Part 6 – The Treaty Law Clause

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 group of mechanic shops gets together and makes an agreement among themselves that they will charge each customer who comes to their shop $10,000 for an engine overhaul whether they need it or not, what happens if all I want my shop to do is change out my oil? What does this analogy have to do with the treaty Law Clause? That’s what this presentation will help you discover! (I’ll give you a hint: Treaties among nations must comply with the Constitution otherwise they violate the people’s rights since the federal government is elected by the people and accountable to them, not to the other nations involved in the treaty.)

In this presentation you’ll have fun learning the powerful principles of freedom found in the Constitution and you’ll find out why the Treaty Law Clause is one of the Five Clauses Everyone Should Know!

Here’s Part 6 – The Treaty Law Clause – of the Constitution Bee:

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