Proposed Revision to US Constitution, incomplete

Proposals for what should be included in a newly revised Constitution of the United States of America PRESENTED AS A OUTLINE OF PARTS OF THE NEW CONSTITUTION

We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men and women are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness, and that with rights come responsibility. Within all territories and states that comprise the United States of America the individual Rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happyness will always be respected to the extent that showing respect to the rights to pursue life, liberty and the pursuit of happyness do not constitute a danger to the stability of the local community that the individual is a part of, the state that the individual is a resident of, or the republic for which this Constitution of the United States of America stands.


Employees of the Government of the United States of America, and Law Enforcement Officers at the level of the local government, and state government will be held to standards in which showing continuous respect to the right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happyness from the perspective of the employees will be set aside in favor of ensuring that the men and women who serve as both Law Enforcement Officers at the local and state level of government and all Employees of United States of America to include all Departments of the United States of America show respect for the rights of the men and women for whom they serve to the extent that doing so does not jeopardize the welfare of the republic for which this Constitution of the United States of America stands. Inside of regions within the boundaries of the United States of America that have been defined as a Federal Disaster Area by ether the man or woman serving as the President of the United States of America, or a Governor of a state in which the Governor has been elected to serve as that state’s governor has declared a region within their area of responsibility to be a Federal Disaster Area both publically and openly, the inalienable rights to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happyness shall be set aside in favor of resolving the disaster until the individual whether Governor or President who declared a region within their area of responsibility to be a Federal Disaster Area has declared both publically and openly that the disaster has been resolved and that the area previously defined as a Federal Disaster Area is no longer a Federal Disaster Area.


A new and revised Constitution of the United States of America should include Department Provisions for major agencies that the Congress of the United States of America has authorized as either Federal Agencies or Congressionally Authorized Departments of the United States of America as to Constitutionally Mandated limits on the powers of Departments of the United States of America. The newly revised version of the Constitution of the United States of America should limit the authority of the Supreme Court of the United States of America to rendering judgments within the boundaries of the powers and responsibilities given in this newly revised Constitution of the United States of America.



Proposals for Constitutionally Mandated Departments of the United States Government


