The Founding Fathers’ Guide to the Constitution
Note: Professor Brion McClanahan was Dr. Clyde Wilson's last doctoral student.
The federal constitution ratified by the people of the States provided for a limited government to handle specified joint affairs of the States. The document describes itself not as "the U.S. Constitution" or the "Constitution of the United States," but as a "Constitution FOR the United States of America." With this in mind, read what follows in the preamble as the purposes of this instrument: "forming a more perfect Union," "common defense," and "general welfare."
Throughout the document "United States" is a plural (the States United) and treason against the United States consists of levying war against THEM.As clear and simple as these facts are and have always been, grasping them seems to be beyond the abilities of presidents, congresspersons, supreme court justices, and professors of "Constitutional Law" at the most prestigious institutions.MORE
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