The U.S. Constitution’s View of Authority, the 2 Methods to Setup a Government, the Concept of Inalienable Rights, Firearm Ownership in the U.S., Firearm Ownership Worldwide, Annual Homicide Rate in the U.S., the U.S. Government Based Upon the 13th Century Magna Carta, Governmental Ideas Exported Abroad and Imported Into the U.S., and the Swiss Motto of Perseverance

The US Constitution states that the power handed to the people was handed by God and that the people lend it to the government. There are 2 ways to setup and frame a government when establishing one. The first is to setup a “do not do” list which lists everything a government cannot do which would be incredibly long. The second is to setup a “can do” list which lists everything a government can, should, and will do. Governments are setup so that some rights are inalienable and provided by God as...

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