The 4th of July, and the meaning of our Declaration of Independence

Sometimes I find Dick Morris a bit overbearing, and his predictions have often been less than Nostradamus-esque. But apart from those failings, there is no doubt that this brief dissertation on the Declaration of Independence is solid and worthy of seven minutes of your time.

Our Declaration is the foundation of our country, which is why we recently touched on exactly what its author, Thomas Jefferson, would think of the recent SCOTUS decision.

While we’re on the subject, another source to consider on this most important document would be Mark Levin’s ‘Ameritopia’, which Morris references in this clip. Additionally, picking up a copy of Levin’s 1st bestseller, ‘Men In Black’, which concerns the Supreme Court itself, wouldn’t be a bad idea, either.

Here’s hoping you all enjoy a peaceful and meaningful Independence Day holiday, and that we never lose sight of what our country is SUPPOSED to be. It is only with a concerted effort on the part of the populace that our freedom, so wonderfully articulated in the Declaration, can and will be preserved.

Have a blessed 4th, folks.
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