundations of Freedom Thursday, a special day of the week where we get to answer questions from you, the listeners! Always answering your questions from constitutional principles! Tune in today as we answer your most pressing questions!

Air Date: 04/04/2019

On-air Personalities: David Barton, Rick Green, and Tim Barton


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Greatest Political Privilege

President Calvin Coolidge said, “The more I study the Constitution, the more I realize that no other document devised by the hand of man has brought so much progress and happiness to humanity. To live under the American Constitution is the greatest political privilege that was ever accorded to the human race.”

Faith And The Culture

You’ve found your way to the intersection of faith and the culture. This is WallBuilders Live; its Foundations of Freedom Thursday. We love diving into your questions and answering them from a constitutional, Biblical, and historical perspective.

We’re here with David Barton, America’s premier historian and founder of WallBuilders. Tim Barton is with us, a national speaker and pastor and the president of WallBuilders. And, my name is Rick Green; I’m a former Texas legislator.

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David and Tim, we got a lot of great questions from folks across the nation. It’s a chance for us to actually learn ourselves. We get to do a lot of research when we get these questions; so, we get a chance to dive further into the Constitution.

Sometimes we get questions on things we’ve never even thought of before. It’s kind of fun for us, this learning, and for the audience on Thursdays.

David:

It is. It’s a lot of fun, and you’re right. It is an expansion of knowledge for us, which is always good.

The Bible talks about how learning is a good thing, so we try to do that. And, we try to keep up with our knowledge. By the way, we’re always getting brand new materials into the collection, historical stuff that’s coming in.

We were looking at some items that we’ve gotten just in the last week or so. So, we’re always growing with new things, new historical information, new perspective. And, it’s a lot of fun to be able to share that.

The Founders’ Bible

Rick:

I got to tell you that one of the best ways to get a constitutional–or, I should say that in the right order–Biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective on all these different issues is actually something that WallBuilders put out a few years ago called The Founders’ Bible. And, I admitted to you  a couple of years ago; I talked about how great it was because I’d scan through it. But, the last couple of years I’ve been reading straight through it.

Actually, I should say “the last couple years;” it took me about 14 months. I normally try to read through every year like the founders did; but, going through The Founders’ Bible took me a couple extra months.  So, I just finished up a few weeks ago.

And, I’ve got to thank you guys again. It was it was incredible. That’s my personal testimony.

Before we get to questions, I wanted to share one from one of our listeners, Lynn. And, she had the exact same experience. She said, “I just want to let you know–” when I said “she,” I don’t know; Lynn could be a guy or a girl.

This is weird. Anyway, Lynn says, “I just wanted to let you know I love The Founders’ Bible. I received my copy at the ProFamily Legislators’ Conference in November 2017. I started reading it on the 2nd of December 2017, and finished it on the 29 of January, every page in 59 days.”

So, Lynn, I’m embarrassed. I just admitted 14 months for me; it took you 59 days. Impressive.

Inspiring Articles and Apps

“Once I opened the cover and started to read the first page, I was hooked. I could not put it down but went on a Bible-reading marathon. {It was read along with listening to my Word of Promise Audio Bible. And, boy was it a blessing.}

“I particularly loved the Founders’ articles; they helped bring our American Biblical history alive. They are so informative, inspirational, and actually depressing at the same time. Depressing because we have deviated so far from our righteous beginnings in America.

“I felt like I was getting a K through 12 history lesson in 59 days. I even purchased a Founders’ Bible app so I could refer to the articles easily without carrying around the whole Bible, which is pretty big and thick. Thank you and your team for putting this together.

“My husband Thomas,” oh, okay; it is a lady. “My husband Thomas and I look forward to seeing you and your family when you come back to Wyoming. God bless you eternally for all of your efforts in educating the American people.”

All right, David and Tim, I know that’s not a question; I’m sorry I took so long in the first segment here. But, those comments reflect my experience as well. Except, a lot faster.

