Jeff Hymas explains clearly how and why governments have power–to protect the rights we already have from God. He shows how there is not an “equal” separation of powers in our three branches of Constitutional government, as the greatest power resides in the legislative branch – that entity which is a reflection of the People, those who hold the power. He explains how and what powers may be delegated. You will gain insight to help you live and share these principles of government, aiding you in your efforts to restore the Constitution as our form of law. Jeff explores the question, “Is our American form of government intended to be limited and narrowly defined in its scope or was it supposed to be unlimited and unrestrained in its reach?” Then he dives into exploring the five clauses of the Constitution that are most often misinterpreted and abused: The General Welfare Clause, The Necessary and Proper Clause, The Interstate Commerce Clause, Treaty Law, and the Supremacy Clause. He concludes by looking at modern day examples of this abuse and misinterpretation. These first 3 clips are not even half of the “Power in the Constitution” presentation. And, he has 10 more presentations that are just as exciting, positive and informational. If you would like to purchase “Power in the Constitution” (available as a download or on DVD) or if you would like to learn about or purchase the entire 11-presentation series visit www.intheconstitution.org. Or you can visit “In the Constitution’s” youtube page for free sneak peaks at each of the 11 presentations in the series: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOZLg0rWJN0ph82ulxJXjTg Jeff Hymas is the creator of the “In the Constitution” seminars. Those who attended his popular seminars encouraged him to put this information in video format, to make it more widely available. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the Marriott School of Management at BYU and has his MBA from Idaho State University. He spent the first 10 years of his career in Human Resources. In his position as HR Manager, he researched and became interested in the effects of Obamacare on the financial health of the company he worked for and found that implementation of Obamacare would cost the company of 500 employees $2.7M. Opting out of Obamacare would cost the company $900K. Meanwhile, in his personal studies, Jeff was developing a passion for principles of freedom. The two elements – freedom and oppression – came to a head when Jeff decided to shadow his Idaho State Senator to learn more. The Senator encouraged Jeff to share what he had learned in his research regarding Obamacare at the House and Senate committee hearings regarding a nullification bill the Senator was sponsoring – coincidentally the very week Jeff was shadowing him (maybe not so coincidental!) And, as they say, the rest is history. Jeff, his wife, and young family of now 8 children moved to Wyoming and he has been traveling the state ever since organizing patriots and giving Constitution seminars in order to help educate Wyomingites about the depth and beauty of what is in the U.S. Constitution. His passion lies in helping others stand for liberty by teaching them correct principles they can apply in their lives to effectively take action at the local, county, state, and national levels.