“LIBERTY MUST AT ALL HAZARDS BE SECURED”
by Sharon Rondeau
The document, Hall said, signified more of a “restoration” then a “revolution” between the “British subjects of America” and their government in England of the rights they should have enjoyed.
Hall said that the British goverment’s refusal to guarantee the colonists their “inherent rights” and “direct representation” in Parliament, among other transgressions and “encroachments,” brought about a war “to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.”
In the video, Hall quoted Founding Father and second president John Adams as having said, “Liberty must at all hazards be secured.”
Hall hosts a radio show, provides constitutional education throughout the year in a variety of venues and locations, and is a published author of four books and a DVD geared to home-schoolers. Her YouTube channel is here.
Working as an assistant prosecutor some years ago in Florida, Hall was terminated for teaching constitutional principles to Tea Party groups on her own time.
She maintains that fighting “tyranny” requires “knowledge.”