While the federal government has some authority to regulate electricity flowing across state lines under the commerce clause, the federal government has seized much more power than it was legitimately delegated.Details
A proposal to expand federal regulation of electric power rates is largely unconstitutional.Details
If our Movement revels in its maverick persona, then, we will remain divisive. In sports, divisive is fun. In politics, divisive is fun, but if we are sincere in our desire to win over the population, then, we need to take the sport out of it.
There are certain pitches in our message which water down our cause. In fact, we know this to be true because we admit our cause is all but lost. We cannot convince enough people to respect our cause, and so we have concluded that nullification is the appropriate strategy. Perhaps it is, but we should still continue to bring about a mainstream movement, rather than a marginalized, disobedient one.
Why are we marginalized? It is fairly easy to see why. Despite the many reasons to complain about the state of our nation, most of us would have to admit that life here is far more preferable than most any other nation in the world. We are so lucky to be here, and we should not take our system entirely for granted. Most moderates and independents would probably tend to agree with this.Details
Browsing the news recently, I came across this article : http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,591285,00.html Anyone who has been paying attention for the last few years had to expect that once the government is responsible for paying your health care costs, your lifestyle (in all respects that affect your health) becomes a public affair. That’s the rub. I tried…Details
You may watch or listen to Glenn Beck and know that Goldline International is a sponsor. Like every other gold seller, the company is trying to profit from the disastrous, inflationary policies of the US government. For those of us in the know – aren’t we all trying to do the same? A New York…Details
A good discussion by Andrew Napolitano and Tom Woods on Government banking rules and the problems that their “regulations” have caused in the economy.