David Barton, who worked as chair and consultant for the Texas GOP was having a go at revealing the 'truth' about Jefferson in his new 'history' book. Publisher pulled it after complaints he spun parts of it - conveniently the slave ownership and parts on religion. http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/us-...book-thomas-jefferson-complaints-inaccuracies The purpose of such revisionist style of story-telling as Barton puts it is to, Truth indeed If this brand of story-telling is your thing you can check out more of his stories at http://www.wallbuilders.com/ Current front page stories include how gays have infiltrated Fox News Update: This guy sits on the National Council for Bible Curriculum in Public Schools and calls himself an expert in history and constitution. He has no formal education in history or law. He's also published a book interpreting Amendments. He says they were intended to give the right of Christians to hold public office, not other religions. Bit of a whack-job, but he influences school policy in Texas. He also teaches an online course at Glenn Beck's 'University'. Charming.