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Lies that Bind

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Starting nearly from scratch to uncover the truth of the Constitution, and constructing a pathway forward through the constitutional crises we face, author Martin Babitz begins with a basic question, and an answer:

“if our federal government can do whatever it deems proper, controlled only by our mere right to elect or re-elect certain officials every few years, what makes our system different, providing greater liberty than all the others that have free elections but are dominated by a supreme national government?  Nothing.”

We have been taught to believe that federal power is limited only by ‘checks and balances’ among branches of government against each other, and the authority of the people to elect officials in those branches every few years.  Indeed, judicial decision-making regarding standing in the constitutional case of Obama’s usurpation confirms this view: this critical issue is relegated to the ballot box (via the political question) or dismissed due to some fictional standing argument about the branches of government.

The problem for the government and the justices is that the people are waking up.  We get it now, so no amount of bamboozling is going to put us back to sleep.

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