Majestic Publishers donates book to public libraries for First Amendment tour

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Majestic Publishers
Dale B. Adams
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Harrison, AR. 72601
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Majestic Publishers donates book to public libraries for First Amendment tour

(Harrison, AR). On October 23, 2017, Dale B. Adams of Majestic Publishers will be donating a free book to several public libraries in various cities during a First Amendment tour to Washington, D.C. The trip will begin in Harrison, Arkansas passing through Tennessee and Virginia to our nation’s capitol. A copy of the book, “Care Giving Made Easy – How to be an Awesome Caregiver,” will be given to the following libraries; The Boone County Library, Memphis Public Library, Nashville Public Library, Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Richmond Public Library and the District of Columbia Public Library.

There will be a pause in the historical city of Charlottesville, Virginia where First Amendment rights recently led to some conflict. Our wise founders such as Thomas Jefferson and James Madison both worked on the First Amendment which was formed to guard every other Constitutional right and prevent conflicts. The First Amendment and the institutions who guard those rights seem to be undermined. Majestic Publishers supports the beauty of the First Amendment and every other right that should always be protected with it, if we are to remain a free nation and a free people.

Dale B. Adams formed Majestic Publishers in 1998-2000 in Champaign county, Illinois. In 1998, Adams published, “My Movie Collection,” and in 2006 authored the book, “Care Giving Made Easy – How to be an Awesome Caregiver,” while located in Corpus Christi, Texas. The First Amendment tour is to promote a new edition of this book that will be released in a few weeks. All the proceeds from these book sales are donated to the Rutherford Institute to help guard our Constitutional rights. Other publishing activities of Majestic Publishers have been abridged due to the constant struggle to fight for the “guaranteed” Constitutional rights which many Americans (including many members of our family) lost their lives fighting for, that our judiciary so willingly wipes away with the swiftness of a signature.