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'Government is Biggest Law Breaker' New E-Pamphlet Shows Constitution Has Been Trampled, and How Americans May Reclaim It

by Staff
September 19, 2011
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MANASSAS, Va., ( -- Just in time for Constitution Day, longtime conservative activists Richard A. Viguerie and Mark Fitzgibbons have exposed one of the country's dirtiest secrets: Government is the oldest, largest and most pervasive lawbreaker in America. This is described in stunning detail in the new pamphlet, The Law that Governs Government: Reclaiming the Constitution from Usurpers and Society's Biggest Law Breaker. Viguerie and Fitzgibbons are veterans in the war against government lawbreaking, and set forth a timely and comprehensive pamphlet of principles, purpose and proposals for and about constitutional conservatives and the Tea Party (The full 60-page e-pamphlet is available at at no charge).

"Lawbreaking by government in terms of cost and the number of people victimized is of a scale unmatched by any other organization or group -- leaving nothing as a close second," write Viguerie and Fitzgibbons.

A major marketing, PR, and advertising campaign is being launched to make the failure of most of our political leaders to follow the Constitution an important issue in the 2012 primaries and general election. To encourage others to get this message out, the e-pamphlet is not copyrighted.

The authors cite examples of government misdeeds by the President, the entire Executive Branch, Congress, the courts and states curtailing free speech and property rights, intrusions into family life, and heavy handed actions by the police.

"Government has injected itself into nearly every aspect of private affairs, and has taken an excessive, intrusive and omnipotent view of what are public matters. Given the vast and unilateral authority it claims to have over so much of society and property, government has unmatched opportunity for lawbreaking. It makes and rigs the rules in its favor. It cloisters and covers up its lawlessness, and makes it almost impossible to challenge its lawbreaking when exposed.

"In addition to its lawbreaking that takes place in the open, there is the cloistered lawbreaking done by anonymous bureaucrats and in backroom deals by public officials. Government transparency is mostly a fiction. We see and know only what government wants us to. The irony is that government lawbreaking is done mostly under the guise and misnomer of the rule of law. The law has become one big slap in the face to all Americans. is a project of, which was founded by Richard A. Viguerie. Mark J. Fitzgibbons is the President of Corporate and Legal Affairs, American Target Advertising.

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