About The 20/20 Founding Charter & Constitution For "The United States of America"
This Constitution easily adapts for different government levels from cities and towns, counties, states, nationally, even for foreign countries;
• It identifies the Sovereign Authority over government at every level.
• It details the powers for each of the three primary government branches from the law making (Article 4: Legislative Branch), law enforcing (Article 5: Executive Branch), and arbitrator (Article 6: Judicial Branch).
• It successfully solves the relationship between the government and the governed; not only as individuals, but also as a unified body of registered-voters who exercise the Sovereign Power & Authority over government.
A written constitution should exist for every government level. It should detail exactly what powers the governed people grant to their respective government-levels. The degree of that power may vary towards less power, but not more than this constitution authorizes. Thus, it eliminates most of the guesswork about what powers exercised by government are just and honorable; as well as which powers are corrupted and tyrannical. The powers granted to government must not violate (The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America).
When we, the governed people, being the keepers of our own Liberty, fail to properly maintain our government, others move in to use our government against us. They promise us false hope so that they might steal the fortunes of our Liberty —the freedom to exercise our right and duty to properly control our own government's powers.
Far too many citizens do not properly comprehend our most important right —our right to alter, to abolish, or to throw off our corrupted government; —inclusive of removing the officers therein, and undoing their unjust actions (Article 4, Section 23: Impeachments and Recalls) so that we may better protect our other rights.
Many people never recognize such necessity when it surfaces. The design and plan for The 20/20 Founding Charter & Constitution for “The United States of America” is to make it easier for our citizen-residents to recognize such necessity; as well as detail the path by which we lawfully correct our government.
Correcting government is best, when done early and often, when it costs less financially, as well as less bloodshed.
Defective governments leave the governed with few options; modify that Form of Government, if possible; when necessary, replace it. That, or learn to live with the corrupted government, which usually gets worse when ignored.
As the governed, we must frequently and thoroughly inspect our governments for signs of corruption. When found, we must swiftly correct it. This does not mean each individual spends vast hours digging through mountains of papers and laws. At the very least, it requires the resident-citizen to fight the enforcement of unjust laws that may pass when a previous generation got off track. Failure in this, encourages government corruption to grow.
If we, or our posterity, fail in this, our Duty; our neglect allows political corruption to ravage and destroy our nation, our states, our counties, and our cities and towns from within.
The number of States, whose citizens remain contractually bound by our nation’s Founding Charter, The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, presently contains fifty States. We know that all the new states are bound to The unanimous Declaration, not merely because (The Constitution of the United States of America, Article 6,), which includes it by reference as "the authority of the United States"; but because the declaration binds all our citizens, regardless of when they join our union. This contract lets us know when it becomes necessary for us to alter, abolish, and / or to throw off our corrupted Government Form, which also applies to corrupt government officials and their unjust actions.
Additionally, perhaps more importantly, The unanimous Declaration is the Founding Charter, the initial contract that then authorizes the creation of a constitution, which is the actual form of our government. As every State that joins, they do so, becoming an equal with all others States.
Our present government officers repeat the list of abuses and usurpations detailed in The Declaration. Those usurpations and abuse of powers identify the same type of tyranny and absolute despotism over us, at present, that existed for our nation’s founders in 1776.
Because of its political abuses, our government demands our immediate action to right our nation and to repair our failed government. For these reasons, we create The 20/20 Founding Charter & Constitution for "The United States of America", in order to better preserve our rights through adherence to our nation’s Founding Charter, The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America.