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Bob Schultz, <i>We The People</i> Speaks in Phoenix, March 16

Written by Subject: Constitution
Bob Schultz
We The People


When:  Sunday, March 16, 2008 from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.

Where:  Burton Barr Central Library
1221 N. Central Ave. (map)
Phoenix, AZ

Downstairs in the Pulliam Auditorium.
 
Contact:  (602)  262-4636   
Click here for an event flyer (.pdf).



 
These are not political issues.
These are Constitutional crimes against The People!
 
 
Featured Speaker: Bob Schulz, Chairman, We The People Congress
 
 
The Constitution cannot defend itself: The People must do it!
 
Thankfully, the Constitution includes a powerful, but little
known clause to directly hold the government accountable.
 
This 'Capstone Right' - the protector of all other rights
is the right the Government hopes you’ll never
learn about, much less exercise.
 
Come learn about the profound legal tool provided by Our Founders that can restore Constitutional order without electing a single politician or firing a single musket.  Learn the historical context and original intent of the little known Right to Petition for Redress of Grievances that can quickly force our government to fix virtually every
violation against the Constitution.
 
It’s time to stand in defense of the Constitution and learn what the last ten words of the First Amendment really mean.  The Right to Petition is not about free speech.  It’s not about protesting everyday 'political' questions. It’s the most powerful weapon in law The People possess to enforce our Constitution and secure our unalienable Rights.  It’s time to organize to exercise this right!


 
Let’s join together to reclaim our rights & liberties!
 
The Revolution continues...
 

Sunday, March 16, 2008
Phoenix Library
1221 N. Central Ave. 
1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Phoenix, AZ
 
 

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