Ladies and Gentlemen,
America’s founding charters, are now no longer available through the “introductory” page of the U.S. Archives. Neither are all the other services that were linked from the main page of the U.S. Archives. The “library” of information is now closed.
Before the Democrat caused “shutdown”, OUR FOUNDING CHARTERS (along with many other services) had a link at the bottom of the page of the U.S. Archives.
Now? America’s founding documents hosted at the US Archives are no longer linked from the “front page”. The documents exist for the time being . . . so I’ll be cutting and pasting the language in our founding charters tonight (just in case.)
NOTE: It took “work” by a government employee to create a new webpage which removed the links to America’s archives.
Currently, there is the “new” page with no links to America’s archives. Unfortunately, I have not figured out how to import the screenshot of the webpage from my computer. (RNL contributors, please feel free to import them if you know how, thank you, texas.)
Go to http://www.archives.gov to see a new introductory webpage.
If you had the “Charters of Freedom” webpage bookmarked, the page is currently available at: http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/
This morning for the first time in years of using the U.S. Archives, when I clicked upon my bookmarked link to the Bill of Rights, a window popped up asking me to take survey . . . hmmm.
The 17% Government “shutdown”; has workers subject to the shutdown working to prevent easy ability to find America’s founding charters and creating a new survey to identify those interested in the Bill of Rights at the same time?
It continues, erasure of America’s history for those newly interested in Congress’ duties, the President’s duties, and why America is truly special.
(move along, move along, listen to the 4th arm of the Democrat’s propaganda machine the “old media”. Sit down, shut up, and take your medicine, the People shall accept our Power over you.)
May God bless, and keep safe, America and her supporters.