Well I started this blog post at least four times now. Those that know me would expect that I build the clock for the New Year instead of answering your question as to when the midnight chime will strike. With that, I’ll try and keep the answer to the question simple and see if I can hit the 500-word blog rule.
As we look at the future opportunities in 2015 to extend the Founders Principles of Liberty we have to look at the past year for successes and losses. When I look at the past, I cannot see 2014 with out looking at the period between 1764 and 1772. As I will always preface anything I post, Ecclesiastes always nails it – “There is nothing new under the sun.”
The wins in 2014 are limited in my point of view. I’ll start with the local. We still do not have enough precinct people getting their feet on the street and exercising their responsibilities to their constituents. Precinct Officers are for the most part playing the role nationally and show up for district meetings to do the bare minimum of voting in those higher profile aspects of the job. The fact remains that they are the ‘First and Closest’ person elected in the community and they need to be meeting those in the community for all the reasons I’ve talked about in every forum I’ve been invited to speak at and on the radio program. So I continue to put the Precinct Person limited activity in the “LOSS Column.”
Related to this are several wins that outside organizations have accomplished. There are the national groups that have rallied local Citizens to get out the vote, voter information, issue information and yes, getting “nullification” legislation introduced. This is all wonderful in the “SUCCESS Column.” But there are many losses in the local and county areas when we look at the aggression of the EPA via ‘sustainability’ into the smallest cities in America. The enslavement of the Citizenry by the encroachment in property rights would have the Founders marching with 300, 000 armed men into the heart of the beast. But men in America have been eviscerated with sports and economic feudalism that they don’t understand that they are slaves to the lords of sustainability let alone all the other encroachments that we don’t have the word count to address.
Congress Care, known as the ‘Affordable Care Act’ is a nothing more than a communist feudal system to control the Citizenry. It is a teetering in litigation and the cowardness of those that foisted it on the Citizenry. The opportunities to defund it by the Republican House was a great loss and a proof of the culpability of the House leadership in the demise of Foundational Intent for protecting private property – being the personal finances and private effects of the individual. This battle is still in the air with some minor Wins and major Losses since it is still a law that is funded.
Well, I’m over the word count and we haven’t even begun to cover the significant wins and losses. Even with the so-called Republican wave of wins in November to take the House and Senate, the leadership is still in the hands of the international bankers and lobbyist. Golly, this is exactly what the Anti-federalist warned of. The same influences that fostered the first American Revolution are continuing to drive the nation into slavery. I’ll cover more of this on the radio program as the New Year gives opportunity.
With all that is in front of us for 2015, don’t expect a lot from the Republican leadership. When you have the likes of John McCain attacking the Patriots in Arizona and Boehner ignoring the anything that is Foundationally factual; we will see more of the same. Oh, wait for more on the destruction of our nation with amnesty and the despotic tyrannical puppet continuing to do the bidding of his puppet masters.
There have been Wins locally that I don’t have the time to get into. But, local is where the Founders began as so to do we. Get your Precinct People do what they were elected to do and if you have to, go with them or do it for them so that we can bring the essence of Liberty to fruition as our Founders Intended.
Sorry that I had to go over the 500 words but as you know, I always have a lot to say.
Have a great New Year!