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Rather than pass through the Atlanta Federal Prison Camp gate to serve a sentence for a tax misdemeanor in 1987, author F. Tupper Saussy chose to become a fugitive in order to freely investigate his adversary -- the United States of America.What he discovered was valuable new proof of a vast Roman Catholic substratum of American history -- more specifically, that Jesuits played eminent and under-appreciated roles in persuading New Englanders to rebel against their mother country in 1776. Indeed, according to Saussy's groundbreaking discoveries, the American Revolution and its resulting constitutional republic may have been single-handedly designed and supervised by a Jesuit named Lorenzo Ricci -- this country's true founding father.Provocative and utterly compelling, Rulers of Evil analyzes the hundreds of historical clues left by the true leaders of the world. It should be read by anyone desiring to know, definitively, why America works the way it does.
One of the last great riddles of the British political system was solved yesterday when the powers wielded by the government in the name of the monarchy were set down on paper for the first time.
The "veil of mystery" surrounding the royal prerogative was lifted when a list of them was published in a move intended to encourage greater transparency.
The prerogative, which includes the power to declare war, is handed from monarchs to ministers and allows them to take action without the backing of parliament.
In a move intended to encourage greater accountability, the Commons public administration committee (PAC) published a list of the little-understood powers which it persuaded Sir Hayden Phillips, permanent secretary to the Department of Constitutional Affairs, to supply.
"Over the years when people have asked the government to say what prerogative powers there are, they have always refused to do so," said the committee's chairman, Labour MP Tony Wright.
"It tells us largely what we know, but it is a small victory to have the government say at least what it thinks they are."
~AN END TIME ANAGRAM FOR THE EDIFICATION OF THE SAINTS~~
~THE ELECTION OF GRACE~