Judicial ‘sappers and miners’ undermined the constitutional fabric of the nation

The ink was barely dry on the final draft of the Constitution before the judicial “sappers and miners” had begun undermining the constitutional fabric of the nation. That partial quote, pulled from Thomas Jefferson’s letter to Thomas Ritchie in 1820, described what Jefferson saw the federal judiciary was already becoming less than 30 years after the Constitution was ratified.

Ebola and flu protection 101: Preserve your life and liberty with peak immunity

It could be argued that nothing steals our liberty more than being in poor health – because poor health and illness prevent us from reaching our potential and doing all that we want and need to do – and nothing causes poor health more than poor diet and dependence upon the medical-industrial complex and its “cures.”