On this website, my mobile friendly website dianevann.net, and in my book, Undermining the U.S. Constitution, I include the entire text of Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto and an overview of the United Nations' Agenda 21 (the globalists' Communist Manifesto of 1992). Both documents were written for opposers of the Constitution of the United States.
My purposes are:
1. to explain why and how the leadership of the Democratic Party (the Party of Slavery: Past and Future) embraces communism (extremist socialism);
2. to spur patriots who respect the Constitution and appreciate the American Dream to fight the Democratic Party and the Republican Party's globalists through both education and the ballot box.
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The last edition of Undermining the U.S. Constitution is published by LitFire.
The first edition was published in 2012 by AuthorHouse with the title How the Communist Manifesto of 1848 Blueprints the Actions of the Democratic Party and President Obama Today. In a later edition in 2012, I moved the way-too-long title to subtitle and renamed it Undermining the U.S. Constitution.
A copy of the edition published by AuthorHouse March 13, 2015 was placed in the Washington, DC mail boxes of U.S. House Members and Delegates on May 8, 2015 and U.S. Senators on May 11, 2015.
The 2017 edition, published by both LitFire and AuthorHouse, was the first without the word "Today" at the end of the subtitle, removed because President Obama was no longer in office. LitFire's 2017 edition was added to in 2019 and is currently available on Amazon (link above).
Contrary to revisionist history that it was in 1619, the United States of America began with the implementation of the United States Constitution in 1789, following its formal confirmation or ratification June 21, 1788 by enough of the existing states (9 of the 13). Three branches of government were established by the U.S. Constitution. The first two, legislative and executive, were composed of elected officials. The third branch, judicial, was composed of judges who would make certain that every action of the first two branches stayed within the framework of the U.S. Constitution.
In the first 100 years, the number of judges in the U.S. Supreme Court ranged from five to twelve, until the number nine was tried in 1869 and proved to work best. Changing the number nine for the sake of any political party's agenda would remove the court's effectiveness at providing checks and balances against the abuse of power by the other two branches and jeopardize the integrity of the U.S. Constitution.
Information from the brochure for www.KeepNine.org includes that:
1. The wording of the proposed 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is "The Supreme Court of the United States Shall Be Composed of Nine Justices."
2. The Keep Nine Coalition is a bipartisan citizens movement to "preserve an Independent Supreme Court for future generations."
3. "The bipartisan 'Keep Nine' Amendment was first introduced by a Democrat in the U.S. House and a Republican in the U.S. Senate."
4. "Court packing would be a disaster for America." The "Keep Nine" Amendment would ban court packing.
5. "Court packing would be a law passed by Congress to increase the number of Supreme Court Justices so the Court would do more of what Congress wants."
6."Court packing would make the Supreme Court a virtual puppet of politicians in Washington."
7. "It would weaken checks and balances on the abuse of power by a future President or Congress."
8. "It would undermine the respect for the rule of law that protects our Constitutional rights and freedoms."
9. "It would weaken the ability of the Court to resolve divisive issues in ways that are accepted by all."
10. "Ask your elected officials where they stand on the 'Keep Nine' Amendment."
11. "Ask your friends to do the same."
To become the 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, a text must be supported by 2/3 of the members of the U.S. House of Representatives and 2/3 of the members of the U.S. Senate, and then be ratified by 3/4 of the states. "Just as pressure from voters and states forced Congress to propose Amendments for a Woman's Right to Vote, and Presidential Term Limits, similar pressure can force Congress to propose and states to ratify the 'Keep Nine' Amendment."
To learn more about Hillsdale's revival of K-12 education, how to implement it in home schooling and charter schools, visit K12.hillsdale.edu.