13 January, 2015

Everything Is Federal Now

Posted by Socrates in federal authority vs. local authority, federal courts, federal power, homosexual themes, homosexuals, Socrates, sovereignty, states' rights at 2:57 pm | Permanent Link

Authority isn’t local anymore. The federal government makes all the rules. Why have state or local governments, or voter initiatives? Why bother?


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  7. 6 Responses to “Everything Is Federal Now”

    1. fd Says:

      The leviathan Federal Government is the anti-folk, yet the creature on the Potomac has the audacity name one of its departments Homeland Security.

      Reckless artifices–Arbitrary rule–Intolerable espionage, etc……

    2. torrence Says:

      “With the growth of mass democracy….., the rise in the influence of the mass media on public opinion, and the insinuation of the Jews into a position of control of the media, the US government was gradually transformed into the malignant monster it is today: the single most dangerous and destructive enemy our race has ever known.”
      –Dr. William Pierce

    3. fd Says:

      1866. The Acton-Lee Correspondence

      “. . . whereas the consolidation of the states into one vast republic, sure to be aggressive abroad and despotic at home . . .”

      “. . . to the State papers of Washington and Jefferson, the representatives of the federal and democratic parties, denouncing consolidation and centralization of power . . .” –R.E. Lee

    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      Funny how for over 200 years no one found anything in the Constitution about all of the States being required to allow faggots to marry each other. Maybe it was written in invisible ink.

      Death to the Empire.

    5. fd Says:

      Good point, Tim McGreen. Much of what the Federals do is arbitrary. What is not in the Constitution is left to the states to decide.

      A single democracy: Invisible ink; invisible state lines

    6. -JC Says:


      The author of the above article, Kyle J. Bristow, is an attorney licensed to practice law in Michigan and Ohio, and he has filed two amicus curiae [friend of the court] briefs on behalf of the Traditionalist Youth Network, LLC: Brief of Traditionalist Youth Network, LLC, as Amici Supporting the Appellants, DeBoer v. Snyder, __ F.3d __ (6th Cir. 2014) (No. 14-1341) (Arguing that same-sex marriage is not a right) and Brief of Traditionalist Youth Network, LLC, as Amici Supporting the Appellants, Kolbe v. O’Malley, __ F.3d __ (4th Cir. 2015) (No. 14-1945) (Arguing that a ban on military-style weapons is unconstitutional). His website can be viewed at http://www.KyleBristow.com.