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Department of Justice of the United States of America is the Department of the United States of America in which all law enforcement agencies of the United States of America exist within with responsibility to establish laws from the perspective of promoting stability of the United States of America and promoting stability within the states that comprise the United States of America with power to establish laws that apply to all individuals who are employed by a Department of the United States of America, or individuals employed by agencies and departments established by the Congress of the United States of America with power to establish laws that apply to both to individuals employed by a law enforcement agency and law enforcement agencies of a state or subdivision of a state that comprises the states that make up the United States of America that supersedes the constitutional rights established by the individual states that comprise the United States of America provided that the laws established by the Department of Justice of the United States of America are declared both publically and openly at time of establishment. Department of Justice of the United States of America does not have the power to establish laws that apply to individuals employed by law enforcement agencies or law enforcement agencies of the many states that comprise the United States of America that would prevent a individuals employed by a law enforcement agency or a law enforcement agency from enforcing laws which have been established by a state government or a subdivision of a state government unless the law passed by the state government or subdivision of a state government conflicts with the rights established in this Constitution of the United States of America or conflicts with the powers and responsibilities granted to individual Departments of the United States of America in this Constitution of the United States of America. Department of Justice of the United States of America does not have the power to establish laws that conflict with the constitutionally established responsibilities and powers of the individual Departments of the United States of America. Department of Justice of the United States of America has power to establish laws that affect individuals employed by Departments of the United States of America as well as individuals employed by Agencies and Departments established by the Congress of the United States of America for the purpose of ensuring that Departments of the United States of America and Agencies established by the Congress of the United States of America operate within the powers and responsibilities established in this Constitution of the United States of America for the individual Department of the United States of America that the individual is employed by. Department of Justice of the United States of America does not have power to establish laws that affect individuals who are not employed by a Department of the United States of America, individuals who are not employed by a department or agency established by Congress or a and the Department of Justice does not have power to enact laws that apply to to both individuals employed by a law enforcement agency and a law enforcement agency of a state or subdivision of a state that comprises the many states that make up the United States of America. Department of Justice of the United States of America does not have the power to establish laws that affect individuals employed by Departments of the United States of America and Agencies and Departments established by the Congress of the United States of America who are operating within the powers and responsibilities established by this Constitution of the United States of America. Department of Justice of the United States of America has power and responsibility to enforce bills passed into law by the Congress of the United States of America and bills that have been passed into Law by the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America provided that the bills passed into law do not conflict with rights established in this Constitution of the United States of America or with the powers and responsibilities of the individual Departments of the United States of America. Department of Justice has power to enforce laws that have been put into place by the Department of Justice if the laws put into place by the Department of Justice have not been repealed both 60% of both houses of the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America unless 80% of the representatives that comprise the Board of Representatives that represent the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America overturn the decision of the President of the United States of America and the Congress of the United States of America within 60 days of the President of the United States of America and both houses of the Congress of the United States of America to repeal the individual law put into place by the Department of Justice and the laws put into place by the Department of Justice do not conflict with rights established by this Constitution of the United States of America and that the laws established by the Department of Justice of the United States of America do not conflict with the responsibilities and powers of individual Departments of the United States of America. Department of Justice does not have power to enforce laws that have been repealed by 80% of the representatives to the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) Department of Justice has power to put laws into place that are identical in function to a law that has been repealed by both 60% of both houses of the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America or the repealed by 80% of the representatives of the Board of Representatives that Represent the Governors of the States that Comprise the United States of America no earlier than 10 years after a law that is identical in function to a law that has been repealed by both 60% of both houses of the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America or the repealed by 80% of the representatives of the Board of Representatives that Represent the Governors of the States that Comprise the United States of America. Department of Justice does not have power to put laws into place that are identical in function to a law that has been repealed by both 60% of both houses of the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America or repealed by 80% of the representatives of the Board of Representatives that Represent the Governors of the States that Comprise the United States of America earlier than 10 years after a law that is identical in function to a law that has been repealed by both 60% of both houses of the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America or the repealed by 80% of the representatives of the Board of Representatives that Represent the Governors of the States that Comprise the United States of America. Department of Justice of the United States of America does not have power to enforce laws in which the power to enforce the laws has not been provided in this Constitution of the United States of America. Department of Justice of the United States of America does not have power to establish laws in which the laws established are not declared both publically and openly at the time of establishment. Department of Justice of the United States of America has responsibility to define how Law enforcement Agencies of the United States of America interact with the various law enforcement agencies employed by the individual states or subdivisions of the states that comprise the United States of America. Department of Justice of the United States of America has responsibility to provide oversight of Departments of the United States of America and law enforcement agencies employed by the states that comprise the states and subdivisions of states that comprise the United States of America. The Congress of the United States of America has responsibility to review all laws put into place by the Department of Justice, the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America have power to repeal laws established by the Department of Justice of the United States of America if 60% of Congress and the President of the United States of America agree both publically and openly that the law put into place by Department of Justice should be repealed. Board of Representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors) have responsibility to review laws passed by the Department of Justice of the United States of America, Board of Representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors) have power to repeal laws put into place by Department of Justice if 80 percent of the representatives that comprise the Board of Representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors) agree both publically and openly that the law should be repealed. Board of Representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors) have responsibility to review decisions made by the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America in relationship to repealing laws put into place by Department of Justice, Board of Representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors) have power to overturn decisions made by the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America if 80% of the representatives that comprise the Board of Representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America (board of Governors) agree both publicly and openly that the decision to repeal the law put into place by the Department of Justice should be overturned within 60 days of the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America making the Decision to repeal the law put into place by the Department of Justice of the United States of America. Department of Treasury has responsibility to provide funding to Department of Justice, Department of Treasury does not have power to provide funding to Department of Justice beyond funding limits established by the Congress of the United States of America unless the Congress of the United States of America sets funding limits that create conditions in which the Department of Justice is unable to see to responsibilities given to the Department of Justice in this Constitution of the United States of America. In instances in which there is dispute between funding allocated by the Congress of the United States of America the ability of Department of Justice to see to responsibilities given to Department of Justice by this Constitution of the United States of America the Judicial Branch of the United States of America has responsibility to act as arbitrator between the Congress of the United States of America and the Department of Justice of the United States of America in instances related to funding limits that apply to individual employees of the Department of Justice as well as funding limits that apply to the Department of Justice as a whole. The Judicial Branch of the United States of America has responsibility to hear requests for arbitration within 30 days of request for arbitration from the Department of Justice, and to schedule all appeals that derive from a request for arbitration no later than 30 days from the date the appeal was requested. The Judicial branch of the United States of America has power to set aside all other business to see to responsibilities related to to hear requests for arbitration within 30 days of request for arbitration from the Department of Justice, and to schedule all appeals that derive from a request for arbitration no later than 30 days from the date the appeal was requested.


