President Elect Joe Biden is about to be sworn in as President in the first virtual Inauguration in history.
What does the Constitution require for a Presidential Inauguration? Learn about the oath of office for the President and other federal and State officials. Why is the oath important?
Explore the traditions of Inaugurations including a public ceremony, balls, parades, open houses, Bibles and Bible passages, the Marine band, clergy and prayers, and speeches.
Listen in on stirring Inaugural Addresses from George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, John Garfield, Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Harrison, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and others. Examine the themes of Inaugural Addresses including prayers and blessings, unity, support for the Constitution, free speech, federalism, the Union and the Civil War, patriotism, education, a higher calling, and the danger of an ignorant and corrupt people,
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Also consider Judge Michael Warren’s book, America’s Survival Guide, How to Stop American’s Impending Suicide by Reclaiming Our First Principles and History at www.AmericasSurvivalGuide.com.
Join Judge Warren for his upcoming Zoom talk on the book on Thursday January 21, 2021. Meeting ID: 838-8449-4871; password: 437065.
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