The Declaration, The Constitution & The Law
The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America is the foundation upon which The Constitution is built. Without The Declaration's authority, those constitutional elements are void —and must be repealed and not be exercised by government.
The Constitution does not replace The Declaration. They are intended to work together for securing the people's rights.
The Constitution is the framework upon which every law must hang. Without constitutional authority, that law is void —and must not be enforced by the government.
The law does not replace The Constitution. They are supposed to work together to help secure and protect the people's rights.
The Law is tyranny, despotism, and treason when The Constitution does not authorize its existence.
The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America outlines a couple dozen political powers that help recognize a tyranny
The Constitution of the United States of America, Article 3, Section 3 defines the two types of treason.
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