Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Liberty Amendments


Our government is broken. Some of the most hostile and antagonistic adversaries to liberty reside within our own government, including those apostate politicians we trusted to represent us. We have a malevolent body of reckless politicians whom pass omnibus 3000-page legislation they cannot have read. They dictate baneful, life-changing laws from which they contrive legal method to opt out of, and exempt themselves in much bad faith, from their very own laws that they deem beneficial for the rest of Americans. Then they also decree exemptions for their largest contributors, as well as exempt their office staff. Once our elected representatives are safely entrenched on the other side of the Potomac, they join notorious political coalitions, as they plot in secret, to renounce their constituents' political, and moral principles, as well as forsake the Constitution they swore an oath to uphold. Even so-called "conservative" and "Tea Party" candidates who took of our time and money in return for bi-lingual political anodynes on their campaign trail, apparently feel no tweaks of compunction as they later champion Karl Marx, and various Hegelian dialectical stratagem, "A lie is not a lie if it advances your agenda," once they feel safely sheltered within their statist Washington, D.C. coterie. Something must be done to change the Country's collision course with an authoritarian government. Top conservative radio talk show host, Edward Meese's chief of staff in the Reagan Administration, dog lover, and constitutional scholar Mark Levin, has put much thought and scholarly effort into The Liberty Amendments. His desire is to begin the discussion for a Constitutional means to reign in our government and return our country to her founding principles. Here are some of his chapter topics: ~An Amendment to Establish Term Limits for Members of Congress ~An Amendment to Restore the Senate (repeal of the 17th Amendment) ~An Amendment to Establish Term Limits for Supreme Court Justices and Super-Majority Legislative Override ~Two Amendments to Limit Federal Spending and Taxation (limiting the federal government to outlays not exceeding 17.5% of GDP, limiting total federal tax to no more than 15%). ~An Amendment to Limit the Federal Bureaucracy (including an automatic sunset for all departments unless legislatively reauthorized) ~An Amendment to Promote Free Enterprise (redefining the Commerce Clause) ~An Amendment to Protect Private Property (curbing abuses under the Takings Clause). ~An Amendment to Grant the States Authority to Directly Amend the Constitution ~An Amendment to Grant States Authority to Check Congress ~An Amendment to Protect the Vote (requiring photo ID)

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