Lessons to be learned from disasters in this country and around the world. People with the true American spirit don't wait on governments to help them, they do it themselves. In this same vein, our own federal and even our local and state Constitutions require our enforcement and defense. In reality, they are nothing but ink on paper without a people willing to fight to back them up.
Republicans and Democrats are all cut from the same government-control cloth. The sooner you realize this fact, the sooner we can start moving forward as a unified people in this country. Would the colonists have put up with the laws, the rules and regulations that we do today? Would they have even defended the Right of the King of England to pass and enforce these laws? Are we living in a "conquered country" or does the government still derive its permissions from the people and if not, what can we do about it?
Should social media be regulated? Should you care? Also, are the people who preach, "save our democracy" really preaching, "I'm ignorant about the foundations of our country"? We get into the question of the government wrecking our communities from its drug dealing and wrap up the program with some important observations about the "War on Drugs" and the mythological "War on Terrorism."
Are you sure the politicians and bureaucrats you support aren't lying to you? I'll share with you the secret to figuring out who is lying no matter what kind of relationship you share. Also, I discuss if and how the government should be "saving" our economy. We wrap up with how to fix our broken system to make voting actually count (imagine that ??).
We have lost control of large parts of our government and economy. The budget and the Federal Reserve are just two areas where the American people have little to no say in how issues are decided. On a different note: who is more effective at killing Americans? Government agents or mass shooters?
Is everything on the news really pertinent to our daily lives? If not, then why are the news channels showing it and more importantly, why are we watching it? In relation to the past shootings, is Trump protecting our personal freedom and liberty? Are the Democrats and Republicans? Has the Trump Administration engaged in trying to please the anti-Second Amendment movement and the media? Can you support President Trump, or anyone, while still criticizing their stances on issues?
President Trump pressed to have his budget passed in Congress with Nancy Pelosi and her Democrats signing onto it. The Republicans, wanting to spend less money, were less enthusiastic. Does the Democrat Speaker of the House and the Republican President both agreeing on a budget mean more problems for the American people? Should that concern you? Also, how to solve a lot of problems in our country simply by requiring a "Voters' Quorum" before an election can be considered valid.
Is the civilian police force in our communities being transformed into what our Founders would label a "Standing Army?" What is a Standing Army and how did the Founders and colonists feel about having one available to the federal government? How is our Federal Standing Army being abused by this same government?
Congress has all of these bright ideas to impose on the rest of the country. Why don't they clean up their own Congressional districts first and then worry about the rest of us? A good way for you to start is with yourself: developing the mindset of a personal freedom and liberty patriot. In doing so, you can still cheer when Congress or the President do something good, but you'll also not buy into the false celebratory rhetoric when they are neglecting their duty to us, their employers.
Are Executive Orders and Medicare Constitutional? The Truth Behind Why Prescription Drugs are so Expensive.
President Trump is wanting to use Executive Orders to control prescription drug costs in the Medicare system. But are Executive Orders and Medicare even federal government permissions granted under our United States Constitution? And what is causing prescription drugs to be so expensive in the first place?