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Through the Constitution with Douglas V. Gibbs The 16th Amendment established an allowance for Congress to enact direct taxation. The same year the Federal Reserve Act went into action. The Progressive Era gained full steam in 1913, followed shortly after by the 17th Amendment. Direct taxation was never supposed to be enacted, and it was a political game connected to the Bailey Bill that created the environment needed to "soak the rich." As for the Federal Reserve Act, the democrats split the republican vote to achieve their dream of private international bankers issuing, and manipulating, American currency. The more things change, the more they stay the same. Join Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio as he journeys through the United States Constitution. We study the concepts, principles, and direct text of the U.S. Constitution from the original point of view of the Founding Fathers. New episodes each Sunday Morning at 9:00 am Pacific Time. Go to Constitution Study Radio for all podcasts of past episodes. Doug's book, 25 Myths of the United States Constitution is available on Amazon, and CreateSpace.
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Lesson 12: Concerning the States After completing the three branches of government, now it is time to turn to the States. . . beginning with Full Faith and Credit. Join Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio as he journeys through the... more

Lesson 11: Judicial Branch The Judicial Branch is supposed to be the weakest branch of the federal government. The judiciary was established by Article III. Join Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio as he journeys through the United States... more

Lesson 10: Executive Branch Last week we discussed the Executive Branch being established, and the Electoral College. Today, we tackle Eligiblity. . . and the definition of Natural Born Citizen. Join Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio as... more

Lesson 10: Executive Branch Last week we wrapped up the legislative branch by discussing the prophibitions to the States. Now, we will discuss the executive branch, from the presidency being established, to the authorities granted. Join... more

Lesson 09: Legislative Authorities - Prohibitions to the State Governments The States created the Constitution in order to protect, preserve and promote the union, and State sovereignty. They also realized the States needed to be... more

Lesson 09: Legislative Authorities - Prohibitions to the Federal Government Last week we discussed federal land ownership, the necessary and proper clause, and the beginning of Article I, Section 9 (with an emphasis on immigration).... more

Lesson 09: Legislative Authorities part 3 - Making Law - Enumerated Powers - Prohibitions to the Federal Government - Prohibitions to the States Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio, Constitution Radio on KCAA 1050AM, and the... more

Lesson 09: Legislative Authorities part 2 - Making Law - Enumerated Powers - Prohibitions to the Federal Government - Prohibitions to the States Join Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio, Constitution Radio on KCAA 1050AM, and the... more

During the first part of today's show we will wrap up Lesson 08 by discussing Article I, Section 6: Compensation, Privileges, Restrictions. Then, we will begin the very long Lesson 09, making this episode "part 1" of a series that... more

Lesson 08: Legislative Branch - Legislative Powers - House of Representatives - U.S. Senate - Elections - Procedure - Compensation, Privileges, Restrictions Join Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio, Constitution Radio on KCAA 1050AM,... more
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