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Recommended Reading to Educate on Your God-given & Constitutionally Protected Rights

Updated: Jul 14, 2021

We highly encourage you to get a copy of this book to further your comprehension of your God-given inalienable rights, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.

This book is a must for your home education library. We have provided a link for your convenience.

Here are some excellent excerpts from just the first chapter:

"This simple concept was the first breath of what would become the greatest ideological transformation in history: all human beings, regardless of gender, status, wealth, and religion, are born equally free and with the right to the enjoyment of life, liberty, and property and the right to the pursuit of happiness. These natural rights are born with us, exist within us, and cannot be taken from us by any human power without taking our lives. Moreover, these rights formed fundamental law to which all man-made systems of domination or governance were subordinate." ¹

"But what if the people were not given this education? What if they were ignorant of and indifferent to their natural rights? How would they guard against infringements or even know what constitutes a violation? They would not, and they would be, by definition, willing slaves. Who would guard their freedoms for them, though? Principled, admirable officials of government, you might correctly assume. But what happens when they are gone—who will replace them at the flagpole and keep it sturdy and true? With no resolute guardians to rise from successive generations, the flag will inevitably topple, and with it the greatest social evolution in mankind’s history." ²

"Jefferson stated this clearly: “Educate and inform the whole mass of the people.... They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.”" ³

"Patrick Henry boldly declared, value liberty over all—even their lives. That vision must continue, and we are the only ones who can, individual by individual, give it light and strength." ⁴

"So never forget the Founders’ message that we the people are governed only by our consent, that we create government, and that we have the right to change government if it exceeds its limitations. Do not take your freedoms for granted lest they slowly erode until, like an ancient parchment, they crumble at the slightest provocation." ⁵

"Become educated, encourage others to follow, and together, despite our divergent political leanings, we can stand united as human beings who recognize and respect each other’s rights to enjoy life and liberty, to acquire and possess property, and to pursue and obtain happiness and safety." ⁶


Excerpts from Chapter 1

¹ pg. 1 paragragh 3

² pg. 4 paragragh 4

³ pg. 4 paragraph 5

⁴ pg. 6 paragraph 2

⁵ pg. 6 paragragh 3

⁶ pg. 6 paragraph 4

Source: "The Know Your Bill of Rights Book: Don't Lose Your Constitutional Rights—Learn Them!" by Sean Patrick.

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