My previous post on Constitutional Crisis lamented on the obvious disregard progressive leadership has for the Constitution of the United States.
This is a brief reminder to those of us with (very) short memories that ignoring Judge Vinson's ruling was not the first such trashing of our Constitution. Just less than two months ago, the Administration blatantly ignored previous court rulings and congressional refusal to impose Net Neutrality when the FCC commission voted 3-2 along party lines to impose it anyways through regulation. You can read all about this and related scandals including the Soros take over here.
Our constitutional model is in actuality very simple. We have three branches of federal government: the Executive Branch (President and his cabinet), the Legislature (the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate), and the Judiciary (the courts). The U.S. Constitution is set up as to provide a system of checks and balances for these branches of the federal government to effectively police each other. This system worked very well for the first 150 years of the union. However, starting in the early 1930s, when FDR stacked the high court with justices who shared his progressive vision, the green light was on for subversion of the constitutional system that would otherwise have never allowed progressivism to take hold in the U.S.
If you consider the progressive take-over of our public (as well as private at college level) education, media, and judicial (partially) system, which took almost 8 decades of deviancy and patient committment, you will undoubtedly realize that we have a lot of hard work ahead of us.