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Americans are enamored with the story of the founding of our Constitution as if it is a story from a good novel, never fully grasping the price in blood that our Constitution demanded. Our Founding Fathers left us with a sacred trust never before experienced in human history. “We the people” are attempting to make sense of what has happened to this glorious country after decades of reflection on the historical events that have transformed not only the economics of this country, but the terminology as well. The basis of this book lies in the premise that “words have meaning.” Many in our society are totally unaware that when words change, so too do their implications. American society has been sheltered from changing terminology. It is my intent to make these complexities understandable for the average US citizen. Responsibility for the future of this country lies not in a strong, centralized government, but within the masses being governed. Fear is the basis for the loss of freedom. It’s time to reassert what our Founding Fathers intended. Only through a clear understanding of government and political terminology, as well as their implications on society, can we refocus our priorities to restructuring our relationship with the federal government. Courage, accurate information, and decisive action to ensure our freedom must prevail before the inevitable “checkmate” of entitlement bonds us into mediocrity.

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