Individually we are weak, but collectively we can move mountains. Every member of the Constitution Club has a FREE website. You simply type in http://constitutionclub.ning.com/profile/Your Name and you will be able to share your opinions, articles, videos or virtually anything else to promote the cause of freedom.
You can create your own network of friends by simply inviting other members of the Constitution Club to become your friend. You can join your county group to network with people in your community that share your passion for liberty.
You can also communicate with the over 4,000 current members of the Constitution Club by using tools on your personal website. All of these services are provided FREE of charge to our members. I strongly encourage you to take advantage of the tools and call me if you need help in your efforts to promote the restoration of our Constitutional Republic. My number is 961-260-7711
'You can also use this website to promote the patriotic organizations such as Oath Keepers, Tea Party Patriots, America Again, Tenth Amendment Center, or any other liberty minded group.
Portions of the Declaration of Independence were borrowed from the earlier writings of John Locke/ It was Locke that introduced Natural Law and embraced the notion that all men were born with three basic rights which included life, liberty and property. In Jefferson's draft that is exactly what he wrote, but the Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman and Robert Livingston persuaded him to replace the word property with the phrase pursuit of happiness.