An important decision faces We the People. Will we continue to stand as a nation built on principle? Or will we float aimlessly in a sea of pragmatism?
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Progressives that promote nullification (state medical marijuana, for example) yet denounce it as a tactic, are little more than partisan frauds.
We voters have been suckers for too long. Federal politicians of today are, for the most part, intelligent, but disingenuous. They are great at dishing out rhetoric and spin, and they are most acutely skilled at avoiding substance as much as possible. It is marketing over substance.
The state of politics in America is little different than that which the early Americans experienced in their time. The system is so ill-defined, chaotic and confusing. The smell of corruption is behind almost every politicianâ€™s door.
This time, we need to set the stage right, and we need to demand specific answers to specific questions. â€œIâ€™m not a lawyer,â€ â€œLet me get back to you,â€ and changing the subject will not cut it this time around.
The immeasurable expansion, size and control of the federal government includes both foreign affairs and domestic societyâ€“at the hands of both conservative and liberal.
Ron Paul: “A limited, constitutional government would not tempt special interests to buy the politicians who wield power.”
Before this week, I had never heard Senator Charles Grassley speak â€“ on anything. In the last few days, though, Iâ€™ve been sent a number of emails about him being a â€œstrong 10th Amendment supporter.â€ Skeptical of any Senator in DC actually supporting the Constitution in a meaningful way…
With all the laws our government has passed that restrict our actions, which if you bothered to look, they werenâ€™t authorized to pass, how can anyone honestly say that they are truly free?
Cindy Sheehan, writing in an article titled “At What Price, Safety?“ at Buzzflash today made some excellent points arguing against the use of aggression by the US military against the people of Iraq. She, like many others, realizes that the illusion of security that the federal government claims to provide could never justify its current [...]
- 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