  2. Department of The Federal Reserve of the United States of America has power to regulate the monetary supply of the financial currency of the United States of America with responsibility for determining the amount of currency that is to be in circulation from the perspective of ensuring stability in the value of the underlying currency of the United States of America. Department of the Federal Reserve of the United States of America does not have the power to manage the Currencies of the United States of America in a manner calculated to cause instability in the value of the currencies of the United States of America. Department of the Federal Reserve of the United States of America has power and responsibility to provide direct financial funding to Departments of the United States of America in which this Constitution of the United States of America has specifically given responsibility to the Department of The Federal Reserve of the United States of America to provide direct funding. Department of the Federal Reserve of the United States of America does not have power to provide direct funding to Departments of the United States of America in instances in which responsibility to provide direct funding to the Departments of the United States of America is not specified in this Constitution of the United States of America.


  3. Department of Homeland Security has power and responsibility to provide for monitoring of all Departments of the United States of America, as well as departments and agencies established by the Congress of the United States of America. Department of Homeland Security has power and responsibility to provide for monitoring of all law enforcement agencies of the states and subdivisions of the many states that comprise the United States of America. Department of Homeland Security does not have power to install monitoring devices. Department of Homeland Security does not have power to monitor men and women who are not employed by the United States of America or are not employed by a law enforcement agency of any state or subdivision of a state that is part of the many states that comprise the United States of America. Department of Homeland Security has responsibility to coordinate with Department of Justice of the United States of America for the purpose of seeing to the installation of Monitoring Devices in any facility operated by a Department of the United States of America, any facility operated by a department or agency authorized by the Congress of the United States of America, or any facility operated by a law enforcement agency of any of the states or subdivisions of the many states that make up the United States of America. The Department of Homeland Security has responsibility and obligation to provide other Departments of the United States with results of information obtained from monitoring the Departments of the United States of America in all instances in which providing the information provides for the Defense of the Constitution of the United States of America and the Republic for which the Constitution of the United States of America Stands.

