The Constitution, The Bill Of Rights, And The Declaration Of Independence…

​We must never forget the importance of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, due process, and the 3 branches of government that balance the powers of governing. The three branches are as follows, the executive, the legislative and judicial. We must learn and understand the role of each of these branches and their limitations.

It’s important to delegate powers to the States as outlined in the Constitution, to put together and enact their own plans for their communities. This is especially important because every community’s needs vary, a one-size-fits-all approach does NOT work. This also incentivizes more creative and competitive input for programs. States can learn from each other and adopt each other’s ideas when one system runs better than the next. Competition and diversity is always far more productive than monopolies. Many States have also written into their Constitutions that they must balance their budgets. As a result, there tends to be more accountability to make sure funds are actually there for the programs, as opposed to an unaccountable centralized Federal government that loots the capital and builds mountains of debt that will take generations to pay off. In 46 States across the Nation, a Balanced Budget Amendment (BBA) has been enacted in their State Constitutions.

Now having said all that, it’s also important to understand the power that has been invested into the executive branch that cannot be overridden by any State or judge. And that Federal law trumps State law so as long as its constitutional, such as matters concerning National Security and immigration. When the president of the United States of America feels as though it is important to form executive orders in matters of National Security and immigration, it’s important that the balancing governing bodies respect and follow their president’s orders regardless of their political affiliation or feelings.

Now when it comes to the government and their relationship to the public, the founding fathers of this country intended on creating a system that gave everyone an equal footing to PURSUE happiness through liberty and freedom with the principles of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But the last thing they wanted to do was create a system that is constantly engaged in legislating laws on every aspect of society and how it should function with the aim to guarantee a particular social outcome that government believes will create happiness. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness is about ensuring everyone has the right to pursue happiness, not the right to happiness. It’s society’s and ultimately the individual’s responsibility to acquire a peaceful happy existence, without government involvement. So as long as we do not infringe on each other’s rights. Government was never intended to legislate happiness, nor are they capable for that matter. Look to yourself and your community for the solutions to social issues, not the government.

Constitutional Republic VS. Direct Democracy…

It’s important that we have a strong functional Constitutional Republic that represents the people. It’s far more functional and practical to have elected representatives looking after the important issues of the country and forming policies as well as governing. A direct democracy is not realistic nor would it function properly. We still can have direct input on particular issues of course, such as voting on particular issues, but ultimately a Constitutional Republic is the better system. I have studied all forms of governing and I assure you this is the best. Is it perfect? Nothing is perfect. But I encourage you to study all of this, because you’ll fall in Love with it and dedicate the evolution of your mind to it. Discover the teachings of the founding fathers of this Country and realize their genius. They were brave tough intellectual men that understood and valued true Freedom and true Liberty.

Law VS. The Constitution

Read the Constitution and read how often it mentions law, it’s not very often, however, Justice is mentioned quite often. And that is because law is irrelevant without Justice. Which suggests it’s one’s duty to pursue Justice through Constitutional means, even if at times it requires disregard of the law. Because law can be unconstitutional and in the way of Justice.

– Michael Vincent –

Alot of the concepts and writings from this article were heavily influenced and taken from an excellent article by Jacob G. Hornberger, ‘No One Has a Right To Healthcare.’… https://www.fff.org/2016/02/03/no-one-has-a-right-to-health-care/

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