GREEN BROOK, N.J. (PRWEB) September 15, 2012
The American government began with a revolutionary idea. Alexis de Tocqueville talked of the “evolutionary process of revolution” wherein society evolves and institutes sweeping changes in government. Author, historian and Republican Party stalwart Bill Miller reviews various streams of national and political realities, comparing French revolutionary concepts and American spiritual evolution at an important juncture of history. His book The Tea Party Papers is a political journal and detailed study of history in the making – it is the history of the spiritual and revolutionary core of the government of the United States – one he considers the most unique creation of human history before or since.
An actual collaboration between Nature and the Individual, for Nature and the Individual, the United States as a dynamic process in human history has the express purpose of facilitating and improving this relationship in many aspects of life, in society, and the global collective. It took all of human history, centuries of study and eras of experimentation, for this ideal government to be formed. The Founding Fathers and Framers of America and its Constitution are seen by Miller and many like him as the spiritually centered political operators who gave birth to all the many political movements that took the American experiment further into its perfection as an organic entity operating naturally for and operated naturally by the people. The “Tea Party Patriots” are numbered among the latest and perhaps the brightest movement to have sprung out from the American Constitutional spirit.
From his historical studies, Bill Miller has found the many strengths of Centralized Collective Authority to be a temptation that has haunted the political masses for millennia. It haunts them still. The American Colonists “living in a state of grace with nature,” expanded the idea of “English Liberties” into a new concept of “American Exception-al-ism.” The society that they dreamt of and made through hard work created a clear mirror image of them, including internal equilibriums intended to preserve their self-actualization process. In this regard, the Tea Party Patriots creates a new self-preserving rubric with which America and its citizens may go on through history renewed and ready for all future developments.
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About the Author
Born in September 1961, author Bill Miller was "predisposed" to listen to "outside noise" but was instilled with the concept of hard work. Through his years of study of history supported by his working in the construction business, he gravitated to the utopians, the spiritually unwell, and disgusted as he was by religious hypocrites. Until he discovered that the utopians were even greater hypocrites. Eventually finding it barren and uninspiring, he turned to prayer and meditation. The author experienced a turn-around at this point but was left one windmill, an entity he still had issues with, and that was government. Aided by a journaling process, his book The Tea Party Papers was eventually formed. He hooked up with Project shining City at their web site, and re-tooled his book into a more readable format. Eventually, his writing experience took on many forms of media, from grassroots in electronic media and political writing. Its focus has been on God, even in personal aspects. His book and the subsequent ones he has planned are meant to serve as more than simple current events books. With them, he hopes that he has opened a dialogue by showing direct linkage from the Founders and Framers of America and its Constitution to the Tea Party Patriots of today. Mr. Miller has been a guest on various shows on WOR, WABC, WDEL, SirisXM and other radio stations as well as cable news and/or live-streaming on web.
Tea Party Papers Volume I Second Edition * by Bill Miller
The American Spiritual Evolution Versus The French Political Revolution
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