Austin, TX (PRWEB) July 11, 2012
In light of the recent Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare, Absolute Rights has released a new video highlighting just how much (or how little) people know about the highest court system in our country.
Absolute Rights Managing Editor Tim Young spoke with people in the South Congress area of Austin, Texas and asked them questions regarding the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision. Surprisingly, most of the folks interviewed had no idea of the ruling, or anything else for that matter.
“Despite the humor in most of these responses,” Young said, “it really does tell the tale of a certain level of cluelessness when it comes to major political issues. The more we hit the streets and talk with regular people, the more amazed we are at how little people comprehend about their own government.”
The team at Absolute Rights works tirelessly to provide the information and insight needed for Americans to protect their civil rights and freedoms, and wants to remedy the lack of knowledge that pours through our society. Audiences that absorb Absolute Rights’ content will stay continually updated and informed by their broad panel of experts on subject matter ranging from legal challenges to survival techniques, from macro-economics to the best way to buy and sell gold, and everything in between.
Tim Young, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, joined Absolute Rights in the spring of 2012 and brought his brutally honest opinions with him. He has been consulted as an expert on campaign, social security, health care and labor policies. A professional stand-up comic, Young combines his political and comedic background to add a captivating voice to Absolute Rights’ mission of rights protection.
Absolute Rights informs patriotic Americans on their given rights, plus helps protect those rights from government or disaster intrusion. Most importantly, it prides itself on alerting people when their rights are being threatened, creating an active and informed community. For more information, be sure to visit AbsoluteRights.com.