The Amer­i­can battle cry to­day

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I’m ad­dicted to free­dom. My band, my crew, my fam­ily, my hunt­ing bud­dies, all my friends, neigh­bors and fel­low hard­work­ing, hard-play­ing Amer­i­cans solidly in the as­set col­umn will sim­ply have it no other way. There is an Amer­i­can way, and we live it.

Ev­ery­one with a work­ing brain and a soul knows that this sa­cred, un­prece­dented Amer­i­can ex­per­i­ment in self-gov­ern­ment de­mands con­stant, war­rior­like vig­i­lance against the evil that lives to de­stroy it.

Be­ing sur­rounded by such evil in our own gov­ern­ment is both a heart­break­ing threat and a vile curse but to be ex­pected with the em­bar­rass­ment of ap­a­thy run­ning amok.

The coura­geous army of de­fi­ant free­dom fight­ers at Con­cord Bridge who gave all to crush the evil king and all his soul­less sheep shed blood for free­dom, and now more than ever, such war­rior spirit is nec­es­sary to hold back this never-end­ing tide of evil from en­slav­ing free men again.

Frank Miniter, ex­ec­u­tive field edi­tor of the Na­tional Ri­fle As­so­ci­a­tion’s Amer­i­can Hunter and Amer­i­can Ri­fle­man, nai

For it is writ­ten in this sa­cred doc­u­ment the ir­refutable logic of self-ev­i­dent truth that guided our Found­ing Fathers to defy the pu­trid con­cept of sta­tus-quo mur­der­ous kings, em­per­ors, dic­ta­tors, despots and slave driv­ers of ev­ery stripe through­out his­tory.

This free­dom vig­i­lance con­tin­ues to­day against these evil forces that per­sist, both from afar and within the borders of the United States.

All free­dom-lov­ing Amer­i­cans and, most im­por­tantly, all young Amer­i­cans should read this book, give it to ev­ery­one they know, mem­o­rize it and shout it from the rooftops so as to stave off the em­bar­rass­ing de­cay of the Amer­i­can way at the hands of free­dom haters among us.

From the blood­suck­ing unions to the gang­banger punks of the United Na­tions, the Amer­i­can Civil Lib­er­ties Union, the de­monic voodoo Mus­lim ter­ror­ists, the Mao Ze­dong fan club in the White House, the Che Gue­vara-lov­ing left­ist me­dia and straight into the not-so-hal­lowed cham­bers of a court sys­tem gone mad, it chal­lenges the imag­i­na­tion to try to fathom how sui­ci­dal and down­right stupid our fel­low men can be.

Sadly, they are in­deed that stupid and would gladly toss out in­di­vid­ual lib­erty for a his­tor­i­cally proven false sense of se­cu­rity, end­ing up with nei­ther.

“Sav­ing the Bill of Rights” is not just the ti­tle of a great book. It should be the battle cry of Amer­ica.

Ted Nu­gent is an Amer­i­can rock ’n’ roll, sport­ing and po­lit­i­cal ac­tivist icon. He is the au­thor of “Ted, White and Blue: The Nu­gent Man­i­festo” and “God, Guns & Rock ’N’ Roll” (Reg­n­ery Pub­lish­ing).

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