Massachusetts Bay Colony was an American Christian theocracy, sadly destroyed by liberals
I hope that this is what all of America will be like when the Republicans win
In 1641, the colony formally adopted its first code of laws, the Massachusetts Body of Liberties, written by Nathaniel Ward, codified by Joseph Hills, and based partly on John Cotton's draft (Abstract of the Laws of New-England, As They Are Now Established), which specified required behavior and punishments by appeal to the Judeo-Christian social sanctions recorded in the Bible. It is worthy of note that these men did not see any tension between the kind of theocracy they advocated and the type of democracy that was taking shape; to the contrary, they even held that the one required the other.
The first person to be executed in the colony was Margaret Jones, a female physician accused of being a witch. A delusional Dorothy Talbye was hanged in 1638 for murdering her daughter, as at the time the common law of Massachusetts made no distinction between insanity (or mental illness) and criminal behavior. John Winthrop wanted the puritan colony to be a "city upon a hill", or an example of their faith for other colonies to follow. The Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony were the most active of the New England persecutors of Quakers. In 1660, one of the most notable victims of the religious intolerance was English Quaker Mary Dyer who was hanged in Boston for repeatedly defying a law banning Quakers from the colony. As one of the four executed Quakers known as the Boston martyrs, the hanging of Dyer marked the beginning of the end of the Puritan theocracy and New England independence from English rule. In 1661 King Charles II explicitly forbade Massachusetts from executing anyone for professing Quakerism.