The primary function of the United States Freedom Army is to restore the integrity of the United States Constitution. This means that the Constitution must be followed as written and as intended by its authors. This also means that the Constitution is only subject to interpretation in the areas where it is not specific.
The United States Constitution has been rendered meaningless by the actions over time of all three branches of government. The Executive Branch makes law when it should only be enforcing law. The Court System writes law when it should only be interpreting the law. The Legislative Branch passes numerous laws that they are constitutionally forbidden to pass. This is why we can say euphemistically that the Constitution has been “crucified.” It exists only as a shell of itself – the three branches of government ignore or “reinterpret” those parts of it that interfere with whatever they wish to accomplish. Ultimately, this is the reason the United States is evolving into an unsustainable welfare state, will soon become economically not viable, and will become a third-world country.
The Constitution is a limiting document. It limits the matters that the federal government may legally address. The powers given to the federal government are called the enumerated powers and are specified in the Constitution itself. It requires a constitutional amendment for the federal government to become involved in any matter outside the boundaries of the enumerated powers. The enumerated powers are reinforced by Amendment X in the Bill of Rights, which delegates to the states or to the people all powers not enumerated. These features of the Constitution are fundamental to protecting the people from tyranny and are the features that must be destroyed in order for the forces of collectivism to succeed. The success of collectivism in the destruction of this limiting power is the fundamental reason your freedom is threatened.
There are other constitutional features these evil forces like to attack including: Amendment II; Welfare Clause; Commerce Clause; Necessary & Proper Clause; Supremacy Clause. Just to name a few. We will go into more detail about how this has been done effectively by the collectivistic movement in a future blog entitled “What did James Madison say?” You may remember James Madison, the author of the U.S. Constitution, the author of the Bill of Rights, a principle writer of the Federalist Papers and the man rightly called “The Father of the Constitution.”