Dispensing with the ‘It’s the Law’ Rhetoric

By | August 8, 2013

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About Frank Salvato

Frank Salvato is the Executive Director for BasicsProject.org a non-partisan, 501(c)(3) research and education initiative focusing on Constitutional Literacy and the threats of Islamic jihadism and Progressive neo-Marxism. His writing has been recognized by the US House International Relations Committee and the Japan Center for Conflict Prevention. His organization, BasicsProject.org, partnered in producing the original national symposium series addressing the root causes of radical Islamist terrorism. He is a member of the International Analyst Network and has been a featured guest on al Jazeera's Listening Post and on Russia Today. He also serves as the managing editor for The New Media Journal. Mr. Salvato has appeared on The O'Reilly Factor on FOX News Channel, and was featured in the documentary, “Ezekiel and the MidEast ‘Piece’ Process: Israel’s Neighbor States.” He is a regular guest on talk radio including on The Captain's America Radio Show, nationally syndicated by the Genesis and Phoenix Broadcasting Networks, catering to the US Armed Forces around the world. Mr. Salvato is also heard weekly on The Roth Show with Dr. Laurie Roth syndicated nationally on the IRN-USA Radio Network. Mr. Salvato has been interviewed on Radio Belgrade One. His opinion-editorials have been published by The American Enterprise Institute, The Washington Times, Accuracy in Media, Human Events, and are syndicated nationally. He is a featured political writer for EducationNews.org, BigGovernment.com and Examiner.com and is occasionally quoted in The Federalist. Mr. Salvato is available for public speaking engagements.

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3 thoughts on “Dispensing with the ‘It’s the Law’ Rhetoric

  1. Jan Brown

    Well done, Frank!!!! Curious as to ‘where’ the Progressives found a chapter on ‘Selective Law’, as that certainly seems to be the case.
    AMERICA is crying out for HELP from each & every Patriot….She needs more than us griping to ‘like minds’ She needs us to step away from comfort zones & truly reach out & touch some one, get involved….Complaining to each other is definitely a stress reliever….just not much help. Don’t limit your self, reach across state line…Remember “In G-d We trust…..

  2. ArdvarkMaster

    Slavery was once the “Law of the Land”. Things change.

    1. Frank Salvato

      Slavery was challenged by war and changed via an Amendment to the Constitution. That would be the correct way to affect “change.”

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