"The key elements of the book explain that the founding American concepts are timeless and universal."
Naperville, Illinois (PRWEB) March 31, 2016
With the 2016 Presidential Election season in full swing, Americans are increasingly concerned with debates about their constitutional rights of freedom of speech, religion, assembly and the bearing of arms. When asked about the Constitution or the Bill of Rights, some Americans are unclear the protections these documents are intended to provide. Broader knowledge of the source of their rights will help them to participate in the debates and take a hand the protection of their rights.
Coming off from a successful Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) presented by the American Conservative Union, David Shestokas continues to educate audiences about the U.S. Constitution in a simple, unbiased, easy to understand style with his book Constitutional Sounds Bites. The book explains America's founding documents in a format that is familiar to 21st century readers, and is available on Amazon at: http://amzn.to/1q2EpbW
At CPAC, Shestokas spoke with many attendees, ranging from millennials to teachers to grandparents to those wanting reference material.
“The thousands of millennials in attendance are clearly energized to learn more about their rights and freedoms in this country," Shestokas says. "They are dedicated, future leaders of this country. The fact that, Constitutional Sound Bites, is a hit with them feeds my optimism about the future.”
The book provides readers with the understanding of the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights held by Founders such as George Washington, America’s first president and James Madison, the father of the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. It does so in a presentation that brings the critical principles of the documents into the 21st Century.
“The key elements of the book explain that the founding American concepts are timeless and universal,” he says. “English is my native language, but if I lived in England for 20 years and pledged allegiance to the queen, I would never be British. Someone who understands and subscribes to America’s founding concepts can become an American. America is the only country in the world where you can do that. Constitutional Sound Bites brings home this point. The companion Spanish edition Cápsulas Informativas Constitucionales also makes this information accessible to the 36,000,000 Americans who are more comfortable in Spanish."
About David J. Shestokas:
David J. Shestokas earned his B.A. in Political Science from Bradley University and his Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School, cum laude, where he served on The John Marshall Law Review. He studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. A former Assistant State’s Attorney, he has been admitted to practice law before the Illinois Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the Supreme Court of Florida, and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Mr. Shestokas has hosted his own weekly, broadcast and live-streamed radio program, “Constitutionally Speaking.” Using that as a springboard, he has attracted over 89,000 followers on Twitter. His website Constitutional and Legal Education and News has 35,000 monthly readers. His Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ social media community exceeds 20,000. Mr. Shestokas has brought the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights to life through his published works, “Constitutional Sound Bites” and the Spanish edition, Cápsulas Informativas Constitucionales.