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Two Hundred Years of Tyranny

By Erickson, Matt, R.

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Title: Two Hundred Years of Tyranny  
Author: Erickson, Matt, R.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of America, Restoring Our American Republic
Collections: Politics, Authors Community
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Publisher: Patriot Corps
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The hour is late and the Republic is in trouble. Conservatives have lost their faith in the enumerated powers listed in the U.S. Constitution that may be implemented only using necessary and proper means, by those swearing an oath to support the Constitution. Instead, patriots have sadly put all their political-minded efforts into voting and elections—majority rule Democracy—because they listened to their political opponents claim that election winners may rule untouchably from on high, exercising inherent discretion throughout the land. We need to pull back the curtain, and expose the fraud, freeing ourselves from the mighty grip of tyranny, as it is ready to plunge the United States into chaos and confusion, to destroy society, so that in the rubble, people of all political persuasions finally agree that the U.S. Constitution simply doesn’t work anymore and it is time to re-write it. Two Hundred Years of Tyranny says two hundred years of tyranny is enough, and it is high time to restore our American Republic, once and for all or happily-ever-after.

Two Hundred Years of Tyranny reveals the cunning mechanism Chief Justice John Marshall used to transform the limited federal government model the Framers gave us, to the all-powerful government model Alexander Hamilton had sought at the Constitutional Convention of 1787, but didn’t get. While Marshall laid the groundwork in 1803 with Marbury v. Madison and in 1819 with McCulloch v. Maryland, it was his obscure March 3, 1821 decision of Cohens v. Virginia that sealed America’s fate, when Marshall simply wrote: “The clause which gives exclusive jurisdiction is, unquestionably, a part of the Constitution, and, as such, binds all the United States.” And, with these magic 21 words, the inherent power Congress may legally use within the District of Columbia was allowed to escape District boundaries and bind the States, whenever Congress intended. Marshall merely exploited the inherent contradiction that currently exists between the letter and spirit of the Constitution. While the spirit would restrict exclusive legislation laws to the District Seat, Marshall held that the strictest letter (of Article VI, Clause 2) holds even Article I, Section 8, Clause 17 to be part of the supreme Law of the Land that bind the States. Read Two Hundred Years of Tyranny to learn how Hamilton and Marshall pulled off their political coup, how we may throw off tyranny, overturn Cohens and permanently restore our lost American Republic.


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