Anyway, The Founders’ Bible, a great way to get a Biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective on a daily basis.

You guys ready for a question now?

Tim:

Let’s do it.

Rick:

That was not a planned commercial. It was just a really cool experience on Lynn’s part and on mine as well.

Accreditation of Colleges

Okay, the first question has to do with accreditation in colleges. So, this is one of those that I don’t know much about. I’m anxious to learn here.

The question is: “I have heard that private organizations give accreditation to colleges. Is that accurate? In your opinion, should private organizations or the government give accreditation colleges? A constitutional, historical response from all of you would certainly help me to have a correct perspective on this matter.”

Great question. I don’t have a response because I don’t know the answer to this one. Guys?

David:

Well, I look at this a whole lot like I look at candidates running for office. If I see a candidate running for office and I don’t know much about them, I will go to their endorsement list and see who’s behind them and who’s with them. You know, if AOC is endorsing them, it’s probably not going to be one that I’m going to get behind. If Allen West is endorsing a candidate, I’m probably going to like that candidate.

So, I look at an endorsement list or in this case, an accreditation list, like an endorsement list. I want to see who says good things about them. And, if that’s a group I respect, I say, “Okay, I can get into that.”

Private Accreditation Organizations

For example, when you look at private education, there’s a group called ACSI, and they are very strong Christian group, very rigorous academics. If a school belongs to ACSI, endorsed by ACSI, then I know that they’re going to have a good Bible base and a good, rigorous academic base. I think that’s a good deal.

There was another endorsing group called ORUEF, which is another Christian endorsing group for Christian schools. They, again, had rigorous academics and Christian values and Biblical presence. That’s good stuff.

For people that are not into Christian education, there are other accrediting groups out there. So, you would look at that and say, “This is a way that I can know that a group that I trust or respect has gone in and looked at what they’re doing and said that this is good.”

Government Accreditation

Now, I would say at this point, if they have government accreditation, that doesn’t mean much anymore. I mean, here in Texas we have so devalued our standards, that to be what’s called an “exceptional” or “superior” school means that 40 percent of your kids read at grade level. Are you kidding me? That’s superior?

That’s exceptional when 60 percent can’t read at grade level, you’re calling that a “superior” school? So, they do this to give parents confidence and make them think they have really good education system. That keeps parents from looking deep and saying, “This stinks. Sixty percent of kids can’t read at grade level, and you’re calling this ‘exceptional’? You’re crazy.”

So, it really depends on how it’s used. Today I don’t put a whole lot of stock in accreditation institutions because so much of what we see coming out of education is indoctrination. It is not knowledge. We see–

Rick:

David, I’m sorry to interrupt you; but, I’m confused on what accreditation even means. That’s not like a license from the state to do business as a college; it’s just saying or is almost a measuring stick? It’s almost a report?

David:

Accreditation of schools is one thing. Accreditation of colleges says, “In the state of Texas, we’re not going to let you give degrees in the name of the state of Texas unless you meet certain standards in the state.” And so, it’s supposed to be about academic rigor. But, the academic rigor is no longer there.

Falling Standards

We see that in international testing. Although the state continues to say, “Hey, we’re going to put tax dollars into this school because it meets our standards and is going to help kids to read, write, have a better education, and go to college;” we now know that over the last 15 years, 19 percent of graduating students across America cannot read at all. They’re 100 percent illiterate.

And still, these schools are accredited by the state. So, it was designed to give parents a view that there is a minimum basis of knowledge being met here and that if you–and, by the way, I think we mentioned a couple of weeks ago in Florida, they have now dropped the failing rate to 39 percent or below. So, if you make a 40 percent in Florida, that is now a passing rate.

And for those of us that went through education earlier, it used to be: 90 percent was As; 80 to 90 was B; and C was 70 to 80; and anything below 70 was not passing. So, now you have passing is anything above an F; even a D is passing, though it was not passing in earlier education.

