Free Markets, Fiscal Responsibility, Smaller Government, Secure Borders
When Congress read the Constitution do you think that the Congressmen who stayed in the Chamber to listen actually understood what was being read?? When you read the Constitution are you sure that you thoroughly understand what it says??
This group will take you through the concepts of the Constitution and the background information of each issue. To join the group you will need a copy of the Constitution. The Federalist Papers by Hamilton-Madison-Jay (suggest the Signet Classis version available at Amazon for about $8.00) , Websters American Dictionary of the English Language (1828) found here:
mark it as a "favorite" so you can refer to it often.
This study group is designed by Publius Huldah and each lesson will be from her syllabus and her teachings. She is a retired lawyer who has studied the Constitution for years through the eyes of the Founding Fathers. A new issue will be posted every week which will give you time to study her essays and verify the information detailed in her citings.
You are encouraged to discuss the essays because from discussion comes better understanding. The Constitution is our founding Document and as we promote it through our TEA Parties you need to know what it actually says compared to what people think it says. You will find the answers to questions you may have or things that you don't understand.about the Constitution. In many instances, you will learn that what you learned in school is NOT what the Constitution really says.
I have been studying with her for over a year and have learned far more than I ever thought possible. The first thing that you have to do, as you begin this journey, is keep an open mind and understand just one thing:
Your rights are given to you by God, they are inalienable. You give some of those rights to the States for your benefit. In turn the States, with your trust, give some rights to the Federal Government also for your benefit. That is the order defined by the Constitution. It is the order that has been convoluted by all three branches of the Federal Government. It is that order that we are striving to restore.
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