Mark Levin’s ‘The Liberty Amendments’ Hits #1 on Amazon
Big Government
13 Aug 2013

On the first day of its release, Mark Levin’s The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic reached the #1 spot in sales on–not just for political books, but all books.

Levin appeared on Hannity on the Fox News Channel on Monday evening to discuss the book, and his proposals to restore the Framers’ vision for limited government through an Article V convention that would propose eleven new constitutional amendments to restrain the runaway power of the federal government.

“I’m simply saying, I think it’s time, if Americans want to remain free, to start reacquainting ourselves with the Constitution, and specifically Article V, and specifically the second part of Article V, which is the amendment process. The Framers thought–some of them in particular–that we might reach this point with an oppressive centralized government….And so they left us a legacy,” he told host Sean Hannity.

“An oppressive federal government, an oppressive Congress, is not going to rein itself in…”…


The article continues at Big Government.


Related:  Levin’s recent interview with Sean Hannity is here.


The Great One: Mark Levin on Restoring the Constitutional Republic   

The Great One, Mark Levin, sits with Glenn Reynolds to discuss his new book The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic.  Levin thinks that progressivism has intentionally undermined the U.S. Constitution. Is it time for an Article V convention to propose amendments to the United States Constitution? Hear what the Great One thinks.



Update:  Mark Levin: A Modern-Day Constitutional Prophet

…Levin’s proposal couldn’t be more at odds with that misperception. He is, first and foremost, a constitutionalist. His goal is neither to eradicate nor to substantially change the Framers’ blueprint for government. It’s to restore it with specific, defined amendments intended to re-establish the proper balance between the power of the government and the liberty of its citizens, with due emphasis on the latter.

Levin is not arrogantly presuming to improve on the ineffable work of the Framers in crafting “the most wonderful work ever struck off at a given time by the brain and purpose of man” but humbly calling on his fellow patriots to recognize that we have strayed from the principles they enshrined in the Constitution and join him in his effort to advance the necessary correctives…



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