Congress has increasingly abdicated its lawmaking responsibility, delegating its power through vague laws and mandates to executive agenciesDetails
Unaffected by elections. Unaltered by populist movements. Beyond the reach of the law.
Say hello to America’s shadow government.Details
States should ignore the DHS bluster, stand their ground and continue their refusal to implement this unconstitutional national ID program.Details
With the proliferation of bureaucracy, governance in the United States has become quite different than the U.S. Constitution’s approach of a separation of powers, and checks and balances.Details
The Constitution does not delegate the federal government any authority to regulate food safety. Nevertheless, the feds attempt to enforce one-size-fits all regulations on everything you eat and drink. They claim talk about safety, but in truth, their regulations often have nothing to do with protecting you and me.Details
by Ron Paul, via The Ron Paul Institute Three recent stories regarding three government agencies — the IRS, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) — show why we should oppose big government for practical, as well as philosophical, reasons. In recent months, many Americans have missed their flights because of…Details
Constitutionally, food safety falls within the powers reserved to the states and the people. The feds have no authority to enforce food safety laws within the border of a state. Nevertheless, federal agencies still want more control over America’s food supply, and they go great lengths to get it.Details