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Political rhetoric on both the left and the right often includes arguments for and against federalism. But does anyone actually care about federalism, or is it just a convenient veneer when one outcome is preferred over another?
Join host Jacqueline Crosby, Esq. and guest attorney Mark DeForrest as they discuss the history and constitutional limits of federalsim and the role federalism plays in current political policy.
Jacqueline Crosby is a NJ licensed attorney, writer and educator who currently conducts legal seminars and webinars for the general public.
Mark DeForrest is a member of the Washington State Bar and Associate Professor of Legal Research and Writing at Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane Washington.
We explore federalism in-depth on today's show. What is it? What isn't it? Is it still important? Many today want us to divide on issuse and personalities while we rarely ask the fundamental question of whether we should be embracing federalism in our complex world or moving toward nationalism as practiced today.
Join us as Freedom Coach Gary Alder and Gary Wood delve into our Constitutional heritage, the freedom it offers, and the contrast between our society today and the society we wer
A quick overview of how federalism weaves it's way through the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution.
Tonight on the Prime Time edition of The Conservative Watchtower we will celebrate Constitution Day by continuing our discussion of how we can save our republic.
If you have accepted defeat at the hands of the political ruling class, if you just want to sit in a corner and wet yourself over the direction our nation has taken, then this is not the show for you.
We will discuss history, philosophy and lay out the way forward, it is time for the conservative movement to take bold action, it is time to fight on our terms. If you are ready for the fight then join me in the Watchtower.
The Electoral College today bears only a superficial resemblance to the ingenious system the Framers of the Constitution created. Their system was designed to identify the best possible presidential candidates and place only statesmen in the executive office. This book is an in-depth analysis of the purpose and benefits of the original Electoral College System—a system which has been hidden (or rather ignored) for over two centuries. The original design is then contrasted to the current party-controlled system we use today. Discover, in a concise text, essential principles required to restore the Republic and American constitutional federalism. Those who want to restore the principles of freedom, as established by the Framers in the original Constitution, will find this book indispensable. The Authors: Freedom Coaches, Gary and Carolyn Alder proclaim the principles of freedom in their classes, lectures and writings. Gary spent his professional career as a computer programmer/system analyst. He takes a unique approach in analyzing the Constitution. His conclusions come from considering the original Constitution as the system specifications and determining how a government that followed those specifications would function. Carolyn loves to share specific quotes of the Founders as their words provide a window to look into their hearts and minds. Website: http://www.freedomformula.us/
An open dialog that may or may not touch upon such questions as: Can we at least agree that U.S. Constitution is worth preserving, defending, and even extending to less free societies? How does Federalism view massive industry bailouts? Can authentic compassionate conservativism coexist with Capitalism++, or are they functionally equivalent?
US Sheriffs: Preservers of the Last Vestiges of Our Separation of Powers?
This essay offers the second part of the history of the American sheriff. The first essay contained a history of the original sheriffs – England's shire reeves – “the oldest appointment of the English crown.” America's own sheriffs are a continuation of Britain's, after which the British variety lost almost all of its power as the US type blossomed.
Now that the federal government has announced ambitions to limit gun rights, amongst many other new powers, a constitution-oriented group of sheriffs – the Oath Keepers – has decided to nullify these laws instead of applying them. It is quite possible that these Rogue Sheriffs represent the last vestiges of federalism and separation of powers meant to protect the citizens from an American tyranny. It is therefore quite fitting that the old West, independent lawman is being revived and updated to help save the American Republic. This article describes their rise, establishment and continuation as perhaps the last bulwark against Washington, DC tyranny
Can America's sheriffs save our Constitution and our precious liberties? The exhaustive history of the sheriff has yet to be written, but much is known of the rise of these county leaders, once called shire reeves, in old England. Sheriffs are termed the “the oldest appointment of the English crown.” Sheriffs were first established when the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms were finally assembled into the Wessex-based Kingdom of England around 1000 AD.
In the Colonies, the Crown established sheriffs, as done in Britain by royal decree. But, before long, the democratic process was employed to elect them. Ironically, it now appears that the ancient sheriff, the last representative of popular, local federalism – might be the last chance for America to retain our civil liberties before the onslaught of the colossus of government tyranny. This hope is represented by the Oath Keepers, whoe support local sheriffs defnding our Constitution against federal insurgency. Also, the doctrine of Nullification, or refusal to apply unconstitutional laws is being applied across America on gun regulations -- refusing federal demand for control.
This article is composed in 2 parts explaining the history, function and constitutional warrant of the local, county American sheri
Outer space development is necessary if for no other reason than the "Capital Markets" have no where else to go. Capitalism must expand. Both China and Russia, to a lesser extent are operating as "State Capitalists" at a time when Corporations have failed to invigorate the American economy by going abroad. Is it time for the type of "Federalism" the founding fathers wanted? We look at the complaints of the old line capitalists about the S
I'll be sharing some news and commenting on current issues as they relate to the prepper philosphy. This time around I'll hit on Obamacare and begin in the second half of the show with the Second Amendment, which will be continued in my next scheduled show. This will be discussed from a libertarian and anti-federalist position.
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