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Now you can bring our "Making of America: One Day Seminar" into your own home. This package includes our seminar guide (download sample pages here)  that you would receive at one of our live seminars, plus a professional recording (on 2 DVDs) of one of our 8 hour seminars.

Invite your family and friends to join you and discover together the Founders' Freedom Formula.  Additional copies of the seminar guide are available for only $3 each when you order 10 or more.  Click here to order additional copies.

About the Seminar

The Making of America seminar is divided into two parts:

Part 1: The Founders’ Search for an Ideal Society

This is the difficult exploration which Jefferson, Adams, Franklin, Washington and others made in order to discover the ideas and principles that were ultimately responsible for creating the first free nation in modern times.  We trace their journey from 1400 B.C. To A.D. 1787.

This part will cover:Settling the new world (70 min)

    1. The Birth of a Nation (86 min)
    2. Discovering America’s Great Success Formula (62 min)
    3. The Founder’s First Attempt to Find the Balanced Center (13 min)
    4. The Miracle at Philadelphia (50 min)

Part 2: The Founders’ Freedom Formula

A refreshing look at the solid political and economic principles from the preamble through the amendments to the Constitution. You will learn, perhaps for the first time, how nearly every problem in America today can be solved by restoring these successful ideas.

This part will cover:

    1. The Founders’ Formula (24 min)
    2. Article I - The States Delegate Twenty Powers to Congress (60 min)
    3. Article II - The Most Powerful Political Office in the World - The Presidency of the United States (7 min)
    4. Article III - The Federal Judiciary (14 min)
    5. Articles IV-VII - The States and the People (35 min)
    6. Amendments I - X - America’s Famous Bill of Rights (24 min)
    7. The Last Seventeen Amendments (44 min)

Ryan Bundy, a leader of armed standoffs in Oregon and Nevada, has sued the government claiming he has been subjected to excessive body cavity searches while in custody.

In a lawsuit filed in federal district court in Nevada this week, Bundy said he has been forced to undergo more than 100 cavity and strip searches since he was arrested in January near the end of the occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuse“

Plaintiff Bundy has been forced and threatened to bend over and expose his anus by spreading his buttock cheeks wide open while Defendant Doe’s [sic] peer up into Mr. Bundy’s rear body cavity hundreds of times,” Bundy, who is representing himself in the case, wrote. “Defendant Doe” refers to a corrections officer.

Bundy is currently being held at a private detention facility in Pahrump, Nev., that is contracted by the U.S. Marshals Service.

He was acquitted last October on charges stemming from the 41-day Oregon occupation last year (Greenwire, Oct. 28, 2016). He is now awaiting trial for the 2014 armed standoff at his father’s family ranch in Bunkerville, Nev.

In the court filing, Bundy describes himself as “a forty-four year old man living on the land know [sic] as the state of Nevada; happily married with eight healthy children” and says he has been repeatedly forced into solitary confinement.

When he has refused to be strip searched, Bundy “has been forced to endure no working toilet and no toilet paper” in a “disciplinary segregation cell.”

The lawsuit is filed against the government, Corrections Corporation of America — which operates the detention facility in Nevada — and that facility’s warden, Charlotte Collins.

Bundy has made unusual legal moves since the Oregon standoff. During the trial in Portland, he sought to have his court-appointed attorney dismissed from his defense and unsuccessfully attempted to subpoena Oregon’s governor.

In the new lawsuit, Bundy also asserted that his treatment is “in retaliation for Bundy’s protests against the Federal Government which garnered national attention from 2014 to the present.”

He argues that the searches amount to cruel and unusual punishment and violate several constitutional rights. And he claims that the treatment has prevented him from working on his legal defense.

“Over 100 searches within several months is shockingly punitive and arises to the level of undue punishment under the facts of the instant case,” he wrote.

Bundy also commented on the charges he faced in Oregon, as well as the upcoming trial in Nevada.

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