Sometimes the words and concepts of the Constitution can be confusing,
Sometimes the words and concepts of the Constitution can be confusing, but when we apply simple analogies they become crystal clear.
For instance, if a mechanic and a car owner have a dispute over how much to pay for a car repair what do they do? They look to their contract! Or, if a skinny boy wants to become a buff bodybuilder, what condition must he meet? He must lift weights! What do these analogies have to do with the Supremacy Clause? That’s what this presentation will help you discover! (I’ll give you a hint: The Constitution is the “contract” of our land and should be looked to in disputes. And, if a federal law wants to become the supreme law of our land, it must meet the condition of following the Constitution).
In this presentation you’ll have fun learning the powerful principles of freedom found in the Constitution and you’ll find out why the Supremacy Clause is one of the Five Clauses Everyone Should Know!
Here is a short clip from Part 2 – The Supremacy Clause.
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