The Supreme Flaw of the Land Essays
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|This Constitution, and
the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof;and all treaties made, or which shall
be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme
law of the land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby,
anything in the Constitution or law of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.|
—Article VI, clause 2
Constitution for the United States of America
| ^ ||In Search of the Supreme Flaw of the Land: Perpetual Union|
Both the U.S. constitution and the Articles of Confederation
are in effect today, jointly establishing the present federal union.
The results is a union, and various states, that are unavoidably in breach
| ^ ||In Search of the Supreme
Flaw of the Land: The Bill of Rights
This essay examines the U.S. Bill of Rights on two levels. On
the surface, it's an examination of language, construction, and effect.
On that level, it challenges much of the myth and misinformation generally
associated with the U.S. Bill of Rights. More fundamentally, the
essay offers a beginning into the arcane art of understanding government
and recognizing it for what it really is. Such understanding eventually
suggests the necessity of an alternative.
These two related items are available in The
| ^ ||In Search of the
Supreme Flaw of the Land: Unalienable Rights
With one possible exception, rights aren't unalienable. The idea
that they are is political anesthesia. This mistaken belief has fostered
an incautious attitude toward our rights and has resulted in their entire
loss, except maybe for the possible exception.