|A2||Cut The Thievin' Hands Off The IRS||2:30|
|B4||Land Of Liberty||3:38|
|B7||The Gore Of War||3:09|
"I am an outraged sovereign American and I am running for President in 1984." These are the words of a determined, dedicated, God-fearing man who loves his Country and the principles which made America great. He believes that she may be great again.
Arthur J. (Ajay) Lowery is a U.S. Navy Veteran of World War II and for the past 12 years, the Publisher of the Justice Times, the National Voice of the Second American Tax Freedom Movement, with subscribers in all fifty states. He is a common man, self-educated, and has never had any political grooming. (I believe that's an asset.) He has never been a congressman or a senator, he has never helped to create double digit inflation, he is not a lawyer or in any position to buy votes or repay political favors.
All the narrations which I was privileged to perform on this record made me think of the brave men who signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776. Many of the same conditions that led to that signing have reappeared today and we are losing our freedoms at a terrifying rate.
In summary, Ajay Lowery is YOU and ME; fed up with politicians who care nothing for our constitutional form of government. We must put government back in its place; that place is as the servant of US - the People. Listen to this album; every song was written
and performed right from the heart of this man who really cares.
Abraham Lincoln said, "To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men," and Mark Twain said, "In the beginning of a change the Patriot is a scare man - and brave - and hated - and scorned. When he succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a Patriot."
Ajay Lowery - you will see - is a Patriot personified...who will not be swayed!
Musicians who appeared on these recordings are: Larry Keith, Lisa Zelenencki, Dick Krim, Vickie Carrico, Debra Black & Dan Hoffman (vocals) / Tony Migliore keyboards / Larry Keith & Michael Spriggs guitar / Ronny Hughes bass / Clyde Brooks drums / Wayne Jackson & Donnie Sanders horns / Dan Hoffman narration.
Recordings were produced by Dan Hoffman with arrangements by Hoffman and Larry Keith.