Resurrecting Jefferson Davis

Resurrecting Jefferson Davis

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President Jefferson Davis was a George Washington without the reward of a man who was first in the hearts of his countrymen. And this book is about the life and times of Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America. But more importantly, it is a look back at the root causes that tore the very fabric of America asunder. And as President Davis prophetically warned, sixteen years after the Civil War formally ended, "The contest is not over, the strife is not ended. It has only entered upon a new and enlarged arena." His words have application to modern-day America. Today, we again find America on the brink of a new and even more costly Civil War. We find an overbearing federal government again usurping the Constitution, and broadening its powers beyond what the Founding Fathers ever designed it to have. Our Founding Fathers attempted to limit the thirst for power of that federal government by enacting the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. And that Amendment, which is part of the Bill of Rights, was ratified on December 15, 1791. It stands for the proposition that we have a republic based on Federalism, which undergirds the entire plan of the original Constitution, by stating that the federal government possesses only those powers delegated to it by the states or the people. In drafting this amendment, the framers had two purposes in mind: first, as a necessary rule of constructing how our government works; and second, as a reaffirmation of the nature of the federal system, but usurpers in the federal executive, legislative, and the judicial branches have substituted their wills for the fundamental laws and precepts upon which this great nation was founded. We see it in a federal government that ignores the laws of the land, and invades the very jurisdictions of the states to remove God and prayer from our classrooms and the public square, and dictates, amongst other things, the definition of "marriage," when "life" begins, and what constitutes "traditional families" and "states rights." It is a recipe for disaster. It divides the nation, and sets the stage for a coming secession, not unlike the one we experienced in the time of Davis and Lincoln. "Resurrecting Jefferson Davis" is a firsthand account of that time in America's past when men of good conscience found no other alternative than to break the bonds which they formed in the face of a common enemy, only to fight the very enemies of their founding principles. This is President Jefferson Davis' story, and in many ways it is our story as well. Whether we as a people choose to travel the same path of our forefathers into civil war is up to us, and how we address our political and social dialog in the coming months and years will determine the very fate of America and the future of our children and their children. It is a time of great responsibility, to be greatly borne, a time when we renew the promise of America, or condemn our posterity to the long winter of war. But, as I said before, this is Jefferson Davis' story. It is one worth resurrecting in our nation for many reasons, not the least of which is avoiding a second Civil War. I hope and pray it will be a great blessing to you!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 252 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 16mm | 439.98g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508577757
  • 9781508577751

About Hal Moroz

Judge Hal Moroz is an Attorney and Counselor at Law, who served as a county judge and city chief judge in the great State of Georgia. Judge Moroz has represented individual clients and small, medium, and large businesses in a variety of legal matters. And his practice in the law has ranged from small claims courts to the Supreme Court of the United States. Judge Moroz is also an accomplished soldier and statesman, as well as a retired U.S. Army officer, having served in the Airborne Infantry. Judge Moroz served on the faculty of Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida, and the State Bar of Georgia's Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE). He is a former candidate for the U.S. Congress, and served as Special Counsel to the Georgia Republican Party's First Congressional District Committee in the 2000 primary and general elections, and went on to serve as a Presidential Ballot Inspector/Observer during the 2000 "recount" in Florida. Following the 2000 election, Judge Moroz was a candidate for federal judgeships in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Hal Moroz is also a prolific writer, having authored numerous legal articles, weekly legal newspaper columns, and books. Copies of his many books can be ordered at or any major online bookstore!show more