A recent federal raid on a Montana ammunition company demonstrates the federal government’s dependence on state and local help to enforce its unconstitutional acts.Details
“Governments and political representatives are not the people themselves.
They are no more than the people’s agents, whose powers go no further than that authorized by the people in a written and enforceable constitution.”
While it would be nice if a president could sign an order, wave a wand and return us to our traditional American system of decentralized government, this will never happen.Details
Spew all the propaganda you want, it is not going to change anyone’s mind one bit. The era of rampant criminality tolerated from the federal government is coming to a crashing halt.Details
Yet more evidence that we cannot count on the federal government to rein in its own power.
Just before Thanksgiving, the Republican controlled House Intelligence Committee said no to telling Americans how many people drone strikes kill overseas every year.Details
There should be no local police, no county sheriff’s deputies and no state law enforcement officers involved. If states would simply quit cooperating, many of these constitutional violations would not happen. The feds don’t have the resources. They depend on state and local help.Details
Reports from towns and cities around the country prove that the federal government is determined to abolish the independence of local law enforcement.Details
As the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) doles out billions of dollars to convince local police departments to surrender control to the federal agency, a recent report indicates that intelligence gathered at precincts-cum-surveillance-centers will be shared among all levels of law enforcement.Details