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United States ConstitutionOn the November 4, 2012 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I interviewed constitutionalist judge Douglass Bartley of douglassbartley.wordpress.com and author of the four-volume series, The Kiss of Judice: The Constitution Betrayed: A Coroner’s Inquest.

We discussed the following clauses and provisions of the United States Constitution:

  • The two general welfare clauses
  • The interstate commerce clause
  • The necessary and proper clause
  • Congress’ power to coin money
  • The meaning of “bills of credit”
  • The prohibition against ex post facto laws
  • The division of powers between the legislative, executive and judicial branches of government
  • The legal tender cases and tender clause that apply to the States

I was heartened to receive a request from a U.S. attorney to get in contact with Judge Bartley, as the U.S. can return to its constitutional roots through change from the outside of the judicial process, but the process can be aided by more courageous attorneys and judges taking a stand in favour of the Constitution they swore an oath to uphold.

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