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After The Constitution - Too Many Laws

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After The Constitution

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On this episode I discuss the fact that there are too many laws in the United States. The U.S. is the most litigious society on the planet. There are more lawyers per capita in the United States than in any other country. I define the roles of the Executive and Judicial arms of a Self-Protectorate and provide background on how they can balance and check each other along with a well regulated seclection system (that is each state officer must be simultaneously elected and appointed). The last part of the show delves into understanding perceived value in preparation for continued discussion on the Mark of the Beast.