Most Recent Newsletter from Absolute Rights Published and Sent to Readers

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Absolute Rights and senior contributor Eric Pickhartz have published their latest Digital Newsletter.

Absolute Rights has issued their most recent Newsletter and sent it to global readers.

Absolute Rights has issued their most recent Newsletter and sent it to global readers with articles on the hottest topics surging through the American media. Compiled by senior contributor Eric Pickhartz, the Newsletter represents the latest engaging content produced by Absolute Rights.

In the main article, contributor Ed Farnan tries to slow down Washington in their efforts to pass legislation that even the most efficient reader couldn’t complete in the amount of time they are being given to comprehend it. Originally published on, the piece shares Farnan’s thoughts on these unwieldy bills.

“The new immigration bill is reportedly 1,500 pages long, and it too has been negotiated in secret behind closed doors, by the gang of eight bipartisan Senators,” wrote Farnan. “How much devil is hidden in these details? No one in the media has seen it to report on the good, bad or ugly that lies within.”

“The American people don’t want any more surprises sprung on them hidden within benign sounding legislation,” Farnan concluded.

The following Newsletter article was written by Pickhartz and explains the developments out of West, Texas, where a fertilizer plant explosion wreaked havoc on the small town.

“More than ever, the country needs to band together and support one another with the sincerity and passion that’s deserved. Relief efforts will stretch for months, and days like these are opportunities to donate money, blood, and volunteer time, even if it doesn’t directly impact the affected areas,” Pickhartz said in the article.

The next article in the Newsletter comes from ‘Above Average’ Joe, editor at His piece on an active duty Army sergeant’s altercation with Temple, Texas police stirred debate about gun rights in America.

“Yesterday morning I woke up to a text from my best friend with this video attached and while it is not my video I felt that you should be made aware of it,” Joe wrote in the article. “Texas police arrested an active-duty Army sergeant for “rudely displaying” a hunting rifle. The sergeant, C.J. Grisham, established an online legal defense fund after he was, in his words, “illegally arrested and disarmed” for carrying the firearm.”

The article includes the video posted by Grisham and an excerpt from the video’s description written by the Army officer.

The final article was contributed by Farnan and tries to depict the need for secure borders as a result of the recent Boston bombings.

“No matter who or what is behind the terror bombing in Boston, it should put the spotlight on how terribly porous our borders are,” Farnan wrote. “This administration keeps patting itself on the back and saying our borders are more secure now than ever. But the truth is, the job they are doing is totally unacceptable.”

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