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Barefoot's World Barefoot's Rant Folks, it is time for me to be blunt and start calling the state of our government exactly what it has demagogically descended to over the last -1799years since 1913 with the subversion of the Constitution, runaway inflation due to fiat (counterfeit) unfunded paper currency issued unconstitutionally by the Federal Reserve System, continued undeclared wars, national emergencies and bankruptcy, and the greed of the people expecting government and the public coffers to solve all their problems – These are the very things Dr. Ron Paul is dedicated to correcting.
State launches boycott of 'unconstitutional' federal laws Text smaller Text bigger Tennessee is urging 49 other states to come together and create a “joint working group among the states” to combat unconstitutional federal legislation and assert state rights. Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen signed H.J.R. 108, the State Sovereignty Resolution, on June 23.
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At 11 a.m. Tuesday, in the second case of the day, the Supreme Court will hold one hour of oral argument on what happens to the land under railroad lines after the railroad abandons them. In the case of Marvin M. SCOTUSblog
– Anonymous A government which robs Peter to pay Paul, can always count on the support of Paul. Libertarian Quotes
The Year of Reading Politically, No. 6: the 1930s Over the last few months, as I’ve looked at 120 years of novels about American politics, I’ve been surprised how often American writers have filtered their experiences of the political process into dystopian novels. The combination of a charismatic politician, shadowy advisers and a rabid collection of supporters are often grist for a plot that ultimately points to the downfall of the American way. Sinclair Lewis’ It Can’t Happen Here (1935) is one of the best known of these types of novels. It chronicles the rise to the presidency of Sen. Berzelius “Buzz” Windrip, a folksy politician from a western state with a devoted following of bitter, unemployed or underemployed men. It Can’t Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis
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