“In Search of Liberty”

Last year I played this movie for some of my business colleagues who wanted to learn more about the Constitution–and who wanted to have an evening of entertainment, popcorn, and good clean fun. They loved it!. This award-winning film was written by a friend of mine. It is a feature film, designed for families to watch, be entertained, and learn about the Constitution–each Article of that document.

The premise is that Benjamin Franklin comes into present time, and though visible initially only to the dad in the family, he begins to educate the dad, and subsequently the whole family, about each Article, and how it can be applied to our lives today.

The movie is very engrossing, well-written, and fun to watch. It is a family film, and one which will cause the family to talk to one another and discuss it. In other words, it is the best. You have fun, yet learn something.

It had been my plan to simply promote the movie to you–with a recommendation that everyone watch it before the election, as it may help you sort some things out for yourselves. You will be able to think through the issues, if you use this as a foundational approach to current, day-to-day life situations at work or school etc.

Then, a few days ago, I got this email. There is nothing repulsive or divisive or “controversial” in this movie. Yet, it has been censored, by way of censoring ads about the movie. Below is the email about the discrimination lawsuits the film’s owners are filing. I urge each of you to read the email. I urge each of you to get and watch the film, and be the judge for yourself.

One thing I know: The First Amendment of the Constitution guarantees Freedom of Speech. And, if we don’t stand for that, and stand against censorship, then God help us all.

This is your America. Make it a great one.

Please help end this Discrimination
          Discrimination   After continuously advertising on Facebook for three years, the Behemoth that is Facebook decided on September 23, 2020 (the last day of Constitution Week), to stop our two most successful ads for the award-winning In Search of Liberty Constitution movie.   Their position is that the First Amendment right of free speech does not apply to them, as they are a company, and they may censor, take down, remove or stop anything they want on their platform.   However, they are not Above the Law when it comes to Discrimination.   That DOES apply to companies!   Thus, IC Liberty Films has filed Discrimination complaints against Facebook with the California Department of Justice (the state where they are headquartered), the Florida Attorney General’s Office (where we are located), the Federal Trade Commission, and the United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.   As we work to get our ads back up and running we are asking fellow Patriots to spread the word about our movie.   For a limited time anyone may purchase individual DVDs or Blu-Rays for 20% off + FREE S&H. During checkout enter code: USA2020   Of course, our Buy Two Get 1 FREE special + S&H is also available for the DVD, DVD Education Edition, or Blu-Ray offerings. No code required.   Please share this message and these specials with your family and friends by forwarding this newsletter far and wide.   We must be forever vigilant when it comes to our rights, our freedom, our liberty.   As principal author of our Declaration of Independence and third president, Thomas Jefferson, said, “Educate and inform the whole mass of the people… They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.”   And, Patriot and Founder Patrick Henry, said, “Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined.”   We will NOT be ruined!!!   Visit the Liberty Store   For a limited time, SAVE 20% on individual DVDs and Blu-Rays + FREE S&H At checkout, use code: USA2020  
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