Essay

All Enemies Foreign and Domestic

It is not only the President’s responsibility, but every citizen’s obligation to defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic, and I do not care what my Church or Priest says or your Minister or your Rabbi or your Imam says.  There is no law above the Constitution here in the United States. Freedom of Religion obligates me to defend your right to worship, but it does not obligate me to support your interpretation of your religion or the attempt to enforce your religious doctrines in countermanding the Constitution. Sharia Law is not above the Constitution of the United States, and any attempt to sustain misogyny in the name of religious freedom cannot be tolerated. Rhetorical defense is the most potent form of defending the Constitution.

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