Tom Solari, screenwriter of the award-winning In Search of Liberty Constitution movie, penned this essay to assist people as they navigate through these seemingly uncertain times with more understanding and clarity. As Solari wrote, "We have generations of people who don't understand the exceptional greatness of this country."
Common Sense 2020, offered below as a free PDF eBook download, will shed light on, and open some eyes to, what this country means to countless millions who desire their unalienable rights, including Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
Scott D. Welch is a marketer, web designer and educator, as well as a published author and photographer, who is a devout Patriot with numerous ties to the American Revolution. He has no less than eight direct descendants (4th, 5th & 6th great-grandfathers) who fought as Colonists against the British during the War for Independence, and he is a first cousin to Patrick Henry and second cousin to Dolley Madison. In 2016, Scott became involved with the post-production of the award-winning In Search of Liberty Constitution movie as an Associate Producer and, subsequently, has been involved with marketing the film.
Bob Hilliard is a restauranteur and devout Patriot. Watching discontent in America he realized that many citizens do not know their rights and wrote The Handbook for We the People and then started Constitution Boot Camps. The book is intended to aid students 17 years of age and older in learning what is actually written in the Constitution in hopes of filling our country with students, teachers, candidates, legislators, and voters who are Constitutionally literate and who understand the concept of enumerated powers.
As Thomas Jefferson, principal author of our Declaration of Independence and third president proclaimed, “Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of the day.”
And, as a reminder, James Madison, Father of our Constitution and fourth president, stated, "The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government, are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite."