What is with the Healthcare Act?

What is with the Healthcare Act?

DDTX5uuXUAAn9W2I generally try to keep about as far away from this type of dog fighting regarding the GOP versus Obamacare; moreover, it is basically how Americans feel about their own government and the intervention of such into our lives.

I believe that the GOP is having tumultuous problems trying to iron out this healthcare fiasco. However disturbingly, I believe that one of the great contributions to this mess happens to be liberals; yet, they are not the solely to blame. Just for the record I will admit that many a republican is just as at fault.

Openly and quite admittedly, I do have a problem with this entire nonsensical rubbish. An attempt at explaining if only for feedback to assist my understanding of the mess.

  • First and foremost, I believe it is the lameness and laziness of the Republican Party; why? For the amount of time they have had, there can be no semblance of with Obamacare.
  • President Trump is in the right corner when he states, “We ought to let Obamacare die.”
  • The only way people are going to see the benefit of a National Health Care plan is to be without one.

Now as for all of us Americans, here are my griefs: Essentially, when it comes to the old bastion of “they’re invading my privacy with monitoring cellphones, data mining, computers, and a camera on every pole, post or what have you,” carries and immense amount of weight.

We let the democrats and Barack Obama take on healthcare because of our laziness. If not, produce your letters to your congressional officials. Former President Barack Obama contributed to the further deduction that America is in fact, a welfare state. And most of us allowed that to happen.    DDTWwSQXgAAkLKA

Hear me now or forever hold your peace – Obama’s presidency reminded me very much of the post-civil rights movement of the 1960s and 1970s. For whatever reason a minority felt they needed something – then stop the world and let’s give it to them.

Unfortunately for many – you lot bought straight into it! For the Creator’s sake here, the racism going on in this nation right now is all people of color, and/or different places of origin let’s go straight after whites. It has gotten far out of control!

  • I mean you want to throw some excrement at Hollywood, then by all means cry, biotch, and outright throw a tantrum about an OSCAR!
  • We don’t want the government invading our privacy, but hell make them the dispute on whether or not you need birth control or an abortion.
  • Why is the government even involved with this nonsense!

You betcha – entitlements are for those folks who actually need them. What do you saySunset-Wallpaper-Awesome-HD we all just back off?

Republican party members (except Susan Collins R-Maine) you should be thinking, “Hum, HMO or Kaiser Permanente from the 1970s.

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This is really Irritating and starting to Infuriate me!

This is really Irritating and starting to Infuriate me!

BBD1GQyWhat is it with all of the “Pride” hoopla going on in various cities especially New York City with all of the marching, some protesting, flying colors, coming out, and above all the world leaders just had to announce they are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, and Queer.

Just as NYC Pride festivities got underway on Sunday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo had some timely news to announce: The artist Anthony Goicolea had been chosen to design the first official monument for those LGBTQ’s to be commissioned by the State of New York.

However, this is perhaps celebratory, yet at the same time, I feel it causes a substantial confusion to the frivolities. The parade started under way on June 14, 2017, and goes by, “Gays Against Guns” organized a rally and march in New York City’s West Village, starting at The Stonewall Inn on June 14, 2017; in memory of Gilbert Baker, creator of the Rainbow Flag, the international symbol of LGBTQ…

Therefore, as of Sunday, June 25, 2017, Andrew Cuomo is announcing that the artist Anthony Goicolea had been chosen to design the first official monument.BBDb9Vr

Anyway, it seems as though the politicians (and please don’t forget that!) are making the most of this parade by sticking their heads and the state’s funds into it as well.

But the main festivities seem to be running all the distance from June 23 to July 2, 2017, as World Pride 2017 runs from June 23 to July 2 and coincides with worldwide celebrations of June as Pride Month. Cities around the globe host their own festivities, which often feature parades and performances.

But while the issue of LGBT rights continues to gain attention as a highly politicized matter around the globe, few openly LGBT people have held leadership positions as heads of state.

Here’s a look at those who have made history: 1-Jóhanna Sigurdardóttir, Iceland; 2-Elio Di Rupo, Belgium; 3-Xavier Bettel, Luxembourg; 4-Leo Varadkar, Ireland, and the latest, 5-Ana Brnabic, Serbia. So, I would say “it’s okay now Hillary.”

Quite openly I do not nor will I ever have the right to tell someone who they can marry or be involved with. However, between reverse-racism and now a let’s tell the world and celebrate it, I believe that is just a bit of reverse-discrimination.

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This is Criminal Usurpation

This is Criminal Usurpation by a Judicial Officer and he should be Impeached!

scalesA federal court halted the deportation of more than 100 Chaldean Christians that Homeland Security had been poised to send back to their home in Iraq, as a judge dealt yet another blow to President Trump’s immigration plans.

Judge Mark A. Goldsmith, an Obama appointee to the bench, said he feared some of the Iraqis’ lives would be in danger if sent to Iraq, and said that was too much of a risk to run while he heard more extensive arguments in the case.

He issued an injunction granting a 14-day stay of deportations for all Iraqis arrested in the Detroit region recently or in the coming days.

Judge Goldsmith said the Trump administration was moving with “speed” to try to deport the Iraqis, so he felt compelled to step in to potentially save lives. Seriously now, who does this judge think he is?

“Such harm far outweighs any conceivable interest the Government might have in the immediate enforcement of the removal orders before this Court can clarify whether it has jurisdiction to grant relief to Petitioners on the merits of their claims,” he wrote.

What this usurping judge is failing to do is to obey the rules, regulations, and ordinances entered into by the USA legislative branch, USA executive branch and moreover, the complete and utter denial of laws already broken by these individuals. (Please read more.)

seal_of_the_united_states_department_of_justice_svgThe Iraqis include convicted murderers, rapists, burglars and drug traffickers who are either illegal immigrants or who came legally then committed crimes that make them deportable.

But they argued that sending them back to Iraq, where the U.S. government has said Chaldeans face genocide, is akin to a death sentence. They want to have their cases reopened so they can argue that circumstances have changed in their home countries, making their previous deportation orders null.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has arrested nearly 200 Iraqis since the start of May, including 114 in the Detroit area, which is home to a large Chaldean population. Nearly all have criminal records.

“The operation in this region was specifically conducted to address the very real public safety threat represented by the criminal aliens arrested,” Gillian Christensen, an ICE spokeswoman, said in defending the arrests last week. “The vast majority of those arrested in the Detroit metropolitan area has very serious felony convictions.”   iceice-300x117

Some Iraqis have been under deportation orders for years, but the Iraqi government refused to accept them until the Trump administration struck a deal with Iraq earlier this year for the Middle Eastern nation to start accepting its deportees again.

ICE didn’t immediately comment on the judge’s ruling Thursday.

Government lawyers had argued federal district courts had no power to review the cases, saying that under the law, the correct recourse would have been to move to reopen the cases in the immigration system or file an appeal with a circuit court.

The government didn’t argue the merits of the deportations.

Judge Goldsmith pointed out that lack of discussion in his brief ruling Thursday.

His ruling marks the latest instance where a federal judge — and, in particular, a Democratic-appointed judge — has blocked Mr. Trump’s effort to use what he sees as his lawful powers under immigration law.

Trump lawyers have argued that judges are overstepping their boundaries in claiming powers to rule on immigration cases.

Judge Goldsmith said he’s not sure yet whether he does have jurisdiction, but said it’s up to him to decide and said he needs time to figure it out, saying “an orderly court process” is called for in this case.

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Was John F. Kennedy that good?

Was he that good?

jfl1I hope this comes as no surprise to most of you who are reading, but as I have stated many times on this site I am in the process of having a book published. In fact, I just received my first edited copy from my publisher and once again I am writing my rear end off.

One of the notions that actually appears in the introduction of the book is how much I believe our nation has changed over the years. An example of what I am trying to convey is that during our Founder’s time of creating a government — a Republican form of government — not to be misconstrued with the Republican Party. The Repub-lican form to a large degree was created to keep an eye or watch on our governing officials; we are to look, keep order, and watch after corruption and crime by said officials. This is the government that our Founding generation developed for us.

We, in their words, are to be civic-dutiful and exercising self-control. Civic virtue became a must for the Founder’s experiment to work. At the core of civic virtue was, in fact, the peoples’ right to property ownership; moreover, inextricably linked were the existence of equality, liberty, and freedom for everyone.

Right? What I am trying to illustrate is that may have been ideally what they wanted and up to the Civil War it may be what they got. However, I believe all of that is changed. I further believe that there have been decades or generations of graft, corruption, and crime in our government. I was just reading an article about, “Now that the Obama administration is over…look at what he did.” Yet, for tonight’s article, I’ve decided on this one.

