The Naked Constitution – On Sale Today!

My new book hits the shelves today!   The Naked Constitution: What the Founders Said and Why it Still Matters is a no-holds-barred defense of originalism.  Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-MillionIndie-Bound, or wherever fine books are sold!

From the publisher….

  • The individual liberties granted to us in the Constitution and guaranteed by our Founding Fathers are under siege. The mainstream interpretation of the Constitution as a “living document” has been used by the courts since the early twentieth century to centralize power in Washington and to threaten our individual freedoms. In THE NAKED CONSTITUTION: What the Founders Said and Why It Still Matters, Adam Freedman explores the original meaning of the Constitution and demonstrations how it has been abandoned in recent years, contributing to a vast expansion of government power.

3 responses

  1. Adam: I will buy a few copies so my family can begin the long process of forcing our useless politicians to get back to the limits established by our Founding Fathers when the wrote the Constitution Article I, Section 8 and Clauses 1-18 which limited our national governments involvement in our lives and their spending of our tax dollars.
    I hope this book lists the unconstitutional agencies, departments and programs so we can develop and action plan and milestone chart to get us back in line with the Constitution.

  2. Your brother Mark recommended your new book. I am a ” religious” conservative of the “Reformed” persuasion and not that much into politics but I look forward to reading it!

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