So, the standards of accreditation–the accreditation is still there; but, they’ve changed the standards where it doesn’t mean as much. So, I think accreditation meant something back in the day, and that was particularly because the state said, “Hey, we’re using taxpayer dollars. If we’re going to do something, we want parents to know that you’re going to get a kid that is well educated when they come out of here.”

Accrediting Indoctrination

That is no longer the case. So, accreditation served a purpose. Right now, you’re accrediting indoctrination more than your accrediting education.

You’re accrediting an institution more than your accrediting the achievements of that institution or the knowledge or the process. So, I think it means very little now.

But, if you look at an accreditation in the old school way, as we would look at a political endorsement–you know, if I look at Rick Green and he’s running for state rep, I see who’s endorsing him. I don’t know much about Rick, but I do know the guys that are endorsing him; and, that gives me a lot of confidence that Rick’s the right guy.

That’s the way accreditation used to work. I don’t know whether this school’s good or not, but the state has accredited it, and that means that it’s teaching reading, writing, math, science, and all those things. And, you have to make an achievement level of 70 percent or more to move forward. That was a good thing.

Now, it no longer is a good thing. And so, even–there’s about 192 Christian colleges and universities, and there is a an accrediting board for Christian colleges and universities. Well, I’m no longer impressed that accrediting board because they can’t even figure out how many genders there are or understand that marriage is between a man and a woman.

Today’s Accrediting Boards Based on Subjective Standards

So, if I see an accreditation now by the American Association of Christian Colleges and Universities, I’m no longer impressed. Ten years ago, that would have been good; they were into academics and rigor. Now they’re into social stuff, and that didn’t impress me.

So, the question is Should there be accrediting bodies? Yeah, that was a good thing back when you didn’t know for sure and actually had objective standards.

Today the standards are all subjective and Do we feel good about ourselves? And so, accrediting board today means absolutely nothing. You can have a leftist accreditation board or right-leaning accreditation board, and they’ll miss the whole point. And so, that’s just not a good thing anymore.

Now, conceptually, yeah it’s a good deal. There’s nothing wrong with that. And, to have the government say, “If you send your kids to school, they’re gonna come out of here being able to have a functional education and are going to be literate and able to be job-ready when they come out of school,” that’s a good thing. But, that’s not where we are anymore.

Everett Piper’s Recommendations

Rick:

And, I remember, guys, we had Everett Piper on a couple of times back when that Christian Accreditation Association had, like you said, just gotten to where their standards were more like a secular institution on the gender issue and everything else. So, honestly, it’s hard for parents now when they’re looking at schools and trying to decide where to go. And, of course one of things Dr. Piper had always recommended to us was that parents call the president of the school they’re thinking about and to go meet with, literally, the president of the school and find out what they’re really about, their true beliefs, and the real goal of your student and your money going there for three, four, or five years; and what do you really want to get out of it?

What is that school promising to do during that time? And ,that’s, if you’re the parent at least, looking at these accreditations, that’s a big issue.

Hey, guys, sorry. I let us go really long here on the first segment. We’ve got a lot more questions to get to.

Quick break and we’ll be right back. Stay with us. You’re listening to WallBuilders Live!

 

President Thomas Jefferson said, “I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society, but the people themselves. And if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion the remedy is not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion by education. This is the true corrective of abuses of constitutional power.”

A Moment From American History

This is Tim Barton from WallBuilders with another moment from American history. Too often today history education excludes great black heroes from the American founding. Such as Lemuel Haynes.

Haynes, though abandoned as a baby, pioneered churches across upper New England. He became the first black American to pastor a white congregation, to receive an honorary master’s degree, and to be ordained by a mainstream Christian denomination, The Congregationalist.

He was a soldier during the American Revolution and in his churches on George Washington’s birthday he regularly preached sermons honoring George Washington. Even late in his life he expressed his willingness to go back to battle if necessary to protect America, which he called, “a sacred ark.”

