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Author, Speaker, Founder of Liberty Restoration Publishing, Inc. and Host of The LIBERTY RESTORATION Show.

Learn more at JasonWHoyt.com.

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I Believe in Freedom. Don't You?
How to Talk with Family & Friends about Liberty
by Jason W. Hoyt View author's profile page

Overview


Our nation is incredibly divided and on an unsustainable path. We may debate policy nuances but there's one thing all Americans should have in common. Freedom.

The responsibility of all who believe in freedom is to pass it on to the next generation. Our natural God-given rights must once again be declared, cherished, and protected. Liberty must be respected, practiced, taught, defended, and passed down through the ages.

If we do not stand up for freedom, liberty, and independence today my daughter and her generation will sadly live in a very different America. Many of those around us say they believe in freedom, but can they articulate it?

The purpose of this book is to sharpen your perspective, help you articulate our foundational principles, and equip you with the tools necessary to pass freedom, liberty, and independence on to the next generation of Americans.

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Description


Featuring


30 Foundational American Principles
How to Analyze Proposed Legislation with 10 Questions
How to Spark an Awakening in Others


by


Jason W. Hoyt


Plus


Key Clauses of Magna Carta

Declaration of Independence

U.S. Constitution

Bill of Rights

Amendments 11-27

We may debate policy nuances but there's one thing all Americans should have in common. Freedom.

Many of the principles and concepts in this book are about perspective. We must have the right perspective when discussing our rights, the Constitution, the proper role of government, and especially when facing big government statists bent on controlling people's lives. Without these foundational principles and perspectives, they will take advantage of the people's ignorance.

At our core, if only a portion of our population supports freedom, we have a problem. A nation divided against itself cannot stand and the path we're on is unsustainable. While many of us prefer freedom and others fall prey to the false promises of tyranny, there is an even larger group of Americans that have yet to pick a side. And that is why this book was written.

Each of us has a circle of influence and it's time to have that conversation. This book serves as an impetus to spark the fundamental conversation of freedom.

The purpose of this book is to sharpen your perspective, help you articulate our foundational principles, and equip you with the tools necessary to pass freedom, liberty, and independence on to the next generation of Americans.

Read more

Overview


Our nation is incredibly divided and on an unsustainable path. We may debate policy nuances but there's one thing all Americans should have in common. Freedom.

The responsibility of all who believe in freedom is to pass it on to the next generation. Our natural God-given rights must once again be declared, cherished, and protected. Liberty must be respected, practiced, taught, defended, and passed down through the ages.

If we do not stand up for freedom, liberty, and independence today my daughter and her generation will sadly live in a very different America. Many of those around us say they believe in freedom, but can they articulate it?

The purpose of this book is to sharpen your perspective, help you articulate our foundational principles, and equip you with the tools necessary to pass freedom, liberty, and independence on to the next generation of Americans.

Read more

Description


Featuring


30 Foundational American Principles
How to Analyze Proposed Legislation with 10 Questions
How to Spark an Awakening in Others


by


Jason W. Hoyt


Plus


Key Clauses of Magna Carta

Declaration of Independence

U.S. Constitution

Bill of Rights

Amendments 11-27

We may debate policy nuances but there's one thing all Americans should have in common. Freedom.

Many of the principles and concepts in this book are about perspective. We must have the right perspective when discussing our rights, the Constitution, the proper role of government, and especially when facing big government statists bent on controlling people's lives. Without these foundational principles and perspectives, they will take advantage of the people's ignorance.

At our core, if only a portion of our population supports freedom, we have a problem. A nation divided against itself cannot stand and the path we're on is unsustainable. While many of us prefer freedom and others fall prey to the false promises of tyranny, there is an even larger group of Americans that have yet to pick a side. And that is why this book was written.

Each of us has a circle of influence and it's time to have that conversation. This book serves as an impetus to spark the fundamental conversation of freedom.

The purpose of this book is to sharpen your perspective, help you articulate our foundational principles, and equip you with the tools necessary to pass freedom, liberty, and independence on to the next generation of Americans.

Read more

Book details

Genre:POLITICAL SCIENCE

Subgenre:Political Ideologies / General

Language:English

Pages:234

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781736192825


Overview


Our nation is incredibly divided and on an unsustainable path. We may debate policy nuances but there's one thing all Americans should have in common. Freedom.

The responsibility of all who believe in freedom is to pass it on to the next generation. Our natural God-given rights must once again be declared, cherished, and protected. Liberty must be respected, practiced, taught, defended, and passed down through the ages.

If we do not stand up for freedom, liberty, and independence today my daughter and her generation will sadly live in a very different America. Many of those around us say they believe in freedom, but can they articulate it?

The purpose of this book is to sharpen your perspective, help you articulate our foundational principles, and equip you with the tools necessary to pass freedom, liberty, and independence on to the next generation of Americans.

Read more

Description


Featuring


30 Foundational American Principles
How to Analyze Proposed Legislation with 10 Questions
How to Spark an Awakening in Others


by


Jason W. Hoyt


Plus


Key Clauses of Magna Carta

Declaration of Independence

U.S. Constitution

Bill of Rights

Amendments 11-27

We may debate policy nuances but there's one thing all Americans should have in common. Freedom.

Many of the principles and concepts in this book are about perspective. We must have the right perspective when discussing our rights, the Constitution, the proper role of government, and especially when facing big government statists bent on controlling people's lives. Without these foundational principles and perspectives, they will take advantage of the people's ignorance.

At our core, if only a portion of our population supports freedom, we have a problem. A nation divided against itself cannot stand and the path we're on is unsustainable. While many of us prefer freedom and others fall prey to the false promises of tyranny, there is an even larger group of Americans that have yet to pick a side. And that is why this book was written.

Each of us has a circle of influence and it's time to have that conversation. This book serves as an impetus to spark the fundamental conversation of freedom.

The purpose of this book is to sharpen your perspective, help you articulate our foundational principles, and equip you with the tools necessary to pass freedom, liberty, and independence on to the next generation of Americans.

Read more

About the author


Author, Speaker, Founder of Liberty Restoration Publishing, Inc. and Host of The LIBERTY RESTORATION Show.

Learn more at JasonWHoyt.com.

Read more

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