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Constitutional rights in jeopardy

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“Property must be secured or liberty cannot exist,” — John Adams.

John Adams was one of the founders of our country, the first Vice President and the second President. He, as did all the founders, knew the role that secure private property plays in maintaining individual freedom and prosperity. The main purpose of government — federal, state and local — is to protect our God given inalienable rights as enumerated in the United Stated Constitution. Due to the current education curriculum, the mainstream media, the current crop of politicians and the myriad of unelected bureaucrats, this idea is poorly understood or even known.

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