Don’t Believe This Liberal Lie
July 30, 2010 by Chip Wood
U. S. CONSTITUTION
What is the most important sentence in the U.S. Constitution? I would submit that it’s the very first one. Our Founding Fathers set the tone for everything they believed, and everything that would follow, in Article I, Section 1, sentence one.
It reads, “ALL legislative powers herein granted are vested in Congress….”
If ‘ALL’ lawmaking power resides in Congress, how much is in the Supreme Court?
How about the Executive Branch?
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”
“Congress shall make no law,” either promoting a religion or prohibiting one.
According to the Constitution, what are the states allowed to do when it comes to religion (or just about anything else)?
The answer is, pretty much whatever they want.
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