Who is the KING in America? Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defined “KING” as:

“KING, n. 1. The chief or SOVEREIGN of a nation; a man invested with supreme authority over a nation, tribe or country; a monarch. Kings are absolute.”

Romans 13:1 “Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established.”

Signer of the Constitution Gouverneur Morris stated:

“This magistrate is not the king. The PEOPLE are the KING.”

John Jay, the First Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, wrote in Chisholm v. Georgia, 1793:

“The PEOPLE are the SOVEREIGN of this country.”

Signer of Constitution James Wilson stated at the Pennsylvania Convention to ratify the U.S. Constitution:

“SOVEREIGNTY resides in THE PEOPLE; they have not parted with it.”

Thomas Jefferson wrote to William Johnson, 1823:

“But the Chief Justice says, ‘There must be an ULTIMATE ARBITER somewhere.’ True, there must… The ULTIMATE ARBITER is THE PEOPLE.”

James Madison wrote in Federalist No. 46, 1788:

Abraham Lincoln stated in a debate with Stephen Douglas:

“THE PEOPLE of these United States are the rightful MASTERS of both congresses and courts.”

President Andrew Jackson wrote to William B. Lewis, August 19, 1841:

“THE PEOPLE are the government, administering it by their agents; they are the government, the SOVEREIGN POWER.”

President James K. Polk stated December 7, 1847:

“The PEOPLE are the only SOVEREIGNS recognized by our Constitution…

The success of our admirable system is a conclusive refutation of the theories of those in other countries who maintain that a ‘favored few’ are born to rule and that the mass of mankind must be governed by force.”

President Grover Cleveland stated of the United States, July 13, 1887:

“The SOVEREIGNTY of SIXTY MILLIONS of FREE PEOPLE, is…the working out…of the divine right of man to govern himself and a manifestation of God’s plan concerning the human race.”

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