Truth and the U.S. Constitution: Part I by John M. Beaman

What is truth? Why is it important? How does it affect you? Truth is important because it affects your rights – the right to free speech, the right to life, the right to bear arms, the right to worship, and all of your other rights. Truth and the U.S. Constitution: Part I evaluates, in a…

What is truth? Why is it important? How does it affect you? Truth is important because it affects your rights – the right to free speech, the right to life, the right to bear arms, the right to worship, and all of your other rights. Truth and the U.S. Constitution: Part I evaluates, in a very concise manner, what constitutes truth, why it is important, and how it affects you through the law governing all Americans: The U.S. Constitution. This eBook sets the foundation for a fascinating three-part series, a series for all Americans.
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About the Author

John Beaman enjoys writing blogs and eBooks pertaining to American government as he cares deeply about freedom. In addition, he is the founder of a small business, Texan Resolutions, LLC, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Economics and a minor in Public Administration while graduating summa cum laude. Moreover, he is currently studying for his Master of Business Administration in Leadership at Liberty University.
Beaman has unique experience as he played an integral role in starting, building, and selling a small business in 2014-2015. Additionally, he previously served his local community regarding a local project and currently serves on a locally appointed board.
Beaman hopes to provide individuals an intelligent, truthful, and logical analysis of American government by evaluating each level of government objectively, specifically by evaluating the roles and functions of each level of government. Beaman hopes that in doing so he will be able to help individuals understand why they hold their respective opinions regarding specific political issues while also encouraging Americans to take part in the government/political environment.

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