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“Centralized Government is a Freedom-Grabbing Black Hole!”

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For Sunday, February 12, 2012

By Ron Ewart, President

National Association of Rural Landowners

and nationally recognized author on freedom and property rights issues.
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“Those who have been once intoxicated with power, and have derived any kind of emolument from it, even though but for one year, never can willingly abandon it.  They may be distressed in the midst of all their power; but they will never look to anything but power for their relief.”   Edmund Burke

Like political power, a massive black hole is an insatiable beast.  It will literally absorb (eat) anything that gets too close.  It eats surrounding gases, whole stars, star systems and planets.  And as it eats, it grows and the more it eats the larger and more powerful it gets.  Its power reaches out deeper and deeper into the heavens and warps the very fabric of space and time.   A black hole is a whirlpool in the universe and its immense gravity powers entire galaxies while it clears the space around it like a giant vacuum cleaner, inside its event horizon.  At its center is a point of infinite density where the laws of physics no longer apply.  It is, in its growing sphere of influence, the epitome of absolute power.  Not even light can escape it.

Since the dawn of human civilization, the masses have been and still are, in a constant struggle against the ever- increasing power of centralized government.  Whether it be kings, despots, dictators, or even democracies, centralized power grows and grows, like a black hole, until it envelops and consumes all those who would attempt to break it up, or destroy it.  Even though the Founding Fathers went to great pains to inhibit the rise of the federal government by limiting its powers in the U. S. Constitution, every succeeding executive, legislative and judicial branch of government since George Washington, has wriggled and finagled around its constitutional restraints into ever-increasing political power.   The jaws of absolute power are open wide and lie there in our not too distant future, if the people don’t take it upon themselves to break up that centralized power and restore it to the states and to the people, as it was intended by those who gave birth to freedom over two centuries ago at great sacrifice.

Throughout history, when centralized power is broken up or destroyed, it usually comes from the people violently rising up, en masse and restoring political power in the people and dividing all such power into smaller jurisdictions, which was part of the core foundation of the U. S. Constitution.  It was the states that created the federal government,  not the other way around.   It is the states and the people that are supposed to have the supreme power under our Constitutional Republic, not the federal government.

Fractionalized power, split up between many small centers of political power, (i.e. states, counties and cities) is freedom’s only salvation.  Centralized, concentrated authority in a single center of power, in the end, will be freedom’s demise. More

An exigent judiciary: Nothing supreme about Indiana’s Black Robed Mafia

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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Most of us have concluded that our judicial system is a farce with the entire country choking on the corruption of the judiciary on all levels.  We have become far too tolerant of judicial misconduct and the intentional refusal to adhere to the law and constitutional rights by what has become known as the Black Robed Mafia. Never are the citizens of any state in greater danger than when they are forced to step into any court room in this country.

On too many occasions judges openly declare that the law is “what I say it is”, then proceed to violate rights, refuse to allow evidence that would counter the oppositions arguments, threaten plaintiff’s and/or defendants with jail for demanding their rights, or, if all else fails, refuse to allow them to speak in their own defense.  We even have instances of judges threatening the victims in their courtrooms with jail for mentioning the Constitution.

The Supreme Court of the United States has become an unnecessary burden on the country, rendering obviously unconstitutional opinions and rulings bearing little resemblance to the rule of law and the constitution.  The state courts are following suit and rendering a few zingers of their own which should have each of them disbanded until a suitable reconstruction effort can be achieved.  More

How to Read the Internal Revenue Code:THE SEARCH FOR LIABILITY IN THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

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THE SEARCH FOR LIABILITY IN THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

The federal government has no jurisdiction over intrastate commerce because the Declaration of Independence is the organic law of the land and its main tenet is that “all men are created equal”. To make the importing of articles from the U.S. possessions fall under the foreign commerce clause, the U.S. possessions are treated as foreign countries (see 26 USC §§ 2014(g), 865(i)(3), and 872(b)(7) for examples). More

It must be hell to be so indebted to corporate donors

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Paul Griepentrog (c)copyright 2010

