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NUGENT: The American battle cry today
SAVING THE BILL OF RIGHTS: EXPOSING THE LEFT’S CAMPAIGN TO DESTROY AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM
Regnery, $32.50, 344 pages
Reviewed by Ted Nugent
I’m addicted to freedom. My band, my crew, my family, my hunting buddies, all my friends, neighbors and fellow hardworking, hard-playing Americans solidly in the asset column will simply have it no other way. There is an American way, and we live it.
Everyone with a working brain and a soul knows that this sacred, unprecedented American experiment in self-government demands constant, warriorlike vigilance against the evil that lives to destroy it. Being surrounded by such evil in our own government is both a heartbreaking threat and a vile curse but to be expected with the embarrassment of apathy running amok.
The courageous army of defiant freedom fighters at Concord Bridge who gave all to crush the evil king and all his soulless sheep shed blood for freedom, and now more than ever, such warrior spirit is necessary to hold back this never-ending tide of evil from enslaving free men again.
Frank Miniter, executive field editor of the National Rifle Association’s American Hunter and American Rifleman, nails it in his must-read book “Saving the Bill of Rights: Exposing the Left’s Campaign to Destroy American Exceptionalism.” For it is written in this sacred document the irrefutable logic of self-evident truth that guided our Founding Fathers to defy the putrid concept of status-quo murderous kings, emperors, dictators, despots and slave drivers of every stripe throughout history. This freedom vigilance continues today against these evil forces that persist, both from afar and within the borders of the United States.
All freedom-loving Americans and, most importantly, all young Americans should read this book, give it to everyone they know, memorize it and shout it from the rooftops so as to stave off the embarrassing decay of the American way at the hands of freedom haters among us.
From the bloodsucking unions to the gangbanger punks of the United Nations, the American Civil Liberties Union, the demonic voodoo Muslim terrorists, the Mao Zedong fan club in the White House, the Che Guevara-loving leftist media and straight into the not-so-hallowed chambers of a court system gone mad, it challenges the imagination to try to fathom how suicidal and downright stupid our fellow men can be.
Sadly, they are indeed that stupid and would gladly toss out individual liberty for a historically proven false sense of security, ending up with neither.
“Saving the Bill of Rights” is not just the title of a great book. It should be the battle cry of America.
About the Author
Ted Nugent is an American rock ‘n’ roll, sporting and political activist icon. He is the author of “Ted, White, and Blue: The Nugent Manifesto” and “God, Guns & Rock ‘N’ Roll” (Regnery Publishing).
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