2007 The Supremacy (33rd) Amendment to the Constitution. It gave the President and/or the Congress the power to declare the Laws of God as superior to those of the Constitution. It bound all judges, Federal and state, to abide by the terms of the amendment. It allowed the establishment of religious tests for any elected or appointed government official. Finally, it guaranteed organized prayer in the public schools.
2008 Hague's Second Inaugural. He announced the planned conversion of the Republican-Christian Alliance into the American Christian Nation Party.
2009 The Proclamation of Right of 2009. It made homosexuality a crime.
2011 The Declaration of Peace. On July 4 of that year, it established the New American Republics (NAR).
2013 The Natural Resources Access Act. Among other things, it terminated the National Parks and National Forests systems.
2017 The Legitimation Treaty of 2017. This tri-partite Treaty, between the NAR, the rump Canadian government based in the Maritime Provinces, and the Republic of Quebec (RQ), recognized the independence of the RQ, the annexation of the Western Canadian provinces to the White Republic of the NAR, and the partition of the former Canadian Province of Ontario between the NAR and the RQ.
2019 The Restoration Declaration. The first formal statement by the new National Leadership Council of the Movement for the Restoration of Constitutional Democracy, which for the first time joined together previously unconnected resistance movements in the Four Republics.
2020 The Second Final Solution (the Second Holocaust). It was a secret program, purportedly designed to exterminate the remaining homosexual population in the NAR. However, its real purpose was to exterminate, without involving the local messiness created by the Death Squads, any opponents of the regime it could find.
2021 - 2023 The intervention by the East Asian Confederation in 2021, the successful conclusion of the Second Civil War in 2022, and the Restoration of Constitutional Democracy in 2023. Restoration formally dissolved the NAR (in the process formally liberating the Latin American countries), recognized the establishment of the Federal Republic of Canada within the former Canadian boundaries, including Quebec, with the reestablishment of the former U.S.-Canadian border, and created the Re-United States of America. The new Constitution, based in many ways on the old but in many ways different too, featured strengthened protections for individual freedom and liberty, and strengthened governmental powers for intervention in the operations of the economy.
ADL: Anti-Defamation League, The Religious Right: The Assault on Tolerance & Pluralism in America, New York: 1994, pp. 31-39.
Davidowicz, L.S., The War Against the Jews, 1933-1945, New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1975.
DeParle, J., "Census Sees Falling Income and More Poor," New York Times, October 7, 1994.