American history is filled with numerous examples of black heroes who are largely ignored by mainstream education today. For more information about Pastor Lemuel Haynes and other colonial Patriots go to WallBuilders.com.

Abraham Lincoln said, “We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts. Not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.”

Rick:

Welcome back to WallBuilders Live on this Foundations of Freedom Thursday. And, by the way, if you’ve got questions you can send to us. Send them to [email protected], [email protected].

It can be about the Founding Fathers, and issue today, some of the hot topics and how to look them from a Biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective. David, Tim, next question is about hate speech. Here’s the question.

Hate Speech

“On the news today I heard a female swimmer commenting that male-to-female swimmers,” and, I assume that means someone who is a guy claiming to be a girl and is transgender and all that, so a male-to-female swimmer. “This female swimmer said they should not be allowed to compete with females. I agree in swimming and other sports.

“She is now being harassed for hate speech. This is as dangerous as the Middle East’s blasphemy laws. What can Americans do with this hate-speech problem?”

So, yeah, guys. I mean, here’s a girl that’s competing in athletics saying, “Guys should not be able to come over and compete with us just because they’re claiming to be a girl.” And, we’ve of course, covered this on the program and have seen it in track, in basketball.

It’s just ridiculous. We’ve lost our minds here. This is definitely a Romans 1 situation of “professing to be wise, we have become fools.”

But, this question is asking about the attacks on the girl, the athlete, that’s simply saying, “Hey, I don’t want to have to compete against guys;” that’s now hate speech?

What is First Amendment Really About?

Tim:

This really is one of those ridiculous moments when we should understand what the First Amendment is all about is protecting speech, even the kind that you disagree with. And, we’ve come to a place in culture where you’re not allowed to say things that someone disagrees with or that someone might find offensive, which of course, is a stupid standard of measurement because everybody’s gonna be offended by something. To say that you can’t say something that might offend somebody is a subjective standard, and that line continually changes and moves. So, you’ll never know if you hit the standard or line anyway.

And, one of the things that we’ve talked about on the show before is how we can defend the very essence of femininity. How can you say that we need to protect women or that–this #metoo movement, right? You can’t violate women; you can’t oppress women.

If there is no such thing as women, and “women” is just a social construct that you get to choose to be what you want, how can we say anyone has ever violated a woman in this capacity? It’s one of these slippery slopes that once you start going down and saying, “There is no right or wrong and no male or female. And,if you don’t agree with us, we will silence you,” this is where you have that ridiculous reality that has to be dealt with.

America’s Uniqueness: Freedom of Speech

And, there’s no doubt that this girl should not be attacked for that position. But, it does remind me of when Jesus said, “Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake,” that the reality is there are going to come moments when we are persecuted for standing up for what’s right. The thing that has made America unique for so long is we were a nation that always politically protected people’s ability to have free speech.

What’s different than several of these nations over in the Middle East where they do have some of these laws that would forbid you from being anti-Sharia or saying things that are against Islam? America is different because we’ve politically protected your right to have the freedom of speech. We are now coming to a place where the left has so stained academia, that now academia has produced all these different lawyers, educators, judges, and whoever down the list you go, to where they have this very poor ideology that the freedom of speech only exists for you to say the things that we agree with.

It’s very much this Orwellian 1984 scenario we’re seeing lived out in front of us. Which is why we do what we do on the show and say, “Wait; let’s go back to the Constitution. What does it actually say, and what’s the context behind it?

“What are we to actually believe in America, and where did this come from? What’s the Biblical standard upon which it is based?” And, when you start looking from a constitutional, Biblical, and historical perspective, you realize how stupid these attacks are against her.

Now, people have the freedom of speech to attack her; that’s true. But, the idea that we would stop someone who says what the laws of nature confirm, what science confirms, that there’s an X and Y chromosome; and, you can’t just choose to no longer have the same chromosome you have in your body. It’s utterly absurd. And yet, this is what we’re battling in culture today.

