Constitutional Liberty

Understanding Constitutional Liberty

To understand Constitutional Liberty, we must first understand the Declaration of Independence, which acts as the framework upon which the Constitution was built.

In business terms, the Declaration of Independence is like the articles of incorporation, telling who we are and what we are about. The Consitution is like the by-laws, describing how the business will operate.

We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed

The Declaration of Independence includes four essential principles that hold our freedom firmly in place:

1. Self-evident truths / Truth is real – The undeniable fact that moral absolutes exist.

2. Endowed by our Creator – Our unalienable right to individual liberty and freedom comes from God.

3. Consent of the governed – We have a voice in our government.

4. The pursuit of happiness – The importance of free enterprise to our freedom.

The term “American Exceptionalism” was coined because the standard model of government in 1776 was based on the idea that power flowed from God directly to the King… and then to the people. But the American model of government reversed the last two so that power flows from God directly to the people… and then limited power is given to the government only as the people deem appropriate.

Because if the government does not give us our rights, then the government cannot rightfully take them away.

Thomas Jefferson even noted that the firm basis of liberty was for people to remember that liberty is a gift from God.

Additionally, six immutable principles are found in the Declaration of Independence that are the very foundation of Constitutional liberty:

1. There is a Divine Creator.

Believing in a divine Creator is the first step toward limited government because nothing can impose limits if the government is all-supreme.

If God is not in the national equation, then government becomes god.

2. Unalienable Rights Come from God.

Every person has a set of rights given by the Creator, not government, which government has no authority to interfere with.

3. Government Exists to Protect Unalienable Rights.

Government is not here to provide for us but to protect us while we go out and produce. The more government provides for us, the less prosperous we are because we have less initiative.

4. There is a Fixed Moral Law.

A lack of a fixed moral law leads to anarchy, where every person gets to decide for themselves what is right and wrong, and the powerful control the weak. John Quincy Adams called this “the law of the tiger and the shark.”

5. The Consent of the Governed (the Majority’s Will).

This principle only follows the principles stating that there are unalienable rights and a fixed moral law. The consent of the governed does not overrule these fundamental truths.

6. The People’s Right to Change Their Government.

Because government comes from the people, we can change our government in any way needed if the first five principles are violated.

In plain terms, Constitutional liberty means you have the right to live your life however you see fit so long as you don’t infringe or endanger the life, liberty, and property of others… and there’s nothing the government can do about it.

It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the Providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor.

-George Washington


Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any others.

-John Adams

The World Economic Forum
is A Real Threat to America and
Constitutional Liberty

The WEF’s message to America and the rest of the world is clear: “you will own nothing and be happy.”

If you are unfamiliar with the WEF and The Great Reset, I highly recommend you check out the video below.

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