rConstitution Papers: Offsetting Powers Secure Our Rights

rConstitution Papers: Offsetting Powers Secure Our Rights

by James Anthony
rConstitution Papers: Offsetting Powers Secure Our Rights

rConstitution Papers: Offsetting Powers Secure Our Rights

by James Anthony


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What does it look like to follow the Constitution?

rConstitution Papers explains:

• Government people hold other government people to specific constitutionally limited scopes delegated by the people.

• All laws consist of rules and penalties, and nothing else.

• Presidents and governors take full executive responsibility and are fully accountable for personnel, budgets, and results.

• Every government official independently determines what's constitutional, and only does what's constitutional.

• Wars are rare and decisive. Abortion-a violation of the explicit constitutional right to life-is prevented nationally and statewide by all government branches. Money grows in value, and economic crises are short and minor.

• Government people keep themselves out of our way.

• At least one party is well-designed like the Constitution, which makes sure that its people follow the Constitution.

When we're secure to freely work together to add value, we'll create a far-better future.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948177047
Publisher: Neuwoehner Press
Publication date: 02/14/2020
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

James Anthony is author of The Constitution Needs a Good Party. He is a chemical engineer with a master's degree in mechanical engineering.

Table of Contents

rConstitution Paper 1: Good Government Comes from Good Boundaries

rConstitution Paper 2: Washington, Reagan, and Everyone Else

rConstitution Paper 3: Individual Rights Are Secured When Constitutional Powers Are Used

rConstitution Paper 4: Laws That Aren’t Readable Aren’t Constitutional

rConstitution Paper 5: Laws That Direct the Executive or Direct the Judiciary Are Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 6: Laws That Delegate Legislative Authority Are Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 7: Laws That Mislead Are Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 8: Laws That Exceed Enumerated Powers Are Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 9: Abortion Is Illegal

rConstitution Paper 10: Fractional-Reserve Banking Is Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 11: Laws Authorizing Military Action Are Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 12: Block Grants Are Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 13: Filibuster/Cloture Is Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 14: Unadvised and Unconsented Treaties Are Unconstitutional

rConstitution Paper 15: NATO Is a Sham

rConstitution Paper 16: Failure to Impeach and Convict Denies People Their Rights

rConstitution Paper 17: Congressional Oversight Is Constitution Defiance

rConstitution Paper 18: Nominating Rules for Brand Purity



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