In Thirteen Words, Dr. Edwin Vieira, Jr., examines the phrase in the Constitution of the United States which is the most overlooked and misunderstood today-even though its foundations in pre-constitutional American history and law are arguably more extensive than those of any other phrase, and by its own terms it is the most important constitutional phrase for all Americans to understand and apply. The analysis this book lays out is of singular importance, not only as an intellectual exercise through which Americans can comprehend the true meaning and power of the Second Amendment and its interrelationship with the original Constitution as well as the Declaration of Independence, but also as a legal and political tool with which they can preserve their country as an independent, free, and prosperous republic in the face of the dangers and challenges now threatening and confronting their country. Thirteen Words presents a message-and especially a warning-to which the Founding Fathers, without dissenting voice, would have subscribed had they been sufficiently pessimistic to foresee the political degeneracy which today is on the verge of overwhelming the nation they poured out their blood and treasure to create. Edwin Vieira, Jr, is the author of Constitutional “Homeland Security”, Volume One, The Nation in Arms; Constitutional “Homeland Security”, Volume Two, The Sword and Sovereignty; Pieces of Eight: The Monetary Powers and Disabilities of the United States Constitution; and How To Dethrone the Imperial Judiciary. He is also the lecturer in the extensive DVD presentation The Purse and the Sword: Imminent Dangers of U.S. Economic and Homeland Security Policies.
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