The NOT So Supreme Court – A Look at the Supremacy Clause

The NOT So Supreme Court – A Look at the Supremacy Clause

We find ourselves living at a time when a correct interpretation of and fidelity to the American Constitution is tantamount to treason against the United States.

In the halls of the legislatures, executive mansions or judicial buildings, a new version of the Divine Rights of Kings prevails, which is usually grounded in some distorted phrase from the Constitution interpreted in light of other phrases not within the document, then compounded with myth and legend whereby the usurpers of our rights claim long-standing tradition and interpretation of the ever so revered, but never actually read or followed, Constitution. I can think of no better example than the oft-repeated bastardization of Thomas Jefferson’s letter calling for a “separation of church and state” being read back into the First Amendment for the purpose of depriving the American people their freedom of religious expression. Using Thomas Jefferson’s letter gives the air of tradition to the hellish and petulant doctrine of civil government unaccountable to God.

As with the First Amendment, in which the words “separation,” “church” or “state” cannot be found but we are told stands for the proposition of a wall of separation of church and state, the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution has taken on an interpretation that is impossible, without the aid of a criminal mind, to read from the document itself. That same criminal mind reads the supremacy clause as “the federal government is supreme.” This proposition grew out of the myth of… [click here to read the rest of the article].

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