Good to Be King: The Foundation of Our Constitutional Freedom
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Good to Be King: The Foundation of Our Constitutional Freedom

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This book provides readers with the fundamentals of the Constitution by analyzing the legitimate basis for government, and the circumstances that lead to its ratification. Mr. Badnarik starts with fundamentals, identifying the difference between rights and privileges. He discusses the critical- and needed- distinction between republican and democratic systems of government...more
Published January 1st 2010 by Writers' Collective (first published January 1st 2004)
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John Rivera
A wonderful read. Badnarik does an amazing job breaking down each and every part of our Constitution in layman's terms and extrapolates a bit to offer perspectives that are sorely lacking today in our public schools, media, and even from ourselves.

Anyone who's watched his Constitution Class or listened to his radio shows over the years, there's not exactly anything new here but it's nice reading all his Constitutional arguments all in one place. This has actually come across to me as a great boo...more
well written, well researched, a great help in grasping the history of the founding of the US republic & shows how the US people have been hoodwinked by corrupt powers that be - easy to read & understand - no punches pulled & of interest to freedom lovers whether they are americans or otherwise - many of the principles alluded to can be transferred to other common law jurisdictions
A lot of good information, but from a worldview not a winner. It is probably a good read for those that are not very constitutionally aware and mostly exposed to television for their news and history. For me, it was rather boring and libertarian/secular.
I am using this for my Goverment class. A must read for newbies to the constitution, and great for those who think they know what is wrong in our goverment. Amazing!
This book will open your eyes! It's a simple, yet thorough primer of the US Constitution and shows how the US Government no longer rules by it.
This is an important book that should be read by everyone, especially anyone who wants to understand the libertarian viewpoint.
Dave Maddock
The civics class you should've had in high school. An interesting tractate on the Constitution and individual liberty.
A clear and concise explanation. Caution: Epiphanies forthcoming!
I learned the difference between rights and privileges.
Great book. Excellent overview of the Constitution.
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