Who is a person with inalienable rights in America?
I recently got an unsolicited email for a presidential campaign contribution that began, “We The People.”
By opening our Constitution with these three simple words,the Founders made it clear that in America, the citizens would be the center of power.”
Is this still true today?
If you really want to understand this critical public issue, you should read The Fifth Letter now!
Throughout The Fifth Letter the political issue: Who is a person in America with inalienable rights is fully examined.
If you want to understand what “Corporate Personhood” is and how it evolved, this is an entertaining way to get a sound lesson in American History on this critically important topic and you will come to understand who has superior rights in American.
Superior rights in America are not based on race.
Today, superior rights in America are not based on gender.
Superior rights in America are not determined by national origin.
A class of persons with superior rights to all of us was created in 1919 by the U.S. Supreme Court. Without the Congress. Without the President.
And that just isn’t right.
We The People need to fix it!
Find out why by reading “The Fifth Letter”.
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