When it comes to governments, it’s not a question of if, but of how much
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We are talking about standing firm against unwarranted, unconstitutional and illegal acts.
The standard charge is that nullification will lead to a destruction of the American system. But that’s not true. Read why.
Unless we turn things around, we can no longer claim to be the Constitutional Republic that our founders gave to us and that generations of proud Americans fought to protect.
Freedom is not outdated, federal government is an agreement among the people of different sovereign states, the 10th Amendment has never been repealed, and virtue is still necessary for securing our posterityâ€™s future rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Sunday-by-Sunday, pastors prostitute themselves to wealthy contributors, community leaders, or politicians. Day-by-day, unscrupulous bankers and businessmen give the shaft to honest, hardworking Americans. And almost hour-by-hour, politicians sell their souls to the highest bidder–even if that bidder represents values and principles that would destroy freedom and liberty in our land.
A constitution does not create freedom. A constitution is created only to protect and secure freedom which already exists, through forms, structure and limitations of government.
Does it not seem wrong that the mere few hundred politicians in the Federal Government have the power to control 300 million people?
The role of our American government has been blurred, bent, and breached. The rights endowed to us by our creator must be restored.
We’re experiencing a fundamental shift in national priorities – in the form of a rapid and pervasive expansion of government power over the private sector of the economy.
In order to qualify for federal dollars, states frequently have to pass laws that expand their reach and authority. And they often need to continue to pay for new programs after federal funding is phased out. Short run money that appeared “free” often ends up becoming a long run obligation to state taxpayers in the end.