  4. Department of Population Management has responsibility to manage the population growth of the United States of America in order to encourage the growth of portions of the population of the United States of America that are economically productive while discouraging the growth of portions of the population of the United States population through funding of incentive programs to provide for permit birth control of individuals who are unlikely to be able to care for and raise a child in a manner that is likely to produce a adult who is economically productive to include programs that have direct incentives for individuals (both male and female) that are not likely to be economically productive to undergo permit birth control in addition to providing for subsidized living. Department of Population Management has responsibility to pursue goal of to ensuring that all Citizens of the United States of America have access to food, water, shelter, basic medical care, and basic dental care, Department of Population Management has power to regulate licensing procedures for medical services providers and dental services providers in pursuit of goal of ensuring that all American Citizens have access to food, water, shelter, basic medical care, and basic dental care. Department of Population Management will have responsibility to produce pharmaceutical grade chemically addictive drugs for portions of the population in metropolitan areas which have been designated as areas being managed for the purpose of managing individuals who are not likely to produce economically productive children and are addicted to chemically addictive drugs for sale at cost of manufacturing at retail establishments in regions no smaller than a metropolitan area that have been designated by the Department of Population Management in which the population of the Metropolitan Area is being managed for the purpose of managing individuals who are chemically dependent to chemically addictive drugs. Department of Population Management has responsibility to designate no more than 10 metropolitan areas as metropolitan areas that are being managed for the purpose of managing portions of the population that are not likely to produce economically productive children and are addicted to chemically addictive substances however Department of Population Management does not have power to designate a Metropolitan Area as a Metropolitan Area that is being managed for the purpose of managing portions of the population that are not likely to produce economically productive children and are addicted to chemically addictive substances without 60% of the representatives that comprise the Board of Representatives that represent the Governors of the many states that comprise the United States of America agreeing and declaring the Metropolitan area to be a Metropolitan Area that is being managed for the purpose of managing portions of the population that are not likely to produce economically productive children and are addicted to chemically addictive substances. Department of Population Management has sole responsibility to create laws and regulations in line with the objective of Managing the Population of Chemically Dependent individuals with the goal of ensuring that all individuals within a area that is being managed by the Department of Population Management in Metropolitan Areas that have been designated as areas that are being managed for the purpose of managing individuals who are not likely to produce economically productive children and are addicted to chemically addictive drugs which will supersede both laws of the state that the area that is being managed by the Department of Population Management is located at and laws passed by the Congress of the United States of America unless 60% of both houses of the United States Congress votes to remove a law enacted by the Department of Population Management . Department of Population Management is specifically prohibited from implementing direct measures to destroy portions of the population of the United States of America. The Department of the Federal Reserve of the United States of America has direct funding responsibility to directly fund the Department of Population Management up to a funding limit of 15% of the total amount of funds that the United States Congress allocates for spending on a annual basis from freshly generated funds.

