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Cliff's Notes

I, Clifford Clark Nichols, drafted this Declaration of Liberty with the considerable assistance of Thomas Jefferson and his volunteer board of editors with the hope of offering patriots across America a unifying template to express the common frustrations and concerns many of us have been experiencing with the direction this nation has recently taken. 

I am also the author of A Barrister’s Tales, and an attorney licensed in both California and New Mexico.
A former research associate at The Heritage Foundation, I graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA, with a degree in Economics, and received my Juris Doctorate degree, cum laude, at Northwestern Pritzker University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois where I was a member of the Law Review Board of Editors.

In addition, from time-to-time, I am also a political commentator who has been honored to have been published in places like, American ThinkerThe Western Journal and WorldNetDaily. Some of my articles have been cited in both the Drudge Report and Imprimis. Many recent editorials may be read at And, in the meantime, if you are interested, you can follow me on Telegram @cliff_nichols and on Twitter @Cliff1Nichols.
Please direct any comments or questions regarding either The Declaration of Liberty or any of my writings to I may not respond to all, but most certainly try to read all that come in.

That said, let me close by saying how much I appreciate you taking the time to even read The Declaration of Liberty. And a special shout out of thanks to all of you who will make the decision to stand firm, form a unified front, and have the fortitude to hold the line by placing their signature alongside mine on The Declaration of Liberty

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In the words of one reader: 

"A series of short takes, encounters, episodes and an eye-opening to God and His helpers…like angels apparent and those of whom we are unaware....This book made me feel good to be on my treacherous journey, knowing God will help and forgive."

— C. Clowdis

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