Definition: The rule of law of the U.S. Constitution

Overview: Political freedom is political governance by a fixed and known rule of law rather than an unknown and/or unforeseeable whim of the rule of man (AKA tyranny). Political freedom protects individual freedom. In America, political freedom is the U.S. Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land which presides over every central government action, law, or court decision and invalidates that which violates the Constitution as written and originally understood and intended. A Supreme Court Justice’s personal moral or legal views of natural law and other things do not trump his judicial duty to apply the Constitution as written and originally understood and intended to the facts of the case. A Justice who inserts his own personal moral views in place of or in addition to the text and original intent of the Constitution as the basis for his reasoning and decision is committing judicial activism and is amending the Constitution from the bench – what has been going on for way too long. States must reclaim their constitutional sovereignty and reject and nullify unconstitutional federal acts which by definition are acts of tyranny and treason. BUT in order to do this, states must after notification of their action with constitutional-based rationale, fully prepare for FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE from the feds. We must renew our resolve as states and individuals to be INDEPENDENT and take back our freedoms from the feds. Recommended reading: Robert Bork, The Tempting of America

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