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The United States Consitution is made up of three basic parts:

  • The Preamble
  • The Articles (7)
  • Amendments (27)

The first 10 amendments are enshrined in the Bill of Rights.

See: Full Text of the U.S. Consitution

Dueling Constitutions: US Individual Rights or UN Human Rights?

When the difference between Communism and Capitalism is who holds the deed, details matter. Human rights and Individual rights are ideologies that hold similar comparisons. Human rights and Communism work hand-in-hand where a collective society is managed. On the other hand, Capitalism works with a representative government in protecting individual rights so individual’s decisions are protected. We should seek an ...

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The Constitutionality of Obamacare

H/T TRP Senator Mike Lee talks about the Constitutional questions being raised the Supreme Court Hearings on Obamacare. He also give his prediction on what he thinks the outcome will be.

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It’s Not About Their Vision Or Values

Every two years, when there are national elections in The United States, inevitably, we hear pundits ask these types of questions: What vision do they have for our country? What direction do they want to lead our country? What values do they hold? While such things may appeal to the sensibilities of voters, and are a clever way for politicians ...

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Scholar David Barton vs. Jon Stewart – No Contest

American Historian and Scholar David Barton, founder of Wallbuilders, Inc, was a ‘guest’ on Jon Stewart’s Daily Show.  Stewart, as usual, could not hide his liberal bias and tried in vain to make light of the fact that Barton was kicking his tail. Wallbuilders is an organization dedicated to setting the record straight about the Colonial era and the founding ...

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Proposed Constitutional Amendment

Proposed Amendment To The Constitution of The United States of America Amendment 28 National Consumption Tax 1. The sixteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed. 2. The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on end-user consumption of all goods and service, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several ...

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Twenty-Two Minutes Per Year – That’s All I Ask

Anyone who listens to Sean Hannity‘s radio show for any length of time knows that one of his taglines is, “three hours a day, every day, that’s all I ask.” This is, of course, because he wants to promote his radio show, as does any other entrepreneur regarding their own business. So what am I asking of you when I ...

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When Federalism Fumbles the Ball

What are we to do when our government refuses to perform its constitutional obligation? Some would argue, and argue effectively, that the revolutionary concept that spawned America’s independence was not freedom but federalism. It is through federalism that the United States has truly achieved long lasting freedom. It is federalism that has kept absolute power, and subsequently absolute tyranny, away ...

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The Importance of The Constitution of the United States

The Constitution of The United States of America is under attack from the left. They accurately view it as an obstacle to their designs for an America remade in their own image. That is exactly what the founders intended – no wonder the left despises the document that places limits on the role of government and recognizes the divinely granted ...

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The Shredding of the Constitution

Individual liberties have been at the core of our Great American Experiment since it’s beginning.  The Federalist Papers and Declaration of Independence make the case that certain rights are inalienable and the Constitution sets down the framework by which they should be protected.  President Obama is the master at the helm of a liberty-destroying administration replete with progressive extremists.  Obama’s collection ...

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The United States Constitution – Including Amendments [Full Text]

Preamble We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. Article I Section 1. All legislative Powers ...

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Right or Entitlement

Recently, the left has sought to change the way we discuss entitlements. No longer should these benefits provided to certain groups be discussed as entitlements, they are rights. But, what does the change in semantics actually mean?

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