What Does Smaller Government Really Mean?

Smaller government is the foundation upon which conservative political philosophy is built. In this multi-part series, we’ll look at exactly what smaller government really means. Summary of What Smaller Government Means Reduced Spending - hard dollar reductions in government expenditures year over year. Fewer Regulations - at the end of 2016 there were 178,277 pages of … [Read more...]

The Age of Ignorance – Nullification Deniers!

This is The Age of Ignorance. Our “intellectuals” can’t think. Our “scholars” parrot each other. The self-educated fixate on idiotic theories. Our People despise Truth and disseminate lies. Nullification deniers such as Matthew Spalding of Heritage Foundation, Jarrett Stepman of Human Events, law professor Randy Barnett, David Barton of Wallbuilders, and history professor … [Read more...]

Now, How Do We Get Rid Of Obamacare? Nullify It!

We are Americans. We are resourceful. When doors are slammed in our faces, we find another way. Since five (5) lawless judges on the U.S. supreme Court betrayed us by failing to declare the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“obamacare”) unconstitutional; since we may be stuck with Obama for four more years; 1 and since a Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate will not repeal … [Read more...]

Grievances Against the King – Then and Now

A new Rassmussen survey - the best in the business - shows that 70% of Americans still believe that: "…governments derive their only just powers from the consent of the governed.” Well, that's good, I guess. But wait…that means 30% of people DON'T agree with it! Anybody sense a problem here? I do. I smell a big fat stinky rat. And the rat has a donkey branded on its … [Read more...]

The ‘Taxing Clause’, Five Lawless Judges, and ObamaCare

Our federal Constitution is one of enumerated powers only. This means that WE THE PEOPLE, who ordained and established the Constitution, listed therein every power We delegated to the federal government. If We didn’t list a power, the federal government doesn’t have it.1 Furthermore, we delegated only a very few powers to the federal government. Accordingly, Congress has … [Read more...]