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November 28, 2006

Begging for Freedom

The Declaration of Independence states that all men are "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights". This means that there are certain rights which everyone has, simply by being alive. Yet we are often reduced to petitioning politicians to acknowledge these rights.

Bill of Rights Day is December 15, less than three weeks away. While we applaud those politicians who introduce a Bill of Rights Day resolution, and those local governments that agree to it, we want to stress that it is NOT necessary to wait for government to throw you a few crumbs. There are lots of things you can do without a politician's "permission":

  • Set up a celebration of your own at a restaurant, library, or other venue, even if means only two people will meet and talk about regaining our freedoms. Maybe invite a local politician!
  • Read and share our article, "You'll be Freer and Richer in the Bill of Rights Culture" at
  • Call or email someone and talk about our rights.
  • Send the JPFO Bill of Rights Day form letters to a local publication ( ).
  • Heed the wisdom of Uncle Sam with a poster or stickers ( and )
  • Have students read the JPFO freedom booklets "It's Common Sense to Use Our Bill of Rights" and "The UN is Destroying Your Freedom" ( )
  • Or choose from any number of other ideas at

So don't wait for your local politicians to answer your pleadings. You have your rights -- USE THEM!

- The Liberty Crew



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