Correcting the Constitution: An Inspection of U.S. Government with Liberty and Justice for All documents how, from the Declaration of Independence through the development of the U.S. Constitution, application of the law reveals government to be illegal in its prosecution of so-called victimless crimes. The death penalty is also proven unconstitutional. An inspection of federal and state governments details violations and required corrections, and the making of citizens arrests in anticipation of the governments continued illegality is discussed. Considering the severity of events, the supreme law is reconstructed, and things only become clearer: our government workers are breaking the law. In Correcting the Constitution: An Inspection of U.S. Government with Liberty and Justice for All, with the discovery of the Supreme Code of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the fundamentals are finally established for the New World Order. And theres some fun to be had along the way, too. (2003, paperback, 100 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.