Mark you calendars fellow lovers of Liberty and the Constitution, the King Dude is hosting his 1st Annual Constitution Day-Spirit of '76 Viewing Party. In addition, the audio version of Spirit of'76 will stream live (from this page) for all those unable to purchase or receive their DVD's by the evening of 16, September. So head on over to the DudeGear store, pick up a Patriot Party Pack and drop us an email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to let us know where YOU will be hosting your in-home viewing party. Then make sure to tune in at 6:00pm Central time for the live Question and Answer session via telephone AND the chat module below with the King Dude, Professor Kevin Gutzman, and other special guests. The details of the event are as follows:

  • Constitution Day 2010 - Spirit of '76 Viewing Party
  • Date: Thursday, September 16th, 2010
  • Time: 6:00pm Central Time
  • Toll-Free Telephone: (866) 483-DUDE or (866) 483-3833
  • Special Guests: Professor Kevin Gutzman, The Southern Avenger - Mr. Jack Hunter, and Mr. Michael Boldin* founder of the 10th Amendment Center *Not yet confirmed
Spirit of '76 Synopsis: As the story goes, it was 101-degrees in 1787 Philadelphia yet our Founding Fathers endured. With the energy and wisdom of James Madison, they wrote the Constitution.

Madison and Alexander Hamilton then wrote the Federalist papers, which won over the hearts and minds of most Americans and the Constitution was quickly ratified to the delight of millions. Sounds like a nice story and it would make a great movie, but there’s one problem: It isn’t true.

“The Spirit of ’76” tells the real story of the writing and ratification of the Constitution including the world’s first portrayal of the most important yet untold piece of the story: the Virginia Ratification Convention.

But you won’t just hear the historic debates that shaped our country - you will travel back in time to Independence Hall and see them through gorgeous, original illustrations and stunning animation of our most famous citizens, the Founding Fathers. With the voice talent of Emmy-award winning actor Jay Thomas and an ensemble cast of some of radio’s best-known voices, “The Spirit of ’76” is a feature length film.

YOU GUYS KNOW HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS GUY -- NOW ITS TIME FOR YOU TO GET WHY AND IT WON'T COST YOU A DIME. (but I know you'll end up buying it once you get a feel for real freedom - the kind of freedom, as The King Dude explains, is what our founders wanted for them and us)

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