Our Right to Privacy - Hijacked By Government
Added on July 17, 2015
Author Robert G. Beard, Jr.
Edition First Edition
Published October 24, 2014
File Size 327.22 KB
Our Right to Privacy - Hijacked By Government 327.22 KB - In 1776, the Founders of the United States challenged the Old World philosophy that government is the grantor of individual rights, with the conviction that individuals had pre-existing inalienable rights that overrode legitimate government. These rights were enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights.
Sadly, this movement towards individual freedom has been reversed. Current federal, state, and local governments operate under the Old World view; government is perceived as the grantor of human rights. With this approach, whatever right previously granted may be taken away by those in control of government.
To reclaim our rights, we must first understand what our inalienable rights encompass; and, how our politicians, aided by certain members of the press, academia, and the judiciary, are eroding and eliminating them. As government continues its expansion, individual freedom is being eradicated. This is a perverse fraud perpetrated against Americans. Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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