Think the U.S. Constitution 'Subverts Democracy'? Think Again

Today September 17th marks the day, 234 years ago the founders of the US signed the Constitution.

The U.S. Constitution is, regardless of what many want to think, the Highest Law of the land. It says that any “government” official that claims policy, rule, or law contrary to it is illegal.

Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall cited in the Marbury v. Madison decision, any government act “repugnant to the constitution is void.” The term “void” means “having no legal force or binding effect.” Today that seems to be an everyday occurrence. With executive orders and department policies being issues without forethought.

Pray for America, educate yourselves, your families, friends, and neighbors on the Constitution.


September 17 is Constitution Day

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