It’s not too late to preserve your civil liberties

To the Editor:

Do you feel as though your civil liberties are slipping away? Do you feel like the government is growing out of control and your freedoms are lessoned by the day?

Well, you’re right; they are, but it is not too late. On May 18, at the Berne Town Park from noon to 5 p.m., The New York Revolution will be holding a Constitutional awareness and voter registration forum. All Constitutionally-minded New Yorkers concerned about the direction of our state and country should plan on attending.

The New York Revolution is a peaceful grassroots organization with the purpose of waking up Americans to the reality of our civil liberties. We are committed to informing Americans of the deceit deteriorating our freedoms. With this knowledge, Americans become active patriots in restoring the initial purpose of the Constitution thus ensuring our civil liberties and freedoms.

Albany County Legislator Deb Busch, Lisa Donovan from NY2A, and many other distinguished guest speakers and government officials will talk about current political dealings at the county and state levels, the repeal of the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act, the United States Constitution (specifically Amendments 1, 2, and 4) as well as the need for proper voter registration and the need to get out and vote.

We will show you every vote does matter! Presentations from the NYS III%’s and NY Preppers will also be displayed. Food, music, lawn signs, shirts, etc. will also be available.

If you’d like to attend, please do; if you would like more information or to volunteer please e-mail Sean @ constitutionalpatriot1776@yahoo.com; you can also “like” us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/NYRCAP. The Facebook page can keep you up to date on our efforts as well as the May 18 Constitutional Awareness and Voter Registration Forum.

God bless America.

Sean S. Lyons
New York Revolution Capital District
Albany County Zone Leader
Berne

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