G. R. Mobley on Republic Review

G. R. Mobley on Republic Review
Constitutional Orthodoxy (n.) — adhering to the codified processes that were established within the Constitution as defined by the States (founders) during the ratification process. Consequently, the founders dictated and enumerated the limitations and scope of the general government as a delegated entity within the Hybrid Constitutional Republic. Returning to Constitutional Orthodoxy is the only course that will preserve the Constitution, Individual Liberty, and the Republic.
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