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Many Voices, One Freedom: United in the 1st Amendment

February 27, 2024

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I believe it was Albert Einstein who is credited with defining insanity as doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result. It appears today that much of the nation is suffering from its own form of insanity. Today, you can be infected with a blood-borne pathogen because someone not only believes that it is their right to donate blood, but that their right supersedes medical science that shows the increased risk they pose to others. Today you can be called a domestic terrorist or an insurrectionist for openly and fervently disagreeing with a school board or standing up when states violate the Constitution in selecting their Presidential Electors. If you support the wrong political positions, you can be held in jail for accusations of minor offenses, denied medical treatment, and even shot and killed by police. And if you refuse the illegal “mandates” that you allow yourself to be experimented on with an emergency use authorized drug, you can be denied medical treatment, and even arrested for trespass on public property. In short, if truth, justice, and the American way aren’t gone, they are quickly being ushered out of public life. Will the American people stand up for rights and justice, or allow themselves to be subjected to servitude by the crazy people who claim the power to do so?

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  • Paul Engel

    Author and speaker Paul Engel has spent more than 20 years studying and teaching about both the Bible and the U.S. Constitution. That experience helps Paul explain difficult concepts in a way most people can understand. As one manager described, “Paul can take the most complex idea and explain it in a way my grandmother can understand.” Freely admitting that he “learned more about our Constitution from School House Rock (a Saturday morning cartoon) than in 12 years of school,” he says that anyone can be a constitutional scholar. Since 2014 I have been helping everyday Americans read and study the Constitution of their country and teaching the rising generation to be free. Using news and current events as a springboard, I explain the Constitution and encourage others to stand up and secure the blessings of liberty for themselves, their children, and the nation.

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