No, Harvard Law School does not require the reading or study of the U.S. Constitution. Don’t take our word for it. Watch this two minute video from Harvard Law Graduate E.W. Jackson, candidate for U.S. Senate in Virginia, and hear it from an eye witness.
You see, rather than read the Constitution; it would appear that they would rather that law students read court cases ABOUT the Constitution. With so many of our lawmakers being lawyers, it should be no mystery that our government does not adhere to the Constitution. But, didn’t they take an oath to it? Yes, but they also swear an oath and join the BAR to practice law. As an officer of the court, they have an allegiance to the judicial system and therefore divided loyalties.
How can you serve both the letter of the Constitution and at the same time abide judicial rulings that are not in line with the provisions of that Constitution? Which do they ultimately side with? Look around. Which does it look like? Try and find an authority over education, light bulbs, backyard ponds, retirement accounts, healthcare, local law enforcement, energy, septic tanks, firearms, vitamins and milk in the US Constitution. Yet the federal government has assumed power over all of these and more.
Why do our representatives abide this abuse of power? Because as lawyers they have agreed to abide by what a judge says rather than what the highest law in the land says. It is time for this to stop. E.W. Jackson says he will fight to make it stop. With our help, he just might get the chance to do that in the U.S. Senate.