  5. Department of The United States Marine Corps should be constitutionally defined as a Department of the United States Government that operates under the Department of the Navy with responsibilities that include responsibilities to the United States Navy and responsibility that exist outside of the Department of The United States Marine Corps responsibilities to the Department of the Navy as defined in this Constitution of the United States of America. The Department of The United States Marine Corps has the power to maintain a fighting force of at least 200,000 Marines, the Department of the United States Marine Corps does not have power to maintain a fighting force of more than 300,000 Marines. The Department of the United States Marine Corps is to be defined as both a Maritime Fighting Force that has responsibility both to the Department of the United States Navy and a Interior Fighting Force that has responsibility to Defend and Protect the Constitution of the United States of America and to defend the Republic for with the Constitution of the United States of America Stands from all enemies, whether foreign or domestic. Department of the United States Marine Corps responsibility to the Department of the Navy while conducting maritime operations outside of the United States of America and to the Board of Representatives that represent the Governors of the States that Comprise the United States of America while conducting operations inside the borders of the United States of America. The Department of The United States Marine Corps has responsibility to maintain stability of the Republic that the Constitution of the United States of America stands for to include maintaining stability inside of all states that comprise the United States of America in areas that have been defined as a Federal Disaster Area by a Governor of any one of the states that comprise the United States of America or areas that have been identified as a Federal Disaster Area by the President of the United states of America without regard to individual rights or liberties of individuals in the area that has been defined as a Disaster Area, Department of the United States Marine Corps is accountable to the Board of Representatives representing the Governors of the States that comprise the United States of America for all actions taken inside of any of the States that comprise the United States of America . The Department of the United States Marine Corps has responsibility to ensure that Departments of the United States Government do not pose a danger to the Constitution of the United States of America with obligation to initiate direct action against any Department of the United States Government that operates outside of the Department’s responsibilities and obligations as defined by the Constitution of the United States of America provided that the Department of the United States of America that is operating outside of the Department’s responsibilities and obligations poses a direct threat to either the Constitution of the United States of America or the Republic for which the Constitution of the United States of America stands without regard to Civil Liberties of individuals employed by the Department of the United States Government or Federal Agency that the United States Marine Corps is taking action against, Department of the United States Marine Corps is accountable to the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) as a whole for any and all actions initiated against a Department of the United States. Individuals in the United States Marine Corps shall be exempt from criminal prosecution or civil liability for all actions taken provided that actions taken were taken within the geographical boundaries of the United States of America and were in line with Orders given by higher ranking individuals in the individual’s Chain of Command for all individuals serving in the Department of the United States Marine Corps below the rank of Major. All individuals serving in the Department of the United States Marine Corps who hold a rank of Major or above shall be exempt from prosecution in relationship to orders being given and actions taken by individuals under their chain of command unless 2/3 of the Representatives of the Governors of the states that Comprise the United States of America to the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) of the United States of America agree that the action was not necessary for the defiance of the Constitution of the United States of America and the Republic for which the Constitution of the United States of America Stands, or for restoring order in a area that has been designated a Federal Disaster Area within 120 days of the action being taken or orders being given provided that orders given and actions taken relate to actions taken within the geographical borders of the United States of America. Should ⅔ of the Representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America decide that a action taken by a member of the Department of the United States Marine Corps that is a Major or above was not necessary for the defiance of the Constitution of the United States of America or to restore order to a area designated a Federal Disaster Area then the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) as a whole has responsibility to appoint a judge and act as jurors, both publically and openly, for the purpose of rendering a judgment onto the individual's Officer(s) of the United States Marine Corps in which their is no right to appeal or retrial for either party except by pardon issued by the President of the United States of America. Should 80% of the individual members that comprise the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) after hearing testimony and reviewing evidence while acting as jurors judge the Marine officer to be guilty then the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has responsibility to dispense punishments to include involuntary discharge from the United States Marine Corps, imprisonment, and Execution if 80% of the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) decides that the actions taken or orders given by the Marine officer deserve discharge from the Department of the United States Marine Corps, imprisonment, or execution (by firing squad if Marine officer gives consent) or any combination of Discharge from the Department of the United States Marine Corps and imprisonment. The United States Marine Corps has responsibility to render assistance to the Department of Justice and the Federal Agencies contained within the Department of Justice upon request of the Department of Justice or the Federal Agency contained within the Department of Justice with regard to individual civil liberties. Department of Space has responsibility to provide Department of United States Marine Corps with reconsance services upon request within the geographical boundaries of the United States of America, Department of Space has responsibility to prioritize all requests for reconnaissance services within the geographical boundaries of the United States of America above requests from all other services and has responsibility to initiate resonance without regard to rights of those being placed under reconsance and to provide results of reconsance to Department of United States Marine Corps, Department of Justice, Department of the Navy, and Department of Homeland Security. The Department of the United States Marine Corps is not accountable to the Department of Justice, or any Federal, state, or local law enforcement agency, the judicial branch of the United States of America to include the Supreme Court of the United States of America, Department of the United States Marine Corps is accountable to the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) of the United States of America and to Department of the Navy. Department of the United States Marine Corps has responsibility to provide one battalion of at least one hundred United States Marines Marines but no more than one thousand United States Marines of United States Marines to act as a Interior Fighting Force for the purpose of protecting the Capital City of the United States of America, and the President of the United States of America. The battalion of United States Marines who has responsibility for protection the Capital City and the President of the United States of America has responsibility to follow orders given by the President of the United States of America unless those orders conflict with the Department of the United States Marine Corps responsibility to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and the Republic for which the Constitution of the United States of America stands against all enemies both foreign and domestic. The Department of the Federal Reserve of the United States of America has direct funding responsibility to provide funding the Department of United States Marine Corps upon request from the Department of the United States Marine Corps with monetary funding equivalent in value to funding requests from the Department of the United States Marine Corps up to a funding limit equivalent to 10% of the total annual amount of funds that the United States Congress allocates for spending on a annual basis.

