The Special Report features the raw information needed to fully understand the Bill of Rights, and apply it to everyday life.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 09, 2013
Constitution education is lacking in modern America, and a recent Absolute Rights article said it’s a shame how little people know about the amendments and the Bill of Rights. Tim Young, Managing Editor at Absolute Rights, has published Absolute Rights’ newest informational Special Report: The Secrets of the Bill of Rights. He is putting his lengthy experience as a government policy writer and Supreme Court reporter to good use with quality information in an easy-to-read format.
The Absolute Rights article said even if they were forced to remember things for school, odds are most Americans have forgotten the details of the Bill of Rights. Without the background knowledge and a basic understanding, the article wondered how anyone could defend their rights. Whether it’s a friendly debate or a serious governmental threat to freedom, having an expert perspective will give anyone an edge.
The article said that when most people decide to educate themselves, they turn to the wrong sources of information. The media is biased, political parties tell lies, and government authorities say the things that will get them elected, not what’s really on their mind, said the article. Tim Young is helping put the Bill of Rights into perspective, and addressing the basic applications of the Constitutional Amendments to modern day life.
The laws of a dynamic and evolving country like America will continue to creep closer towards rights violations and freedom regulations if people don’t wise up, said the article. The Secrets of the Bill of Rights will show people how they can protect their own lives and those of their families from intrusion and violation.
The Special Report features the raw information needed to fully understand the Bill of Rights, and apply it to everyday life. In this one, easy-to-digest report, readers will learn what it really means to be free in this country.
Truly defending one’s freedom requires a complete knowledge of individual, inalienable rights, according to the article. The points of law outlined in The Secrets of the Bill of Rights are delivered in a non-bias, impartial digital document, written to be read and understood by everyday Americans. The article said there are no twisted words, innuendos, or insinuations in the report; it includes only explanation and clarification of the historical document, and modern examples of how it applies today.
The Secrets of the Bill of Rights is the most extensive freedom-fighting report published by Absolute Rights, said the article. The company wants to make it available to anyone concerned about their privacy and protection. To learn more about the Constitution and the historic Amendments that have shaped the American legal system, the article suggested consulting the Special Report from Tim Young and Absolute Rights.