Did you know that the framers of our US Constitution did not believe that a Bill of Rights was necessary? That instead of a Bill of Rights, the framers believed, simply, that the limitations contained in the US Constitution would adequately limit the powers of government? That the framers also believed the limitations on government contained in the US Constitution would assure the citizens unimpeded liberty?Find out how instead of the ideal belief in limited government bearing out, our liberties have been infringed upon, in spite of the fact that the Bill of Rights was added to the US Constitution.Find out how the most important article in the Bill of Rights specifying unimpeded liberty is the most ignored and disabused by the US Judicial System.Find out how the liberties secured by our Bill of Rights are slowly but surely being taken away over time by a combination of law through legislation, and legislation from the judicial bench.A Liberty Handbook for the Common Citizen provides a verifiable summary of the risks to our liberty and demonstrates how many socialist ideals are gradually replacing the liberty that was intended by the framers of the US Constitution.Find out why elections really do have consequences and become a part of a majority of informed voters, in order to preserve our liberties before they are gone for good. J.B. Salazar is an ardent fan of the people who organized and executed the American Revolution and of the monumental shift to self-governance that it enabled. He holds a master's degree in Management Information Systems and Finance from the College of Santa Fe. J.B. Salazar has spent a significant portion of his professional career within the National Nuclear Security industry and feels privileged to be able to contribute to the preservation of our liberty in this manner.
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