Copiosis doesn’t make the US Constitution “null and void”. Rather, it enhances what it supposedly is designed to preserve: Freedom.
I think those who have this fear are really concerned about are the Constitution’s amendments. Never the less, let's review the US Constitution, article by article, and amendment by amendment to see how, or if, Copiosis has an effect on them.
Two things I like most about what this guy has to say: One, how close he’s getting to the real problem, and two how he doesn’t give a shit about conspiracy theories, the one percent, or even church-affiliate groups. He cuts through the crap and gets (close) to the point. Nice. https://www.facebook.com/747419318721729/videos/772859846177676/?fref=nf Hat tip … Continue reading Two things I love about this video
Good golly. They got so close. Those focusing on systemic change often point to Northern Europe for evidence that change is possible. Sometimes evidence from Northern Europe teaches a better lesson: how to not do it. While Icelanders approved their crowdsourced constitution created shortly after the Great Recession, the powerful and the elite came in as … Continue reading How not to do it