  6. Department of Strategic Weapons will have responsibility for the long term storage and production of nuclear and thermonuclear weapons with the objective of having available for use nuclear and thermonuclear weapons that do not produce long term radioactive fallout as a consequence of their use. No other Department of the United States of America or department or agency authorized by the Congress of the United States of America has the power to produce weapons that have the capability to destroy all structures in a circular area more than one mile across. Department of Strategic Weapons will have power to produce nuclear and thermonuclear weapons, Department of Strategic Weapons does not have the power to employ nuclear or thermonuclear weapons outside of a test range. Department of Strategic Weapons does not have the power to produce strategic weapons in which the nuclear or thermonuclear weapon being produced does not minimize to the extent reasonably possible the consequence of long term radiological fallout and other long term negative consequences from the perspective of the inhabitability of the land in which a weapon produced by Department of Strategic Weapons is detonated over. Department of Strategic Weapons will have responsibility to maintain a inventory of no less than two thousand low fallout thermonuclear bombs or cruise missiles with explosive detonation equal to or less than 500 kilotons of dynamite (trinitrotoluene, a commercial explosive) specifically manufactured to minimise the consequences of radioactive fallout. Department of Strategic Weapons will have power to construct or arrange for the construction of all facilities that are used to design, build or store strategic weapons in the custody of Department of Strategic Weapons. Department of Strategic Weapons has power to provide nuclear weapons to Department of Space, the Department of the Navy, and the Department of the Air Force upon approval of at least 60% of Congress and the President of the United States of America for each weapons transfer. Department of Strategic Weapons does not have power to transfer weapons produced by the department of strategic weapons to any other parties than the Department of Space, the Department of the Navy and the Department of the Air Force unless this constitution is amended and ratified by at least 3/4 of the many states that comprise the United States of America. Department of Strategic Weapons does not have power to manufacture strategic weapons at a location in which the facilities are not owned by the Department of Strategic Weapons. Department of strategic weapons does not have power to utilize employees for the purpose of manufacturing the Strategic Weapons are not directly employed by the Department of Strategic Weapons. The Department of the United States Marine Corps, and Department of Strategic Weapons shall have responsibility for providing for accountability of all weapons and major weapon components produced or entrusted to the Department of Strategic Weapons prior to transfer of strategic weapons into the custody of ether the Department of the Navy or the Department of the Air Force. Department of the United States Marine Corps has power to take direct action at any time to ensure the security nuclear and thermonuclear weapons of or to provide for the recovery of all nuclear, thermonuclear and other strategic weapons and major components of all nuclear, thermonuclear and other strategic weapons produced or entrusted to the Department of Strategic Weapons. Department of Strategic Weapons and Department of the United States Marine Corps has power to periodically audit Department of the Air Force and Department of the Navy to provide for accountability of the individual nuclear and thermonuclear weapons entrusted to the Department of the Navy and the Department of the Air Force by both the Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America. The Department of Homeland Security shall have responsibility for actively remotely monitoring all parts of every space within any facility maintained by the Department of Strategic Weapons. Department of The Federal Reserve of the United States of America has power and responsibility to provide funding to Department of Energy to a maximum limit of 10% of the Federal Budget for a Fiscal Year approved by the Congress of the United States of America. Department of Strategic Weapons has responsibility to seek funding from the Congress of the United States of America and the Department of the Treasury if funding provided by Department of the Federal Reserve is insufficient to provide for the responsibilities entrusted to the Department of Strategic Weapons.

  7. Department of Energy will have responsibility for regulating energy production and distribution of all energy products produced in the United States of America. Department of Energy has responsibility to pursue goal of researching and developing Nuclear Reactors designed to produce electricity and process heat using Nuclear Fuels with the objective of developing Nuclear Fuels that can be sustained for a thousand years into the future without putting the general public in substantial danger should the Nuclear Reactor fail. Department of Energy has power to create energy policy for the United States of America from the perspective of conserving resources for future generations while ensuring that all industrial, residential, and military energy needs are met to include imposing taxes and fines on energy production facilities that do not utilize resources from the perspective of conserving resources for future generations while ensuring that taxes and fines do not substantially disrupt the economy. Department of Energy has sole power to manufacture nuclear fuels to include the manufacture of platinum within the borders and territories controlled by the United States of America. Department of Energy does not have power to manufacture nuclear fuels at any facility that is not owned by Department of Energy, Department of Energy does not have power to produce nuclear fuel with individuals who are not employed by the Department of Energy. Department of energy has power to recycle used nuclear fuels, Department of Energy has power to store used nuclear fuels. Department of Energy has responsibility for the manufacture and delivery of nuclear fuels for Commercial, Industrial, military and experimental reactors produced by the Department of Energy. Department of Energy responsibility to provide for recycling and storage of all nuclear waste materials that present a substantial danger to the general public. Department of The Federal Reserve of the United States of America has responsibility to provide funding to Department of Energy to a maximum limit of 10% of the Federal Budget for a Fiscal Year approved by the Congress of the United States of America. Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice and the Department of the United States Marine Corps has responsibility to ensure that the Department of Energy sees to the responsibilities given to the Department of Energy in this Constitution of the United States of America.