Nancy Pelosi and Hate Crimes

David:

So, that’s the origins of it from a constitutional standpoint. But, going back to the origins of it from a political standpoint, hate speech goes back to hate crimes. The first federal hate-crime law that I know about was Nancy Pelosi back in 2006.

At that point in time–and the deal with progressives, by the way, is they want to divide people into groups. You’re not an individual; you’re part of a group. And so, as part of groups, whether it’s a trans, LGBTQ, or any other group; we started saying, “You’ve got to be groups, and some groups are worth more than others.”

And so, Pelosi at that time said, “Hey, we’re going to give special protection to homosexuals and lesbians.” And some of the other members on the committee like Louie Gohmert said, “Well, while we’re at it, let’s give special protection to veterans and seniors.” And they said, “No, no, no, those aren’t groups we’re trying to protect.”

So, we started elevating some groups above other groups; although, there is no Biblical, historical, or constitutional basis to do so. Every time we’ve elevated one group above another, it’s led to problems, as with racism. When we said, “Whites should be elevated about blacks or above Chinese in the 1890s;” it’s always been a problem when you put groups against each other.

Hate Speech Defined

And so, that’s what hate speech is: saying that this is a group that’s to be protected from any kind of criticism; it is a group to be protected with special protections. That goes back to Nancy Pelosi. And people hate this; but yet, they re-elected her and put her back in the House again. So, here comes round two of the same kind of nonsense.

Tim:

Not all people hate her because in California, she keeps getting re-elected. Now, the majority of American people might argue and disagree with her; although, that majority might be much smaller today than it has been in previous years. But, it’s kind of like looking at people like Alexander Ocasio-Cortez, where we can go, “How dumb is she?” And yet, in her district it’s very possible she’ll get re-elected. Now, even in her district she’s not doing polling really well right now. Pelosi is not polling really well right now. But, there are people that support this hateful ideology because they believe that you should suppress the voices that you disagree with. And they believe in America there are different groups, classes, and levels of people. And so, this is where we are culturally battling right now.

The Declaration: We Are All Created Equal

We really need to get back to what the Declaration teaches: that we are all created equal. What brings equality is not going to be equality of outcome. It is going to be equality of value, recognizing that we are all children of God.

This is where we talked with the Founding Fathers. One of the things they did so well was to recognize kind of like what Paul writes in the different epistles that: “In Christ, there is no male or female… there’s no slave or free.” In Christ, we are all the same; we are all God’s kids.

And part of how you overcome this hate speech is getting back to being God’s kids. Now, with that being said, God also made male and female. So, if you oppose this very notion. If you say, “I love God, but I opposed some of these Biblical ideas,” well, you’ve kind of missed the big picture then because the God who created us did create us male and female.

And, the idea that this female swimmer would come out and say that it’s not right that someone who is born a biological male, and therefore has more muscle mass, can come compete against females; that doesn’t seem fair. And then, somehow she’s in trouble? This is where we’ve just kind of flipped upside down in our thinking and have to get back to the understanding that we need Biblically, historically, and constitutionally.

David:

This is where we have facilitated this by allowing education to teach these concepts. And, then we elect legislators who promote these concepts legislatively. So, the whole concept about gender; I mean, you’re seeing this worked out in schools, and that’s where so much of this is happening.

53% Want Restrictions on Free Speech

And now, we see kids coming out of school where that 53 percent of kids in colleges think there should be restrictions on free speech. We’re teaching that in schools, and we’re paying for this? So, this is going to hang around.

The good news is we know of two to four cases going to the U.S. Supreme Court dealing with gender. And,will this current Supreme Court say that there is a difference between a male and a female, and kind of help stop some of the stuff going to education levels? We’ll see.

But, it’s a great question. This goes to progressive thinking, non-Biblical thinking. And, this is what you get as a result.

Rick:

Very quick break, guys. We’ve got time for one more questions when we come back. Stay with us on WallBuilders Live!

