Genesis of American Liberty

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EmpowerU Studio at Frame USA
225 Northland Blvd
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
Saturday, October 28, 2023

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Learn More About Our Nation’s History of Liberty and the Important Bill of Rights!

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Before the passage of the Lee Resolution, on July 2, 1776, the basis for the “Declaration of Independence”, the people of the American colonies considered themselves British subjects.   They were aware of the progression of liberty throughout English history.  This discussion will trade the history back to kings of the 8th century and progress through the five major documents from the 12th through the 17th century.   It is a summary, of among other references “Not a Living Breathing Document:  Reclaiming Our Constitution” by Krisanne Hall.

Covered will be documents addressing the following liberties contained in the Declaration and the Constituion:

–True meaning of the separation of church and state

–Limitations to the king’s ability to tax

–Establishment of taxation only through a “representative council.”

–Rights to “due process” and “speedy trial”

–Martial law cannot be imposed in times of peace

–Troops cannot be quartered without consent of residents.

–Prevention of infiltration of foreign laws.

–Right of citizens to possess “arms. …

Liberty is what our nation was founded on. It’s what people died for. What makes the United States different than other countries? John Hindery will discuss 5 major English documents and principles that impacted our Founders and found their way into the US Constitution and Bill of Rights. Where have we gone since our country was established?


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Speaker Bio:

John Hindery- After being discharged from active duty in the US Marine Corps John worked his way through college as a machinist and toolmaker graduating Suma cum Laude from Xavier university.

John taught the history of the Western Hemisphere and, especially the founding of these United States including foundations and ratification of the US Constitution to over 4,000 individuals since 2010.