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Transfer of Wealth: The Case for Nationwide Concealed Carry

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2008

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    I appreciate how John hits the Real ID act right between the eyes and calls it what it really is: a national ID card. He brings to our attention how Real ID will not get to the root cause of terrorism and is only a waste of our nation's time and energy. I like how John brings out that terrorism is not properly fought when innocent citizens become the targets of endless searches and probes, all the while the enemy is plotting it's next move. Way to go John!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2006

    This Book Could Re-Vitalize America

    I just received Transfer of Wealth. I believe the message of Hurricane Katrina and the devastation that occurred in New Orleans was a wake-up call. Americans must realize that our protection depends on the individual being prepared. The framers of the Constitution required and expected each American Citizen to protect themselves, their family, and their nation. Now we are asked to turn these duties over to our government without questioning. We are left with a sense of powerlessness and futility. John Longenecker has experienced first hand what happens when we give up and rely totally on our government. We all experience a Transfer of Wealth. This transfer is much more than monitary. It's a transfer of courage, a transfer of spirit, a transfer of the very attitudes that created our great nation. This transfer didn't come about from terrorists, but from our own unwillingness to fight for the freedoms and liberty embodied in our Constitution. We don't take an oath to uphold our government, they change, but to uphold and defend our Constitution. Mr. Longenecker in this incredible book Transfer of Wealth shows us where we are today, but more important gives all Americans a roadmap to 'the Nation's way back home'. If the individualism and safety of America is worth fighting for, then the battle must be fought here at home while we can still find our way. Transfer of Wealth is a Must read for anyone who wonders where we as a nation is today and how we can get back on course. You owe it to yourself and your country.

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