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The following is a response to my concerns regarding S510 and the enforcement provisions in the regard to the violations of due process and failure to provide just compensation for the proposed takings.  Having watched C-Span testimony on this bill leads me to believe that none of the senators truly understand the impact of the implementation of these bills.  Senator Feingold is an attorney and sits on the house judiciary committee and yet failed to respond to these legal concerns.  Claims of broad based support for these food safety bills is only an indication that there is no cure for stupid.________

 

Honorable Senators; 

  The proposed bill S 510 leaves much to be desired in its application from a judicial aspect.  It voids due process of law and equal protection under the law by allowing the administrator only reason to believe to initiate a takings against a food producer in the form of a recall.  It effectively converts the right to produce and share food that has been enjoyed since agrarian societies emerged, into a crime. 

Despite claims of food safety it effectuates a furtherance of consolidation of production, to the mega corporations’ advantage by eliminating small producers, raising the potential of tortuous claim for economic advantage.

A formal rebuttal was filed regarding FDA’s claim of interstate authority applying to local production, on the Federal Register, wherein the FDA sought to gain authority for rulemaking and thereby having commenced an action.   Having failed to respond the FDA is therefore in default and has acquiesced by silence to the fact that it has no authority over interstate trade. 

Response from Senator Feingold:

Dear Mr. Griepentrog,

Thank you for contacting me regarding S. 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act and your concerns about the inspection and safety of imported food and food products.   

As you know, Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) introduced the Food Safety Modernization Act on March 3, 2009.  The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions passed S. 510 on November 18, 2009.  You can find information about this legislation at http://help.senate.gov/, including efforts of Senator Durbin and others to address concerns about the legislation.

On September 24, 2008, I sent a letter to then-FDA Commissioner Andrew von Eschenbach expressing my concerns about melamine contamination in Chinese dairy products.  This recent series of contaminations killed several children in China, and sickened thousands more.  

I have heard from several Wisconsinites who are concerned about the impact food safety legislation may have on small producers and processors. As the main proponent of a provision included in last year’s farm bill to expand and improve USDA’s office responsible for small farms and ranches, I am particularly mindful of concerns that any of these regulations could unduly burden small farms or interfere with local food systems. That is why I am a cosponsor of S. 2758, the Growing Safe Food Act.  Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) introduced this legislation, which would establish a national food safety training, education, extension, outreach, and technical assistance program for agricultural producers.  This bill would profit NGOs and governmental agencies in the attempt to educate producer about processes we have practiced for decades and is effectively a welfare check for governmental agencies and NGO’s. 

I have consistently supported programs like the Rural Microentrepreneur Assistance Program (RMAP) and the Value-Added Producer Grant program that provide assistance to locally focused and operated enterprises.  I have also heard concerns from some Wisconsinites that food safety legislation would eliminate organic food and regulate personal gardens.  I will keep these concerns in mind should such legislation come before the full Senate.  More welfare programs and a very defined failure to commit on the issue in an election year.

I will continue to support efforts to protect American consumers from unsafe food and products.  Thanks again for contacting me.  I look forward to hearing from you in the future about this or any other matter of concern to you.

Sincerely,             

Russell D. Feingold
United States Senator

Our Own Government Has Become Our Enemy”

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“Our Own Government Has Become Our Enemy”

By Chuck Baldwin

August 3, 2010

This column is archived here: ”Our own government has become our enemy.” So said Pinal County (Arizona) Sheriff Paul Babeu.

“Babeu told CNSNews.com that rather than help law enforcement in Arizona stop the hundreds of thousands of people who come into the United States illegally, the federal government is targeting the state and its law enforcement personnel.

“‘What’s very troubling is the fact that at a time when we in law enforcement and our state need help from the federal government, instead of sending help they put up billboard-size signs warning our citizens to stay out of the desert in my county because of dangerous drug and human smuggling and weapons and bandits and all these other things and then, behind that, they drag us into court with the ACLU.’ Babeu said.”

The Arizona Sheriff was then quoted as saying: “Our own government has become our enemy and is taking us to court at a time when we need help.” More

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