Michael Badnarik Constitution ClassMichael Badnarik
Feb. 07, 2010
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A scholarly look at the constitution and the difference between a right and a privilege. Does the constitution grant you rights? Can you invade another nation to give it sovereignty? Do you need permission from the state to get married? Do you need permission from the state to own a gun? If you want to change the way the government and congress thinks about you, the first step is to change the way you think about yourself. You must think of yourself as sovereign. Learn your rights and how to stand up for yourself in this extremely informative series of talks. - Chris, ILThis is the highly acclaimed 8hr class taught by author and Constitutional scholar, Michael Badnarik. In 8 hours, Michael covers far more than you learned in years of high school or college, in a way you'll never forget.