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Sunday, June 03, 2012

Review of The Founders' Key by Larry P. Arnn

I received this book free of charge from Thomas Nelson in exchange for a review.

I really enjoy reading different books that explore our country's
past, so it was great to add this book to my collection.

This book is about how the current governemt is moving away from our
founders true intentions. Many of our elected officials have took an
oath to constitution
but continue to violate it. What will become of our country if they
continue to do so. The declaration oand the constitution are also
believed to be compromised. We have lost and understand of rights and
how we can protect them.

The Founders' Key opens up your mind about the declaration and the
constitution. It leaves you wanting otk now how compatible are the
two. The constitution
is used to regulate the government while the declaration is use to
liberate. Our Founders believed that individuals have a right, and its
our government duty to protect it. If you believe the govenment is not
protecting your rights then you can join with others to throw off the
govenment. Throwing off the govenment today would mean electing
someone new like a President. The amount of hyprocrisy the declaration
has was discussed in this book as well.

I would recomment this book to others because we all can learn
something new. We all need to learn more about our country's past and
how it is shaping society today. This book is a great because there
has been so much confusion about the declaration and constitution.
People have to interpret the words of our founders' and figure our
their true intentions for this country.

Our founders's wrote a lof of things they they did not follow. Maybe
this is why some of the things people have taken oath to continue to
not follow. The founders' started off not following the declaration
and constitution so how can you expect the people to do differently.
If our founders' would of practiced what they preached maybe our
country would be in the mess it is in today.

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