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Safer Streets Newsletter shows the path back to smaller government.

Author and columnist John Longenecker believes that the fastest way back to safer streets and smaller government is an adherence to an aggregate of values. These values operate as working safeguards of our sovereign authority.

Dec. 26, 2010 - PRLog -- Author and columnist John Longenecker (Examiner and elsewhere) furnishes a liberty commentary in his Safer Streets Newsletter, and is joined by nationally known freedom and sovereignty thought leaders he has selected for their content.

Longenecker doesn't rely on fair use to showcase freedom content of some of America's best, but has arranged prior permission, and chooses a lineup in response to current affairs and general liberty interest.

"You never know who may be hearing the liberty message for the very first time," Longenecker points out, adding that liberty in America is a concept some here have never known. This is not due to neglect, he says, but to political practices which compete with the sovereign for authority.

The Safer Streets Newsletter and Commentary is free to opt-in, and sees a variety of values as absolutely vital to the national interest, from Internet freedom to marriage and family to health care to private enterprise and business independence to second amendment to tenth amendment and much more.

Interested readers can register here:  visit http://visitor.constantcontact.com/manage/optin/ea?v=0019...

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