Mike Foster



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Average rating: 3.88 · 146 ratings · 21 reviews · 43 distinct works
The Right To Bear Arms: Aft...

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Strange Genius: The Life of...

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The Spiritual Song

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Wonder Life

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“What the politicians all feared the most. The people, the descendants of those who built this country and made it great, would one day awaken and say “No more. That’s it.” They will rise up and take back their country and throw all of them out and start over and try not to make the same mistakes again. Just the Constitution and a new beginning.”
Mike Foster, The Right To Bear Arms: After the Riots Begin

“We the people are the United States of America. Not the military, not Washington, DC, not the president, not the Congress. They all work for the people and by the grace of God. It is only by their will that the federal government exist at all, not the other way around.”
Mike Foster, The Right To Bear Arms: After the Riots Begin

“People were sitting together, talking and telling stories face-to-face again, instead of staring at a cell phone screens while texting or chatting with someone else hundreds of miles away while ignoring the ones they were with.”
Mike Foster, The Right To Bear Arms: After the Riots Begin



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