The original U.S. Constitution lays encased in glass inside the National Archives building in Washington D.C.
It’s time to break the glass, take the Constitution out, and use it.
But before we can effectively operate our founding document, we need to understand what it actually says and means.
This book is the instruction manual.
For far too long, judges, politicians and the chattering political class have “interpreted” the Constitution for you. The result: an ever-expanding federal government that noses its way into every nook and cranny of your life.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way.
It’s your Constitution. And it’s imperative that you understand how it should be used. This book will help you do just that. It takes you through the most important constitutional clauses and principles, and explains what they mean through the words of those who wrote and ratified the document. As James Madison said, “In that sense alone it is the legitimate Constitution.”
Paperback: 231 pages
Publisher: Michael Maharrey (January 25, 2020)