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    Constitution Study Radi0: Lesson 25, Prohibition (Amdts 18, 21)

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    Prohibition


    Amendment 18 was ratified January 16, 1919, bringing the prohibition of alcohol to America. The amendment was repealed by Amendment 21, December 5, 1933.


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    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 24 -Losing State Representation in Congress

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    The 17th Amendment removed State representation in the federal government, centralizing the government in Washington, and diminishing the voice of the States.  Ratified during the progressive era, the amendment changed the dynamics of the American System, opening a path for tyranny in the central government.  By eliminating the States' ability to participate in the federal government, it removed their influence regarding their own interests, and introduced ideology into the Senate, placing the powers of advise and consent into the hands of directly elected officials.


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  • 00:13

    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 23 - Income Tax and the Federal Reserve

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    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.


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  • 00:28

    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 22 - Civil War Amendments

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    The 13th Amendment abolished slavery, and the 15th Amendment protects the right to vote regardless of "race, color, or previous condition of servitude."  The 14th Amendment is where we will spend most of our time today, discussing the citizenship clause, the due process clause and the equal protection clause.


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  • 00:18

    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 21, Amendment 12, Electoral Procedures

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    The 12th Amendment changed the procedure for electing the President and Vice President originally provided for in Article II, Section 1, Clause 3.


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  • 00:23

    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 20, Amendment 11, Limiting the Courts

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    Chisolm v. Georgia revealed that the courts were trying to seize more power, and the people, and the States, needed to futher limit the Judicial Branch.  The 11th Amendment applies those limitations.


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  • 00:30

    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 19, Amdts 9 & 10 - Rights not Enumerated/Powers

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    Laws of Nature and of Nature's God.  Rights are God-given, and powers to the federal government were given by the States, all other authorities are reserved to the States


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  • 00:31

    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 18 - Standing Army, Legal System (Amdts 3-8)

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    The founders feared standing armies and activist judges.  Our protection against standing armies begins in the Second Amendment and concludes in the Third Amendment.  The right to due process is a standard bearer in relation to the American legal system.  Amendments 4-8 addresses your legal rights.


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  • 00:31

    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 17 - Second Amendment

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    Constitution Study Radio, Lesson 17: Second Amendment - The Right to Keep and Bear Arms.


    The right to bear arms is the right that protects all of the other rights.  Without the right to keep and bear arms, all of the other rights are in danger of being compromised by government.


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    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 16, First Amendment

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    First Amendment

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abreidging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.


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    Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 15, Introduction to the Bill of Rights

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    Bill of Rights: Introduction


    The Bill of Rights were originally intended only to apply to the federal government, but as time passed, partially through the Equal Protection Clause in the 14th Amendment, and partially through the incorporation of the Bill of Rights to the States by the courts, the original intent has changed.  Is that constitutional?  Is there a danger present in changing the authorities of the Bill of Rights?  Listen for the answer.


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