  8. Department of State will have responsibility to manage relationships with other countries in a manner that promotes the national security interest of the United States of America as a whole, not from the perspective of protecting the business interests of the United States of America, but from the perspective of the National Security of the United States of America. Department of State has responsibility to pursue a long term policy of presenting nations around the Earth with a choice of implementing population management strategies of their own or being subject to population reduction by the Armed Forces of the United States of America. Department of State has responsibility to negotiate on behalf of all Departments of the United States of America in regards to procuring resources for any Department of the United States of America from the perspective of provisioning resources needed for individual Departments of the United States of America and promoting population stability, governmental stability and promoting development of life sustaining industrial technologies in the nations that the United States of America conducts direct foreign relations with. Department of State has power to insist that nations who enter into treaties with the United States of America honor commitments made to the United States of America. Department of State does not have power to insist that nations who enter into treaties with the United States of America transfer more than 5% of their nation’s industrial output to the United States of America without compensation for the transfer of industrial output in any 12 month period as part of any prior treaty obligation between the United States of America and another nation. Department of State has responsibility to conduct all trade negotiations with foreign nations from the perspective of proactively pursuing long term interests of the United States of America with foreign nations to include promoting population management strategies and promoting the business interests of the United States of America. Department of State does not have power to pursue business interests on behalf of any individual business or group of individual businesses. Department of State has power to pursue the positions of the President of the United States and the Congress of the United States of America. Department of State does not have power to pursue the positions of the President of the United States of America if doing so conflicts with responsibilities specifically given to the Department of State by this Constitution of the United States of America. Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security have responsibility to ensure that Department of State sees to the responsibilities given to the Department of State in this Constitution of the United States of America to include responsibility to place criminal liability on all individuals regardless of station in the Department of State who fail to see to responsibilities given to the Department of State in this Constitution of the United States of America. Department of the United States Marine Corps has responsibility to provide for the protection of all foreign embassies of the United States of America.

  9. Department of Space will have responsibility for operating all assets outside of the Earth’s atmosphere and responsibility to coordinate with all Departments of the United States in order to provide services in line with the responsibilities of the individual Departments of the United States of America. Department of Space has long term responsibility to develop industrial infrastructure to exploit natural resources outside of the atmosphere of the Earth. Department of the Federal Reserve of the United States of America has responsibility to provide direct funding to the Department of Space up to 10% of the annual budget passed by the Congress of the United States of America, the Congress of the United States of America and the Department of the Treasury will have responsibility to provide direct funding to the Department of Space pass 10% of the annual budget passed by the Congress of the United States of America if spending in projects is expected to exceed 10% of the annual budget passed by the Congress of the United States of America if the Congress of the United States of America decides that the projects the Department of Space are pursuing are wise.

  10. Department of the Treasury will have responsibility to collect taxes income taxes, export taxes, import taxes, and other taxes that have been approved by 60% of both houses of the Congress of the United States of America and ⅔ of the legislatures of the many states that comprise the United States of America. Department of the Treasury will have responsibility to allocate funds collected from taxes in line with legislation and budgets passed by 50% of both houses of the Congress of the United States of America and approved by the President of the United States of America or legalisation and budgets passed by 60% of both houses of the Congress of the United States of America without the approval of the President of the United States of America.

  11. Department of Deconstruction will have responsibility to deconstruct structures to include buildings and homes without regard to encumbrances that have been found to be unsafe for use by ether definitions created by the many states that comprise the United States of America or by a subdivision of the many states that comprise the United States of America. Department of Deconstruction does not have the power to deconstruct structures that have not been designated as being unsafe for use by the state that the structure is located in or by the subdivision of the state that the structure is located in.

Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) which is comprised of Representatives of the Governors of the many states that comprise the United States of America

Responsibilities for the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors)

  1. Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has power to Review Supreme Court Decisions with power to overturn Supreme Court Decisions provided that 80% of the representatives who comprise the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) agree that a Ruling made by the Supreme Court of the United States of America a is bad decision for any reason within 120 days of the Supreme Court Ruling. Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has responsibility to create a document to be presented to the Supreme Court of the United States of America detailing the reasons to include rationale used in overturning a Supreme Court Decision as well as a correct interpretation of relevant legal issues related to the decision to overturn the Supreme Court Decision.

  2. The Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) is to have responsibility to review and repeal Laws that have been enacted by ether the Congress of the United States of America or by both The Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America If 80% of the individuals who comprise the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) agree that Laws that have been enacted by ether the Congress of the United States of America or by both The Congress of the United States of America and the President of the United States of America are not in the entrust if the states that comprise the United States of America then the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has responsibility and obligation to repeal the Laws.

  3. The Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has responsibility to approve the selection of the Commanding General of the United States Marine Corps if 60% of the representatives of the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) can agree that the individual who the General Ranked Officers in the United States Marine Corps selected as the Commanding General for the United States Marine Corps is a acceptable choice for being the Commanding General of the United States Marine Corps, if the individual that was selected by the General Ranked Officers that comprise the United States Marine Corps is unable to get approval from 60% of the representatives from the Governors of the states that comprise the United States of America then the General Ranked Officers in the United States Marine Corps have responsibility to select another individual to submit to the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) for the states that comprise the United States of America for serving as the Commanding General of the United States Marine Corps. The Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has power to relieve the Commanding General of The United States Marine Corps of 80% of the representatives of the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) agree that the Commanding General of the United States Marine Corps should be relieved of his responsibilities.

  4. The Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has power to relieve the Commanding General of The United States Marine Corps of 80% of the representatives of the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) agree that the Commanding General of the United States Marine Corps should be relieved of his responsibilities.

  5. Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) will have sole responsibility to approve or not approve the use of Nuclear and Thermonuclear weapons within the borders of the United States of America, responsibility is to understand that in order for the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) to approve the use of Nuclear and Thermonuclear weapons within the Borders of the United States of America ⅔ of the members that comprise the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) must agree that the use of Nuclear or Thermonuclear weapons within the Borders of the United States of America. Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) have power to approve the use of nuclear or thermonuclear weapons within the borders of the many states that comprise the United States of America if 2/3 of the representatives that comprise the Board of Governors specify the target and specify the yield of the weapon to be used on the specified target. The Board of Governors do not have the power to delegate the power to use nuclear or thermonuclear weapons inside the borders of the states that comprise the many states.

  6. Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has power to build a building to serve as the meeting place and office space for the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) in the state that has the capital of that state closest to the geographical center of the 48 states located in the central region of the North American Content. Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) has power to build a building to serve as the meeting place and office space for the Board of Governors in the city of Lincoln, located in the state of Nebraska. Department of the Federal Reserve of the United States of America has power and responsibility to fund the construction of the building that is to serve as both the office space and meeting place for the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors), Department of the Federal Reserve of the United States of America has responsibility to fully cover construction costs of the building that is to serve of the meeting place and office space for the Board of representatives of the Governors of the states that comprise the States of the United States of America (Board of Governors) up to a limit of one hundred million dollars (one hundred million federal reserve notes).

  7. Department of the United States Marine Corps has responsibility to provide a Detachment of United States Marines to provide for the security and protection of the Board of Representatives of the States that Comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors). Department of the United States Marine Corps has power within the city that is the meeting place for the Board of Representatives of the Governors of the States that Comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors) to assert authority and use force without regard to individual rights to provide for the protection and physical safety of the individual representatives that comprise the Board of Representatives of the Governors of the States that Comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors) within the municipal boundaries of the city that serves as the meeting place for the Board of Representatives of the Governors of the States that Comprise the United States of America (Board of Governors).



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