The role of our American government has been blurred, bent, and breached. The rights endowed to us by our creator must be restored.
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The astute constitutional student will recognize that there is no authority whatsoever under Article 1 Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution (the part of the Constitution which outlines the powers of the federal government) to create or administer a health care system.
Jeffersonâ€™s account of the nature of the Union–a voluntary contract among free and independent States in order to establish a common caretaker for few and enumerated things–contains a great deal of common sense
There is all this talk of the â€œNationâ€™sâ€ health care system; however, I fail to find where health care is a â€œnationalâ€ object. There is nothing whatsoever in the Constitution suggesting it is among the certain enumerated objects of the â€œFederalâ€ government
A States’ Rights movement is in essence a revolution, an opposition to the urgency of political power to limit choice and compel adjustment to its will and must rest its case on this fact. It is a certainty that any attempt to cut down the power of the central government is a fatuous gesture unless there is some feeling for freedom in the country.
The battles in America have almost gone unchanged since 1936 — and even, before. They are battles for the mind, the soul and the heart. They are battles of philosophy and understanding.
For desperate people whose freedoms are being systematically usurped by all three federal branches and both political parties…
If the federal government has the exclusive right to judge the extent of its own powers it will continue to grow â€“ regardless of elections.
As more and more of the important votes are being lost at the federal level, the fight will move to the state level and the question before our legislative leadership and the Governor will be about whether or not they will allow important statesâ€™ rights legislation to go forward.