PRESS RELEASE: “The Founders’ Revolution” Nominated for Global Award

Kuna Resident, Michael S. Law’s Book, “The Founders’ Revolution: The Forgotten History and Principles of the Declaration of Independence“, Nominated for Global Award

Law up against hundreds of authors worldwide for prestigious 2018 Author Academy Award

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Michael S. Law, Author
pronralaw@gmail.com
208-761-7290

Kuna, ID July 23, 2018— The Founders’ Revolution, written by Kuna resident, Michael …

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Gun control sounded the end for England

Gun control sounded the end for England

April 19, 1775, a date that sounded the end of control of the American colonies for England should be well remembered by all patriots. King George III had “a long train of abuses” against the American colonies, document very well by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence, which he drafted about one year and two months after this fateful …

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Press Release: A Fresh Look at a Historical Document

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Nickcole Watkins
Morgan James Publishing
516.900.5674
Nickcole@morganjamespublishing.com

NEW YORK—March 23, 2018—Morgan James’s new release, The Founders’ Revolution: The Forgotten History and Principles of the Declaration of Independence by Michael S. Law, brings new life to one of the most important facets of our nation’s history. Law highlights the invaluable truths and principles found in the Declaration, and demonstrates …

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Of Individual Rights and the Powers of Government

When it comes to our families, to our children, we parents will do nearly anything for them. Fathers’ inherent desires are to protect and to provide for their families. Mothers are natural nurturers and, along with fathers, they will protect their families. It was this way in the beginning and will continue to be so.

When multiple families form and …

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The Proper Role of Government

In the incredible writings of Thomas Jefferson, particularly his most well-known work, the Declaration of Independence, we find the purpose of government. Jefferson wrote that the unalienable rights of all men, who are created equal and “endowed by their Creator” are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, or property. Furthermore, he wrote “Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their …

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A Founders’ Christmas

A Founders' Christmas

The first Christmas began in a small town near Jerusalem in a town called Bethlehem, the city of David. Bethlehem means “House of Bread,” the perfect symbolic birthplace of the “Bread of Life.” No individual has had such a profound and eternal influence on human beings since the world that He created began. The life and teachings of Jesus Christ …

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