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Constitutionalism: Sovereign Citizenship and Limited Representative Government.
August 10, 2013
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Vic Biorseth, Saturday, August 10, 2013

If Law is authored by government, then, how can government ever be limited by law? Good question. It was answered best by the form of government that developed into the United States of America, and that is Constitutional government, in a nation that is established as a representative Republic, organized, and limited, by a written Constitution.

But the whole thing is problematic, in that current elected officials running the USA act in direct violation of the Constitution every day. It is as if the Constitution didn't even exist.

So what's the point of having a Constitution?

And if law is ignored and not even enforced, why do we even have law?

What's worse than all of that is our national moral decline into absolute depravity. Were not the Founders and the Framers inspired by God? Did they not establish, in the Declaration of Independence, that our citizen rights were endowed by God Himself?

Is the American economic, Constitutional, legal and moral decline being orchestrated on purpose?

(Read the Whole Article at Constitutionalism.)

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