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The Rule of Law--Installment 2 of 12

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Reportedly Ben Franklin was asked after the Constitutional Convention of 1787: "Well, Doctor, What have we got--a Republic or a Monarchy?" Franklin was to have replied: "A Republic, if you can keep it." It is in this spirit that Pat and Kate Scopelliti, authors of America First - The MAGA Manifesto: A Handbook for the 2018 Midterms and Beyond, put forth their message in this second of twelve installments. They make the case that keeping our Republic means maintaining equal justice under the law. They also argue that voting "MAGA" in November will help maintain the equality of all people under US law. 

More information about Pat and Kate Scopelliti’s book, America First - The MAGA Manifesto: A Handbook for the 2018 Midterms and Beyond is available here. The Foreword was written by LTG (Retired) Michael T. Flynn.

Enjoy--and be swayed--by their second installment! 

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 Rule of Law

 

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America no longer provides her citizens with universal, equal justice under the Rule of Law. Period. There's simply no way to couch that statement, no way to make it more palatable or argue that it’s untrue. The very idea that gave birth to our nation is today, and every day, being trampled to dust, readily swept up, and dumped into the dustbin of our history.

#WalkAway Patriots! The MAGA Movement Wants YOU!

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#WalkAway Patriots!

The MAGA Movement Wants YOU!

Screen Shot 2018 08 25 at 4.06.54 PMBelow is an invitation from Pat and Kate Scopolitti, authors of The MAGA Manifesto, to join the MAGA Movement. Their invitation is extended to all but especially to #WalkAway Patriots.

This installment represents the introduction to the first in a series of twelve, to be published weekly on the Corsi Nation website, leading up to the midterm elections. The installments will provide reasons for joining the MAGA Movement and strategies for how citizens can hang onto freedoms guaranteed by the US Constitution for present and future generations.

More information about Pat and Kate Scopolitti’s book, America First - The MAGA Manifesto: A Handbook for the 2018 Midterms and Beyond is available here. The Foreword was written by LTG (Retired) Michael T. Flynn.

Remember the Forgotten Americans--Installment 1 of 12

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Remember the Forgotten Americans

This week begins the unfolding of a series of essays written by Pat and Kate Scopelliti, authors of America First—The MAGA Manifesto: A Handbook for the 2018 Midterms and Beyond. The first article asks all readers, particularly #WalkAway members, to “Remember the Forgotten Americans” as they think about who they will vote for in November. As LTG (RET) Michael Flynn writes in the Foreword of the Scopelliti’s book: “Here’s to a #MAGAVictory2018 and May God bless America.” And here’s to the Scopelliti’s words speaking to your heart and mind and soul right up to the voting booth!

Installment #1--

Are you familiar with the English nursery rhyme "Rub-a-Dub-Dub" which describes "the butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker" adrift at sea?

Rub-a-dub-dub,

Three men in a tub,

And who do you think they be?

The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker,

And all of them out to sea.

In the late 18th century, when this rhyme was first published, these men represented the working class. Their days consisted of long hours of intense labor for subsistence remuneration. Society benefitted significantly from their efforts and, in fact, would have been hard pressed without them. While there are many interpretations of this rhyme, the version that illuminates it best describes these workers as struggling tradesmen out to sea in a wooden washtub. And at that, without a paddle to make their journey easier or their return to shore a certainty! 

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