The importance of teaching the subject of American History is demonstrated in these times by the Democratic Party and their lust for more and more power. They seem to hate the very constitution that they took an oath to protect and defend; they justify their acts just like a medieval physician whose ineptness killed the patient in an effort to save him or her. Aside from the rampant fraud in voter rolls, now proven electronic tabulation equipment vulnerabilities, ballot stuffing, and the irredeemably compromised 2020 General Election, Democrats now seek to usurp the power and authority over all elections, and in so doing engage in a coup against both the Constitution and the People simultaneously.
Let’s examine the basics for a moment and acknowledge the premise that words have meaning. We are NOT a democracy, in spite of what both politicians and pundits assert whenever they talk about America. It’s not totally their fault, they were taught this inaccuracy in public schools and college classrooms. When they say such things though, they demonstrate their ignorance of our form of government, and why they are a threat to the survival of this constitutional republic.
The Constitution of the United States was intended to be a pact, a contract binding emerging nation-states together, where each ceded a small amount of enumerated power to a national government for very specific purposes. In fact, the framers were concerned about the Hamiltonian preference for a national government, essentially casting off nation-state sovereignty. In fact, they were so concerned that they wrote into the Constitution their caution in the form of Article IV, Sec. 4, “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion;” And then, of course, there is the Ninth Amendment, “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.’ But wait, there’s more, the Tenth Amendment, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” All of this combined is evidence of the commitment to be a People up, distributed power form of government, not a government down consolidated tyrannical power.