Constitutional Misconceptions

You become a powerful and credible proponent of liberty the more you know about the specific details of the Constitution. I’m not saying you have to be a Constitutional attorney but you have to go beyond just reading the Constitution and actually study the Constitution. To that end I’m going to dispel some of the common myths about the Constitution. For example, we do not have three co-equal branches of government. The Constitution did not create three equal branches of government. The Constitution actually intended the House of Representative to be the most powerful, followed by the Executive branch and lastly the Judicial branch. Did you know this? There’s more.

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