Mark Levin has written a terrific book, “Plunder and Deceit,” warning young Americans of what will destroy their liberty if the status quo of our federal government is not changed.
He makes an iron clad case that the U.S. House and Senate has strangled our economy with too many regulations, has spent too much money and borrowed too much money for unsustainable government programs that do nothing more than transfer wealth from the producers to the non-producers, etc., etc., etc.
I hope every young American reads his book.
The last paragraph of Mark Levin’s “Plunder and Deceit,” he asks his audience:
So, I ask the rising generation – America’s younger people – what do you choose for yourself and future generations? Do you choose liberty or tyranny? And what do you intend to do about it?
Talk about a “money shot.”
“And what do you intend to do about it?”
Here’s what the last chapter could have been, entitled “What You Should Do About It.”
Here is concrete advice that you probably never received in your public school. And which your parents failed to tell you. That’s not important. What’s important is that you “get this.” And then act.
All of you need to organize and unite for real political action where you live. Being inside the process is the best political tool for electing better people to government public servant positions.
And you need to do this ASAP (that means “as soon as possible” and is pronounced Ay Es Ay Pee).
This is not hard. It works. But it takes action. By YOU.
Go here and study it.
Follow the links. Make sure you watch the short video.
You can do this. You can be just like our Founding Fathers and unite and organize where you live for real political action that completely undoes the status quo.
I can’t guarantee that if you do this, you will save our – and your — liberty. But I can guarantee that if you do not do this, you will lose our – and your – liberty.
So, now, again, I ask you: “And what do you intend to do about it?”
Daniel J. Schultz graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1978 and served as an Army Human Intelligence Officer. He now practices law. He has been a Republican Party precinct committeeman since 2007 and was a co-winner of the Conservative HQ Liberty Prize. State-specific and other information relating to The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy can be found at http://precinctproject.us and http://theprecinctproject.wordpress.com. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.