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G. R. Mobley and D. E. Mobley "We the People: Whose Constitution is it Anyway," actually addresses the fixing the Constitution, which all other conservative books fall short. Too few Americans question the roles, responsibilities, powers, and actions of the Federal government. Consequently, "We the People: Whose Constitution is it Anyway" will fill the voids for today's Libertarians; it calls upon Republicans and all citizens to realign with "republican" (not the Party) principles and calls out the secular progressives for their historically failed ideologies, which are destroying America. Methodically, this book identifies: 1. The significance and importance of individual liberty and sovereignty 2. The momentous miracle the framers gave the world in erecting our Constitutional Republic 3. That under the nose of the American public for over a century, the secular progressives erected a national church based upon their ideologies and that these ideologies have been inculcated into the American culture as main stream thought. 4. How the Constitutional Republic was obfuscated by noble and nefarious intent 5. Finally, this book provides a Constitutional Solution to fix Americas Constitutional Problem in a fast effective process. "We the People: Whose Constitution is it Anyway" is the first book in a trilogy for citizens to organize and transform the grass root organizations into a formidable movement of individual liberty and sovereignty. The authors attest that through the Article V Convention America restore and strengthen the Constitution, and actually move the union and the Republic into the twenty-first century, and protect individual liberty and sovereignty for Americas posterity for centuries to come.
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