The 5000 year leap : Principles of Freedom inspired by our Founding Fathers

September 4, 2010 § Leave a comment


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We are at a critical time in American’s history.. We as citizens have the responsibility to stand up for the principles of freedom that made our country great. This is inspired by the book, “The 5000 Year Leap” written by Cleon Skousen.

Discover the 28 Principles of Freedom our Founding Fathers said must be understood and perpetuated by every people who desire peace, prosperity, and freedom. Learn how adherence to these beliefs during the past 200 years has brought about more progress than was made in the previous 5,000 years.

The Five Thousand Year Leap - w/CD-Rom eBook and MP3 Audio - Foreword by Glenn Beck

The Five Thousand Year Leap ~ W. Cleon Skousen – w/CD-Rom eBook and MP3 Audio – Foreword by Glenn Beck

The 5000 Year Leap: A Miracle That Changed the World W. Cleon Skousen

The 5000 Year Leap – w/CD-Rom eBook and MP3 Audio – A Miracle That Changed the World

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W. Cleon SkousenDescription and Author information from Amazon.com:

For many years in the United States there has been a gradual drifting away from the Founding Fathers original success formula. This has resulted in some of their most unique contributions for a free and prosperous society becoming lost or misunderstood. Therefore, there has been a need to review the history and development of the making of America in order to recapture the brilliant precepts which made Americans the first free people in modern times.

In this book, discover the 28 Principles of Freedom our Founding Fathers said must be understood and perpetuated by every people who desire peace, prosperity, and freedom. Learn how adherence to these beliefs during the past 200 years has brought about more progress than was made in the previous 5000 years. Published by National Center for Constitutional Studies, a non-profit organization.

Willard Cleon Skousen (January 20, 1913 – January 9, 2006) was a conservative author, political commentator, and academic. He also was employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Skousen authored The Naked Communist and was the source of the publication “1963 Communist Goals” list. He later wrote a follow-up, The Naked Capitalist, based on Carroll Quigley’s assertions made in the books Tragedy and Hope and The Anglo-American Establishment, which claimed that top Western merchant bankers, industrialists and related institutions were behind the rise of Communism and Fascism around the world.

Skousen was born in Raymond, Alberta, Canada, and moved with his family to both Mexico and California as a youth.

In June 1935, immediately after graduating from San Bernardino Valley Jr. College, where he served as Student Body President, Skousen began working for the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. This led into a career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) the following year, which lasted until 1951.

Skousen attended George Washington University Law School, graduating with an LL.B. in June 1940. He had already passed the Washington, D.C., Bar Exam. In 1972, recognizing the sufficiency of his law school studies more than 30 years earlier, his law degree was upgraded to Juris Doctor (J.D.).

After the American election of 1980, Skousen was appointed to the Council for National Policy, a think tank of influential politicians, scholars and academics that lent support and advice to President Ronald Reagan s administration. Among the many solutions Skousen proposed included suggested programs to convert the Social Security system to private retirement accounts and a plan to completely wipe out the national debt. Skousen was never a tax protestor but campaigned for several proposals to eliminate the federal income tax, including the famous Liberty Amendment, which among other things, would return federally owned land to the states and preclude the federal government from being involved in any activities that competed with private enterprise.

More about the Author:

Skousen authored The Naked Communist and was the source of the publication “1963 Communist Goals” list. He later wrote a follow-up, The Naked Capitalist, based on Carroll Quigley’s assertions made in the books Tragedy and Hope and The Anglo-American Establishment, which claimed that top Western merchant bankers, industrialists and related institutions were behind the rise of Communism and Fascism around the world.

In June 1935, immediately after graduating from San Bernardino Valley Jr. College, where he served as Student Body President, Skousen began working for the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. This led into a career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) the following year, which lasted until 1951.

Skousen attended George Washington University Law School, graduating with an LL.B. in June 1940. He had already passed the Washington, D.C., Bar Exam. In 1972, recognizing the sufficiency of his law school studies more than 30 years earlier, his law degree was upgraded to Juris Doctor (J.D.).

After the American election of 1980, Skousen was appointed to the Council for National Policy, a think tank of influential politicians, scholars and academics that lent support and advice to President Ronald Reagan-s administration. Among the many solutions Skousen proposed included suggested programs to convert the Social Security system to private retirement accounts and a plan to completely wipe out the national debt. Skousen was never a tax protestor but campaigned for several proposals to eliminate the federal income tax, including the famous Liberty Amendment, which among other things, would r –This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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