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Know Your Rights – Part 10

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The Tenth Amendment is one I cite like NRA members cite the Second. I often refer to it because I think it validates my call for the abolition of the Department of Education (among many, many others.) I’m very passionate about K-12 education and I do not like that the federal government has their hands in it. The Tenth Amendment declares; “the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.”

Education falls into the purview of the powers not delegated by the Constitution, and therefore disqualifies the federal government from having any right to regulate, constrict or control it. You can read more about how the government is actively and continuously ignoring this amendment in regard to education in a blog I wrote a couple years ago, titled “A Federalist View on Education.”

The Tenth Amendment is so important because it keeps the idea of Federalism, and a small central government alive and well. It empowers the states and the people, keeps the federal government in check, and gives us freedom. The Founding Fathers were very insistent about the creation of the Ninth and Tenth Amendments because they wanted to ensure that the government knew that the powers not designated in the document were to be promised to the people. Learn more about the Founding Fathers in My Dinner with the Founding Fathers.

 

Be sure to read the rest of the Know Your Rights series,  and once you know them, never forget them. It is up to each of us to defend our rights, and the rights of our neighbors. Stand up against tyranny in all forms. To help arm yourself with the freedoms of the Constitution, get your free pocket Constitution from Hillsdale College; and if your travelling this Summer, order yourself a metal Bill of Rights card to stick it to the TSA.

 

Sic Semper Tyrannus!

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My Dinner with The Founding Fathers

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What Would You Say if You Came Face to Face with George Washington?

 

A.L. Talarowski brings you face to face with George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and others in her new book, My Dinner with The Founding Fathers. Using actual quotes from the American Founders, she holds the conversations you’ve always wanted to have. Step into her imagination and learn about history like never before.

Text books are boring, and movies are inaccurate; so how can we make history come alive? What if we asked the men who lived it? Would you be nervous hosting a dinner party for the men who built America?

 

“The table was set, the food was cooked, and my heart was pounding. What was I going to say? What should I ask him? What if he didn’t like turducken?  My frantic worrying would have to wait – he had arrived.  I quickly looked in the mirror, fixed my hair, took a deep breath, and opened the door.”

 – My Dinner with The Founding Fathers, A.L. Talarowski

 

A.L. Talarowski has a passion for American history and wants to help bring it alive for you. She knows that humor is the best vehicle for driving home an important lesson and hopes her book will bring you lots of laughs and wisdom.

 

 

My book had a limited release on President’s Day at www.lulu.com/spotlight/ALTalarowski and is now available in eBook and Paperback formats on amazon.com, kindle, iBooks, Kobo.com, and Barnesandnoble.com.

 

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What Would You Say if You Came Face to Face with George Washington?

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Check out the book that started right here on A World Under Fire! A World Under Fire blogger, A.L. Talarowski is releasing her book, My Dinner with The Founding Fathers. Find out more information below and show your support.

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What Would You Say if You Came Face to Face with George Washington?

 

A.L. Talarowski brings you face to face with George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and others in her new book, My Dinner with The Founding Fathers. Using actual quotes from the American Founders, she holds the conversations you’ve always wanted to have. Step into her imagination and learn about history like never before.

Text books are boring, and movies are inaccurate; so how can we make history come alive? What if we asked the men who lived it? Would you be nervous hosting a dinner party for the men who built America?

 

“The table was set, the food was cooked, and my heart was pounding. What was I going to say? What should I ask him? What if he didn’t like turducken?  My frantic worrying would have to wait – he had arrived.  I quickly looked in the mirror, fixed my hair, took a deep breath, and opened the door.”

 – My Dinner with The Founding Fathers, A.L. Talarowski

 

A.L. Talarowski has a passion for American history and wants to help bring it alive for you. She knows that humor is the best vehicle for driving home an important lesson and hopes her book will bring you lots of laughs and wisdom.

 

You can buy the e-book at lulu.com and kobo.com, as well as on nook, iBooks, and Amazon Kindle starting President’s Day, February 19th, 2018.

 

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