Be At All Times Armed

Thomas Jefferson said, “The constitutions of most of our states, and of the United States, assert that all power is inherent in the people that they may exercise it by themselves that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed. That they are entitled to freedom of person, freedom of religion, freedom of property, and freedom of press.”

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We Want To Hear Your Vet Story

Rick:

Hey friends! If you have been listening to WallBuilders Live for very long at all, you know how much we respect our veterans and how appreciative we are of the sacrifice they make to make our freedoms possible. One of the ways that we love to honor those veterans is to tell their stories here on WallBuilders Live.  Once in awhile, we get an opportunity to interview veterans that have served on those front lines that have made incredible sacrifices have amazing stories that we want to share with the American people.

One of the very special things we get to do is interview World War II veterans. You’ve heard those interviews here on WallBuilders Live, from folks that were in the Band of Brothers, to folks like Edgar Harrell that survived the Indianapolis to so many other great stories you heard on WallBuilders Live.

You have friends and family that also served.  If you have World War II veterans in your family that you would like to have their story shared here on WallBuilders Live, please email us at [email protected]  Give us a brief summary of the story and we’ll set up an interview. Thanks so much for sharing here on WallBuilders Live!

Questions of Power

Thomas Jefferson said, “In questions of power, then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.”

Rick:

We’re back here on WallBuilders Live Foundations the Freedom Thursday today. And, our last question of the day is from Sid in Cleveland.

“I heard from a co-worker that he believes Thomas Paine helped write a lot of the Constitution; but, because he was an alcoholic, he wasn’t allowed to sign it. I disagree, but since I’m not sure, I thought I would ask you guys. Thanks,” from Sid.

Tim, David, Thomas Paine, writer the Constitution, alcoholic?

Was Thomas Paine a Writer of the Constitution?

Tim:

Okay, so, the first question you should always ask is How do you know? So, when someone says, “Hey, didn’t Thomas Paine write the majority?” Or, if they make the claim; because, maybe they’re not asking a question.

Maybe they say, “Well, Thomas Paine wrote it; but, because he was an alcoholic, they didn’t let him they didn’t sign it.” So, how do we know that he is the one that wrote it? The reason I point that out is because if you do any basic research, you realize he’s not the guy that wrote this.

He wasn’t part of the convention. He’s not hanging out with them. Now, alcoholic is a different discussion; which, we could have that conversation too.

But, when it comes to the Constitution, what proof do you have that Thomas Paine was a writer? And, what is your source?

David:

Writer of the Constitution? We know he was a writer.

Ask Questions; Make Them Defend Their Position

Tim:

Correct. Yes, he wrote several things, right. Common Sense and Age of Reason are the two that are the most famous. But this is where when people make some of these claims, if we would just start asking basic questions to make them defend their positions, we would realize that they have no evidence for this position whatsoever.

So, no, Thomas Paine was not a writer of the Constitution who was held out because he was an alcoholic. That is not even close to anything that is accurate. But, instead of maybe needing someone to show how it’s not true, when someone makes a claim just ask a question and let them defend their position.

And, you can see by the way they defend it if they have enough information that it’s believable or if you go, “Yeah, you don’t know what you’re talking about.” Because in this situation, they don’t know what they’re talking about.

David:

Questions are great. And, one other question to ask is When was the Constitution written? The answer is 1787. The next question is When was Thomas Paine in France? The answer 1787.

Oh, wait. It’s a little hard for him to write the Constitution when he’s in a foreign nation, and it takes two months to get there by ship. No, the answer is very simple. Tim covered it well.

Send In Your Questions On Current Issues Like Hate Speech

Rick:

Well, folks, we’ve got more questions. We’re not gonna have time to get to them today; but, keep sending them in to [email protected] And, we will get to them on Thursdays in the future.

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Liberties and Freedom Are Worth Defending

Samuel Adams said, “The liberties of our Country and the freedom of our civil Constitution are worth defending against hazards. And it is our duty to defend them against all attacks.”