Commonly Accepted Liberal Myths

               The Constitution is an outdated document and may be irrelevant to todays issues.

     The Supreme Court is the final authority as to the meaning of the Constitution.
       
     Congress is empowered to pass any law that is "for the general welfare".

     The "elastic clause" authorizes any law that is "necessary and proper".

     The Commerce clause empowers congress to regulate businesses.

     The First Amendment forbids the expression of religion in publicly operated     
    venues.

     The Majority Leader is the Constitutional Executive Officer of the Senate

    Our founding principles.

                Principle #1:  Faith

                Principle #2:  Equality

                Principle #3:  Inalienable Rights

                Principle #4:  Role of Government

     American System of Government 1789

    American System of Government 2009

    Constitutional limits on federal government

    Getting back to basics.
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Fundamentals of the
American System of
Government: A Tutorial
The following tutorial will not qualify you for a
doctorate in Political Science.  However, it will give you
a fundamental understanding of the principles that
provide the foundation of our liberty.  It will help
explain who we are as a people, how we got here,
and why we need to return to our founding principles.

What every American should know.

Each topic is "self-contained" to allow readers to
cover as much or as little material in each session as
their time will permit.  We strongly recommend that
you begin by watching the ten Minute video,
"What is
America's true form of government?"
What Every American Should Know
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Liberal Myth 1: Constitution outdated
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