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DISCLOSURE: The drafter of The Declaration of Liberty openly discloses—only to those readers for whom it may not be already glaringly obvious—that many of the passages have been taken—some, word-for-word—directly from the Declaration of Independence. Thus, full credit due its author, Thomas Jefferson, and those esteemed editors who assisted him, is hereby extended for their most uniquely brilliant and eloquent work.

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The sole overarching purpose of The Declaration of Liberty is to encourage and unify those patriotic American citizens across the land who share in the hope of peacefully and lawfully resisting the establishment or continuation of any form of government in America that is either unwilling or opposed to defending, upholding and abiding by the Constitution of the United States of America, as amended, and the Rule of Law upon which our great nation was founded.

Now, won't you please carefully consider signing The Declaration of Liberty and perhaps passing it on to others?