“All power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
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The sovereignty movement is feared and ridiculed for its independence by weak minded men who consider themselves intelligent, but are really nothing more than altar boys for the State.
Look yourself in the mirror and instead of asking what you â€œcanâ€ do, ask what you â€œwillâ€ do.
Too often, like the seemingly powerless, abused wife who fears for the well-being of herself and her children, the states fear standing up to the federal government and resisting its aggression.
If the denial to the federal government of any undelegated power is indeed a truism, then why has that entity repeatedly exercised authority for powers it was never given by the states?
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Try explaining a concept as basic as “consent of the governed” to the average statist, and you will almost certainly be told that America already settled this question in 1865.
Friends of federalism cheered last month when the Obama administration reversed the Bush policy of prosecuting medical marijuana cases in states that have legalized the practice. Welcome though that change was, let’s hold the applause.
As government becomes more centralized, and states relinquish authority, the powerful redouble their efforts to make others act (and believe) like them.