The Constitutional Bankruptcy of Our Republic

By Nathan Janes:

Uncle Sam was created as a symbol of the United States representing the ideals of freedom, equality, and justice.  Although this symbol has been a patriotic representation for over 150 years, Uncle Sam cannot stand as a fair symbol of our nation any longer. With recent attacks to the Constitution and Bill of Rights, citizens’ rights have been eroded.  If this long time representative of our nation could speak to us today perhaps he would remind us that our constitution gives us unalienable rights from the creator to the individual and can not under any circumstance be surrendered or taken.

Contrary to the common misconception, the United States is a constitutional republic and not a democracy.  In a republic, the sovereignty resides with the people themselves and one may act on his own or through his representatives when he chooses to confront a problem. The people have no obligation to the government; instead, the government is a servant of the people. Since September 11, 2001 we have been witnessing the destruction of our republic. Congress is gradually dismantling the Bill of Rights and the Constitution with the strong influence of the two most recent presidents.  The public is distracted by a left/right paradigm that is controlled by the establishment.  While the public is busy criticizing those on the other side of the paradigm, the establishment’s power grab goes unchecked and our constitutional rights are further eroded.  In this way national sovereignty and the freedom of individuals is being destroyed.

On October 26, 2001, American citizens’ right to privacy ended with the passage of the Patriot Act.  Of the 435 US Representatives, the Patriot Act was read by no one before it was voted on and passed, a violation of the Representatives’ oath of office.  The 342 paged bill allows for violations to citizens’ rights including the search of home and property without knowledge or consent of the citizen, known as “sneak and peek” spying. Also permitted by the bill is the indefinite imprisonment of any citizen without due process, access to the courts, or the counsel of a lawyer.  The Federal Bureau of Investigation is now able to obtain records from businesses, hospitals, bookstores, and libraries for any reason and can search phone, email, and financial records without a court order.


5 Comments on "The Constitutional Bankruptcy of Our Republic"

  1. the link goes to the blog but not to the correct entry

  2. judy_hollister | Nov 29, 2009 at 10:41 am |

    So I guess when you have a post set as a draft and you're still working on it, you post it anyways…..?????
    Kinda confused how a post is marked draft and then is published?
    OH well…..

  3. judy_hollister | Nov 29, 2009 at 10:43 am |

    The article and artwork are by Activist Artist Nathan JANES ….not James

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