We have a Supreme Court that "legalizes" prenatal infanticide and queer "marriage" in clear violation of the will of the American people.
And we have public schools that are teaching our children sodomy and Islamic hostility.
How do we get back on track? How do we restore America to its former greatness and to its proper position as leader of the free world?
The first step must be to enforce the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution is the blueprint for America – for what America is and what it stands for. Every citizen should be intimately acquainted with what is in and must be ready and eager to defend it – verbally and, if necessary, physically. The Constitution is both our primer on freedom and our final defense against domestic tyranny.
In order to enforce our Constitution, it has become necessary to work through our State governments. Washington is a lost cause. The town is the Mecca of Democratism – a leper colony of Democratist Democrats and RINOs. If we are to succeed, we must work diligently to elect Constitutional conservatives to our State houses and to the halls of our legislatures. State level nullification of un-Constitutional federal fiats is the only course open to us at this point.
The second step is to roll back the number of and the power of executive agencies. The very first words of the Constitution are:
"Article I Section. 1. All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, ..."
Executive agencies such as the EPA, FDA, and DHS are a dereliction of duty by the Congress. They are an un-Constitutional assignment to the President of the Constitutionally mandated responsibility of the Congress. Nowhere in Article II of the Constitution is the President vested with any legislative rights. Yet, through the mushroom farm of executive agencies, the Congress has given the President the power to legislate using only "a pen and a telephone."
In order to kill the Hydra of executive agencies, we must cut off its life blood – tax dollars. Since much of it is being funded now by debt, our first ploy must be to push for fiscal responsibility in Washington. We must demand that Washington live within its means – and that can only be accomplished by cutting funding to executive agencies.
A start would be to elect a Ted Cruz or a Donald Trump or a Ben Carson to the Presidency in 2016. But that's only a start. The ultimate objective must be to repeal the 16th Amendment (authorizing income taxes) and return to the federal funding provisions of Article I Section 2 paragraph 3 of the Constitution.
The 16th Amendment is, in fact, in direct confrontation with paragraph 4 of Section 9 of Article I of the Constitution, which states:
"No Capitation, or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or Enumeration herein before directed to be taken."
And in any confrontation, the Constitution must rule.
And while we're repealing, let's get rid of the superfluous and trouble-making 14th Amendment. In 32 succinct words, the 13th Amendment abolished slavery in the United States and its territories. The 14th Amendment was a rambling, totally unnecessary dissertation that should have been enacted in legislation and not ensconced in the Constitution. The problem with the later course, is that the phrase " No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States," which was clearly meant to protect newly emancipated slaves, has been used by the Supreme Court to enforce such abominations as the murder of unborn children and the suppression of Christian and common sense precepts of decency.
And since its ratification was accomplished by excluding 11 States in violation of Article V of the Constitution, the 14th Amendment is un-Constitutional and should be eliminated on those grounds alone.
Finally, we must vigorously practice and promote the source of freedom and common sense – republicanism. We must as a nation reject any initiative premised on what is "right" and insist on pragmatic considerations of what is possible. we must resist any attempt to convince us of junk science and rigorously submit every hypothesis to the hard test of facts. We must evaluate every proposal in the revealing light of its Constitutionality.
And we must actively proselytize Democratists with the harsh light of truth, and with the affirmation that truth is not relative. Republicans don't make the truth. The universe does. We only learn it and use it.