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America is over 230 years old. On July 4, 1776, our founding
fathers produced the Declaration of Independence that said
all men are created equal. By 1789, we ratified a
Constitution that started with the words, We The People. America to
this day is the greatest social experiment in the history of mankind.
It’s been successful beyond probably anybody’s prediction.
We are not
just successful in all the material ways, we are a great and noble people. Let me make this clear to the rest of the world… if there was
no America, the rest of the world would be less. They had a choice to
either become part of civilization or lose all their best citizens to us
because we raised the bar. People from all nations flocked to our
country. They still do. We built a country that has become large, that
says if you work hard, if you are creative, if you are productive, you
have an opportunity to take care of yourself and your family in ways
that you couldn’t dream of anywhere else on the planet. We had a very
limited central government and a very engaged populous. We took
this country to war in the 19th century because the vision that was
laid out in the 18th century still had gaps. It is a work in progress that
continues to this day. We went to war in the 19th century because a
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Table of Contents
Overview • Adults Only
Wellness • It’s The All You Can Eat Weight Loss Secret
Health Insurance • Of Course I Want It, It’s Covered
Social Security/Medicare (Entitlements) • I’m Entitled
Voting Patterns • Voting Is For Old People
Family Structure • Who’s Your Daddy?
Education • The Achilles Heel of America
Crime • Stick ‘Em Up
Immigration • Hola! Neighbor
Terrorism/Energy/Farm Policy • It’s The War, Stupid
Pollution • Cleaning Up Our Act
Conclusion • Call to Action
The United States Constitution
Bill of Rights
Introduction to the Declaration of Independence
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