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Respecting our rights; no need for reform

Letter to the Editor

The Statue of Liberty is now the symbol of sanctuary and handouts.

Liberty, freedom and inalienable rights do not exist as vocabulary for many of our residents, legal and illegal. When they do not understand these principles, it does not exist within their consciousness, much less their culture. Media ignores this.

Our youth and mindless supporters drive emotions to provoke disorder and violence, an outcome of false ideologies.

Anarchy is intolerable. Education and its decline account for this.

Human rights movements cannot transcend the rights of a sovereign people as defined by the charter of the U.S. Constitution. Those who do not identify with these principles within our state fail to support our rights.

The U.S. is the only country to have given such freedoms to its citizens in its documents, which our reformers wish to deconstruct/de-constitutionalize. They wish to change these inviolable tenets that we formed in our Federalist agreements: That there are borders and boundaries, and those given by God.

The U.S. Constitution is a dynamic living document, not a statist piece of paper in need of reform.

Alfred Holden

White Bird


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