The three branches of government were created to protect the life, liberty and the property of the people. Unfortunately the three branches that were created to protect us have become the number one usurper of our God given rights.
Our nation is in peril because the Constitution is being violated every day by the men and women that serve in all three branches of government.
Those that should be the guardians of our liberty have become the greatest threat to our peace, prosperity and freedom. Congress was created to make laws that would promote liberty and individual responsibility.
Today Congress has become a become a bureaucratic nightmare. Instead of protecting our rights they have become the authors of tyranny. The Supreme Court which was established to defend the Constitution has been changing the meaning of the Constitution by interpreting it. Contrary to popular belief the Constitution did not give the Supreme Court the authority to interpret the Constitution.
The Congress was intended to be the arbiter of the Constitution and not the Supreme Court. Every two years "We the People" have the opportunity to vote out of office those members of the House of Representatives that fail to properly interpret the Constitution.
The Constitution grants no legislative powers to the President. The President has no authority to issue Executive Orders that effect the lives of the American people. Every Executive Order issued is a violation of the Constitution. The three branches of government were created to protect the people, but over the years the Legislative,
Executive and Judicial Branches of government have become a three headed monster that serves the interest of the financial elite and holds the rest of us in a state of perpetual bondage. The ultimate Judge of those serving in the three branches of government is "We the People" and as long as we tolerate incompetence, that is exactly what we will receive. Until "We the People" hold our public officials accountable the peace, prosperity and freedom we once enjoyed will be nothing more that a distant memory.