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The Patriot Quest : To Restore Our American Republic

By Erickson, Matt, R.

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Title: The Patriot Quest : To Restore Our American Republic  
Author: Erickson, Matt, R.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of America
Collections: History, Authors Community
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Publisher: Patriot Corps
Member Page: Matt Erickson


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While Patriots repeatedly complain that progressives ignore the U.S. Constitution with impunity, Patriot Quest shows in reality that there is only strict construction of the Constitution, and those who act contrary to the spirit of the Constitution are, surprisingly, the ones who necessarily hold its letter up to its strictest terms. To back up that claim, Patriot Quest examines the precedent-setting 1871 Supreme Court case which first upheld paper currencies as legal tender (despite earlier court rulings which upheld a legal tender of only gold and silver coin). Understanding how the federal government acts in this particular case actually allows Patriots to understand how government acts "in all Cases whatsoever" with arbitrary power which has defied all previous attempts to limit it. With the knowledge of how omnipotent government has been successful to date, a blueprint may thankfully be formed to finally Restore Our American Republic once and for all; to reclaim limited government operating again under strict construction of the whole Constitution, the likes of which America has not seen for 150 years.

Patriot Quest pulls back the curtain covering Government By Deception Through Redefinition, showing HOW the federal government seemingly ignores the U.S. Constitution with impunity. With an accurate diagnosis of the central problem facing liberty-minded Americans, the path to Restore Our American Republic is listed.

The Golden Rule of American Government, which Patriots disregard to their peril, is that no one entrusted with the exercise of federal authority is empowered to change the extent of that authority (only ratified amendments change the Constitution [and only the States are empowered, by Article V of the U.S. Constitution, to ratify amendments]). Two crucial implications necessarily follow: 1. Since no federal action has therefore actually ever changed the Constitution, the Constitution of original intent remains fully intact, except as modified by the 27 Amendments which the States have ratified to date. 2. Since the federal government cannot change its power, the nearly unlimited discretion federal authorities have long-exercised must therefore necessarily come from somewhere within their delegated powers.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1. The Golden Rule 1 Chapter 2. Legal Tender Paper Currencies 15 The Legal Tender Cases; Passage Number One 19 The Legal Tender Cases; Passage Number Two 25 Chapter 3. In all Cases whatsoever 41 Chapter 4. The Bank of the United States 57 Chapter 5. Arbitrary Government 61


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