Oct 21

Proposed Constitutional Amendment “Scalia Amendment”

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untitled-1In this government of the people, by the people, for the people, the United States Supreme Court shall be without the power to abridge, alter or amend the legislative power granted exclusively to Congress pursuant to Article I Section 1 of the United States Constitution.

The constitutionality of any federal law passed by the Congress shall be determined by the peoples’ representatives in the Congress themselves, subject only to the veto power of the President. A law so passed and signed by the President is then a valid constitutional law, there being no power under the Constitution given to the United States Supreme Court or lesser courts to “interpret” that law so as to amend, alter or abridge the law. Any authority of the United States Supreme Court or lesser courts to interpret the constitutionality of a law, federal or state, is hereby canceled.

As an unelected politically appointed body*, the United States Supreme Court and lesser federal courts are not empowered to revise state or federal laws. The United States Supreme Court and lesser federal courts shall also be without power to abridge, alter or amend the authority of the states to govern their citizens pursuant to the power to do so conferred by the Ninth (9th) and Tenth (10th) Amendments to the Constitution.

When a state law conflicts with a federal law of the same nature, the federal law shall govern.
Click Here To Download PDF of Full Proposed Amendment.

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