Restoring constitutional republicanism
by electing conservative first candidates
A brilliantly laid out plan for how constitutional grassroots conservatives can change the current destructive course we are on, Mark Levin educates the reader about Article V of the U.S. Constitution and the Convention of the states.
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Hillsdale College's book is an invaluable resource for understanding the greatest document ever created. The free classes that they offer are an exceptional tool for constitutionalists.
A book written 65 years ago is definitely worth reading again in wake of today's NSA spying scandal. As defenders of the 4th Amendment to the Constitution, we believe the line between securing the nation and unlawful searches is quite clear.
Rush Limbaugh's first "tome" has a special place in our hearts. For so many conservatives, it was this book that made us laugh, but more importantly, made us aware of who this guy on the radio was that gave conservatives a voice on a national stage.
An explanation of how we ended up with the massive unaccountable federal government we now have created by "statists" and the "neo-statists" and how we can resolve it. This is a framework for revitalizing the conservative vision and restoring constitutional republicanism.
Alexis de Tocqueville's "Democracy in America" describes soft despotism, the illusion of having very little influence over the government, and how America in the 19th Century avoided the trend. A mindful public today would be wise to read this book to fully understand the soft despotism he warned about so long ago.
Whether one reads the book or watches the videos online, Milton Friedman's "Free to Choose" is an invaluable resource for demonstrating how free markets are truly the best problem solver for today's problems.
A fascinating look back at how President Reagan took on the establishment and won decisively.
A conservative vs. establishment battle becomes a history lesson that unfortunately the establishment refuses to learn from.