A More Perfect Union
What We the People Can Do to Reclaim Our Constitutional Liberties
On Sale: October 6, 2015
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Many people have wondered why Iíve been speaking out on
controversial issues for the last few years. They say Iíve
never held political office. Iím not a constitutional
scholar. Iím not even a lawyer. All I can say to that is
ďGuilty as charged.Ē
Itís true that Iíve never voted for a budget America could
not afford. Iíve never raised anyoneís taxes. And Iíve never
promised a lobbyist anything in exchange for a donation.
Luckily, none of that really matters. Our founding fathers
didnít want a permanent governing class of professional
politicians. They wanted a republic, in Lincolnís words, "of
the people, by the people, and for the people." A country
where any farmer, small-business owner, manual laborer, or
doctor could speak up and make a difference.
I believe that making a difference starts with understanding
our amazing founding document, the U.S. Constitution. And as
someone who has performed brain surgery thousands of times,
I can assure you that the Constitution isnít brain surgery.
The founders wrote it for ordinary men and women, in clear,
precise, simple language. They intentionally made it short
enough to read in a single sitting and to carry in your pocket.
I wrote this book to encourage every citizen to read and
think about the Constitution, and to help defend it from
those who misinterpret and undermine it. In our age of
political correctness itís especially important to defend
the Bill of Rights, which guarantees our freedom to speak,
bear arms, practice our religion, and much more.
The Constitution isnít historyóitís about your life in
America today. And defending it is about what kind of
country our children and grandchildren will inherit.
I hope youíll enjoy learning about the fascinating ways that
the founders established the greatest democracy in
historyóand the ways that recent presidents, congresses, and
courts have threatened that democracy.
As the Preamble says, the purpose of the Constitution is to
create a more perfect union. My goal is to empower you to
help protect that union and secure the blessings of liberty.
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