The Constitution of the United States of America

When I penned the groundbreaking book, Taxation Without Representation in 2008, I had read many of the founding documents of the United States.  One of the first things that I did in preparation for the book was print a copy of the Constitution on 81/2 X 11 paper and take it with me on my first cruise.  I was not sure what I really was going to do but like many Americans I was fed up with politics as usual.  The Constitution is not an onerous document. It is much more readable than the type of gotcha bills coming out of Congress today. 

When I finished the book, I decided, among other founding documents to place the full text of the U.S. Constitution within the book as an appendix.   Without you having to buy any of my books, (I also put it in my Obama's Seven Deadly Sins Book), I have also placed the full text of the U.S. Constitution right here in this article and at the end of this article, there is a URL so that you can go to a government Web site to see any of the founding documents.

Enjoy the written voice of freedom, directly from the books. It is a great read. It is our US Constitution.


This is another of those emails that may or may not be totally true that conjures up a fear in me enough to be willing to leave my wonderful nest in Wilkes-Barre PA and go to Washington to help keep us all free.  Here is the email story that you may very well have seen.  This is an important message.

A chemistry professor in a large college had some exchange students in the class. One day while the class was in the lab, the Professor noticed one young man (exchange student) who kept rubbing his back, and stretching as if his back hurt.

The professor asked the young man what was the matter.

The student told him he had a bullet lodged in his back. He had been shot while fighting Communists in his native country who were trying to overthrow his country's government and install a new communist government..

In the midst of his story he looked at the professor  and asked a strange question. He asked, 'Do you know how to catch wild pigs?'