The Constitution for the United States of America

Article 4
Section 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 on application of the legislature, or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be convened), against domestic violence.

This Constitution establishes a Republican Form of Government for the Federal Government and mandates that every State will also have a Republican Form of Government.

We live in a Republic - We have not changed this part of our Constitution.

In spite of what everyone is trying to tell us We do not live in a Democracy - or an Oligarchy! ! !

A form of government where God’s law is supreme and the people are free to pursue and to enjoy their Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness. Each Citizen retains their own Sovereignty and has control over his personal environment. The Sovereign Citizens are subject to God’s Laws, primarily the Ten Commandments, the “Golden Rule,” and especially, Love thy Enemy.

A form of government where the majority rules. This type of system is fraught with the ever present potential that the majority will make slaves of the minority, or, that power hungry men and women will subvert the system for their own benefit. In many ways a Democracy is merely "mob rule." God is outlawed, and God’s laws are totally disregarded. Eventually the majority attempts to install themselves as the god of the nation. Today, in our court rooms in every State, the attorneys “PRAY” to the judge for the orders they seek.

A form of government where a select group of individuals have gained control over the actions and activities of the government and have placed themselves, and their cohorts, above the law, by claiming immunity from redress for themselves and their associates.

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