The Corrupt Origins of Central Banking

“In making his case to President Washington for the constitutionality of a central bank, which had been explicitly rejected at the constitutional convention, Hamilton invented the idea of “implied powers” of the Constitution. These were “powers” that were not expressly delegated to the federal government in the document, but could be “implied” by clever lawyers like Hamilton. This of course became a roadmap for the total destruction of constitutional limitations on the powers of the federal government.”