Big Government. Collectivism. Central authority. Corporatism, fascism, socialism, etc. Call it what you want, but itâ€™s an overbearing master, operating in the name of we-know-best-and-weâ€™ll-take-care-of-you type of government.
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After 100 years of ignoring this division of power, we are faced with a daunting task; but our country cannot continue to be the land of the free without decentralization.
The celebration of our founders’ 1776 revolt against King George III and the English Parliament is over. Let’s reflect how the founders might judge today’s Americans and how today’s Americans might judge them.
Unfortunately, July 4th has become a day of deceit – the America thatâ€™s celebrated no longer exists.
It seems clear that Washington today is constitutionally stoned. Only a return to the constitutional balance of federalism â€” of strong, sovereign states that check the overreaching intrusions by the federal government â€” will restore the principles of liberty and prosperity that made this nation the light to the world.
If there is anything good to say about Democrat control of the White House, Senate and House of Representatives, it’s that their extraordinarily brazen, heavy-handed acts have aroused a level of constitutional interest among the American people that has been dormant for far too long.
Turn your attention to your state house and demand your legislators draft nullification legislation, and begin the winning process of ignoring the federal government. Itâ€™s time the States entered the room.
America once was unique in all the history of the world. Its essence was having an abundance of something rarely found in other countries: freedom from government.
Those who seek the protective hand of big brother pay a high price as they trust their quality of life to a largely self serving group of legislators. If the goal is a better quality of life, the solution is simple: more responsibility and less government involvement.
Ron Paul: “A limited, constitutional government would not tempt special interests to buy the politicians who wield power.”
In the end, it only took the money changers and the power brokers 81 years to undue the actions of Andrew Jackson and get their way again, by convincing the U. S. Congress and President Wilson that we needed another central bank, euphemistically called the Federal Reserve, which isn’t federal and it doesn’t have any reserves.
- Tenther Radio Episode #99: Government Gone Wild
- Tenther Radio Episode #98: Nullification Goes Mainstream
- Tenther Radio Episode #97: The Importance of Decentralization
- Tenther Radio Episode #96: The #NoDrones Movement is Growing
- Tenther Radio Episode #95: Real ID Backlash, and How to Enforce Nullification Bills