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Our rule of law; our path to victory


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By Stanley Zir at Renew America

Thomas Jefferson stated, “An enlightened citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of a republic. Self-government is not possible unless the citizens are educated sufficiently to enable them to exercise oversight. It is therefore imperative that the nation see to it that a suitable education be provided for all its citizens.” I add to that, “We the People” must become an enlightened citizenry to America’s just purpose and noble cause there is no other way to unite as a force of one to defeat the propaganda of our enemy’s perverse ideologies.

President-elect Trump is about to place his hand on his family bible and take the oath of office to the highest and most prestigious elected seat in the world. He will utter the words that will be the cornerstone of his administration as he swears to uphold and protect The Constitution from enemies, both foreign and domestic.

While the world will focus on the pomp and circumstance surrounding this pivotal moment, filled with entertainment, parades, speeches and ballroom galas, nothing will be as compelling or as historic as those words he pronounces “to protect the Constitution.”

Why? Because it is not just the recitation of a script or posing for the front cover of a national magazine. It is his pledge to Washington, his redress to King George, it is his battle for America and the one thread that weaves together every President from George Washington forward. For years I thought about this act of swearing in the new President. What exactly is the President pledging to? Isn’t it a relatively symbolic ritual?

The answer came to me one day and everything

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