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Patriot Acts: What Americans Must Do to Save the Republic

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2011

    Must read for American Patriots.

    Crier provides a lot of historical context to the current polical/economic situation. It's non-partisan, so if you're looking for something to support an ideology, you're out of luck. If you want something that has (referenced) facts and logical analysis, this is it.

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  • Posted February 1, 2012

    A critically important book for the future of the ┬┐republic┬┐

    There’s no doubt that as 2012 dawns the United States faces numerous challenges that truly threaten its very existence as the “republic” so innovatively established by the country’s founders. The current so-called public servants in the Congress on both sides of the aisle fervently believe in the rightness of their positions, with many often making claims that their thinking most closely aligns with the true “intent of the founders.” Unlike the politicians who make these claims without a detailed understanding of what the founders were actually all about, Catherine Crier has invested the time to complete the in-depth research necessary to fully comprehend them and their intentions. In “Patriot Acts,” Ms. Crier describes in great detail how the current state of the country is essentially incongruent with what the founders envisioned for the future of these United States. Make no mistake, however, this is NOT an anti-left or an anti-right tirade, this is a brilliantly written analysis by a true patriot who clearly loves the United States, and passionately wants it to survive (and thrive) as the republic it was founded to be. This book is a must-read for any U.S. citizen who truly cares about the future of this country. Bless your heart for writing it Ms. Crier.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2012

    Great read!!

    If this is the only book you read this year it would be my choice!!!

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