Aug 12, 2015

ALERT: Another Constitutional Crises | RedFlagNews.com

by Michael Connelly, U.S. Constitutional Attorney Since Barack Hussein Obama became President of the United States it seems that we have been a constant state of Constitutional crisis. He has repeatedly violated his oath of office, ignored the Constitutional balance of powers by bypassing Congress in order to rewrite or make new laws, and ignoring rulings by the courts. He has sought...

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