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In and of itself, the federal government possesses no power.
Observing our two party system in the United States, it strikes me that itâ€™s much like professional wrestling â€“ choreographed combat.
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.
The Founders knew that if permitted, the federal government would transgress the limits of the constitution, and, as Thomas Jefferson remarked, â€œ[annihilate] the state governments and erect upon their ruins a general consolidated government.”
The solution to our problem is not to find the right people and send them to Washington. By all means, vote the bums out, but if that is the end of it, the new crop of bums (from both parties) will forget their limited government rhetoric just as surely as their predecessors did.
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.
Every president between Truman and Obama have told the people the President is where the buck stops when it comes to most anything. They’re wrong.
Relying on the Supreme Court to be an impartial player in intergovernmental disputes is like relying on your ex’s Mother to be your mediator in your divorce settlement.
The word â€œcommerceâ€ has wrongly been interpreted by the Supreme Court to cover every person that moves.
A Call from â€œWe the Peopleâ€ to All State Representatives. Put up, or get out.
- 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