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Stopping A Lawless President

For a Constitutional Republic to work as intended there must be equity, as to standing, between the various branches of government. Many Americans wonder if it is possible to restore balance and function to our national government and we’ve written extensively on the subject and offered numerous methods.
However I’ve never considered the idea of Congress actually suing another Branch for breach; the idea offers intriguing possibilities and George Will’s article (the link is below) discusses the issue in specific and provocative terms. Although the idea may need to wait until a Republican holds the Oval Office, the merits of the plan are supremely encouraging. I heartily recommend that you read it and spread the link around to your spheres of influence.
Curtis C. Greco, Founder
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Privacy in a Marketplace of Invasion

The argument in defense of Government canvasing the public, not unlike the Commerce of Business, continues to build upon the calculated dismantling of key Amendments contained within the Bill of Rights.

Shaping the offensive argument based on the premise of a Need to Know is an anathema to fundamental rights of the Sovereign Individual; after all, what possible check on the abuse of power is possible in the face of so comprehensive a self-prescribed mandate as this?

Rarely discussed and often ignored is the 9th Amendment;

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In Search of Representation

 “That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,….”  

An often overlooked component of the Declaration of Independence due a closer look; it is the enabling mechanism of the rights as described in the statement which precedes it. Implicit in its affirming fringe the declarants announce to the world the birth of representative democracy. 

“…deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,….” 

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Governing of a Government

 Over the past few weeks I’ve been meeting a fairly steady demand for On Air analytical-commentary. Seems the Middle-East miss-adventures are beginning to stir the public conscience and by well it should. George Washington’s Farewell Address is a pretty darn good read if one is interested in the clarity of a near apostolic form of vision particularly on the subject of foreign entanglements and their affects upon domestic preferences. 

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Affirming Independence


Americans the world over know of July 4th, 1776.  Historians argue over whether the actual day should be July 2nd or August 2nd of 1776 however I’ll suggest that whatever the date, it was a day in the making since Mans first appearance upon this lovely sphere God himself purposefully divined as an extension of his deliberate intention.


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