He's 'moving country away from founding principles'
By Chelsea Schilling
When at least a million taxpayers stormed Washington, D.C., taking their fight against growth of big government to the front door of the U.S. Capitol last year, the explosion of patriotism inspired the wife of one of the most powerful men in the world to reignite the nation's passion for the U.S. Constitution.
9/12: 'Life-changing experience'
After that momentous experience, Virginia Thomas, wife of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, founded Liberty Central, a nonprofit organization focused on protecting America's core founding principles.
"The Sept. 12 march on Washington – when I saw all of those real, ordinary Americans march on Washington and come at their own expense – people who were there said it changed their lives," she told WND. "That was true for me."
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