He was killed more than half a century ago, and in the decades since, much of what shaped the hagiography has been stripped away. The images of the young husband and father, radiant wife by his side and adorable children cavorting in the Oval Office, have been overshadowed by reality; he was a reckless philanderer who took the mistress of a Mafia chieftain as a lover.

The image of a glamorous leader who embodied “vigor” concealed a man wracked by illness. The president who spoke in idealistic terms of public service abused the power of his office, tapping phones and unearthing tax returns to compel steel executives to rescind their price hikes. His administration sought for years to topple Fidel Castro and looked for ways to kill him. He ran in 1960 as a Cold Warrior, using false statistics about a nonexistent “missile gap,” and sent 16,000 “advisers” to Vietnam, deepening a commitment his successor pursued into the longest, most divisive war in our history.jfk3

And yet historians, a recent survey showed, rank John F. Kennedy as our eighth-best president, just below Jefferson and just above Reagan, although his tenure was the shortest of all but six chief executives. The public rates him as the best of all presidents since 1960.

He had entered the White House as a reluctant combatant in the fight for civil rights, accommodating segregationists who held congressional power by appointing racist judges. But when the foot soldiers of the civil rights fight staged sit-ins and demonstrations, he told the nation on June 11, 1963, that “we are confronted … with a moral issue as clear as the American Constitution,” and proposed a sweeping public accommodations bill that made him a pariah in the South and threatened his reelection.

Back then, polls showed that three-quarters of Americans (75%!) believed that the government did what was right all or most of the time. Within a decade, after the twin blows of Vietnam and Watergate, barely a third of Americans held that trust.

We have long since learned that “Camelot” was a carefully constructed myth, driven by his widow and his acolytes. We have long since learned that Kennedy was a man with deep character flaws. But he was also a president who, unlike so many who followed, understood the limits of power, who learned from his mistakes, whose public prudence during the most dangerous of times, may have helped avoid a nuclear war.

So if half a century on, we still wonder at what might have been, it is more than an exercise in mythology. There is a genuine case to be made that in his death, we lost the possibility of a very different world.

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Eric Holder for President…? What next?

 

Eric Holder for President…? What next?

holder-in-contemptWell finally! Yep, Meghan McCain and I finally agree on one particular issue! This article is about the disgusting behavior displayed by former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, the consequences thereof, and Ms. McCain who when she originally started working for Fox News and by her own admission, was a RINO (Republican in Name Only), which I found to be offensive. Just to be certain this is the same Meghan, the proud daughter of Senator John McCain, who I must add is really developing into quite the political commentator.

Former Attorney General Eric Holder is reportedly joining the anti-President Trump “resistance” and mulling a presidential run in 2020.

“I want to use whatever skills I have, whatever notoriety I have, to be effective in opposing things that are, at the end of the day, just bad for the country,” Holder told Yahoo news. “Now is the time to be more visible. Now is the time to be heard.”

On “Outnumbered” today, Meghan McCain said she can think of a more fitting place for Holder than the White House: the big house.
And for the longest time I have felt the same way. Let’s do an upbrief on the consequences that have happened in the ruin of Eric Holder:

  • After his 18 to 24-month delay in submitting critical evidence to a Senate Committee as well as the House Committee on Government Reform and Ethics…
  • Eric Holder was found in Contempt of Congress which should have immediately amounted to jail time…
  • Yet, and I just learned this tidbit of information, that Holder was also given the Censure of Congress, which for all of us means he was censored from using any means available to him to communicate with congress.
  • This is a shared penalty that Holder now holds with Sen. Joseph McCarthy claim: Both were Censured by acts of congress.  

Now then even though Meghan McCain stated that for Eric Holder to seek the Presidency in 2020 was “asinine” allow me to ask you, just like Hillary Rodham Clinton would you even entertain a person who was found in Contempt of Congress, moreover, censured by such, who was basically forced to resign from his position as Attorney General because of the above mentioned criminal activities and his demagoguery in Ferguson, Missouri, who would want a person of no character as President?

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Tumultuous Times…Hum…Is Freedom of Speech a myth?

 

Tumultuous Times…Hum…Is Freedom of Speech a myth?

 

Fighter on deckIf I may I would like to espouse on a couple of matters that involve Syria, the Assad regime – in particular, what is happening in the skies above Eastern Syria involving Iran, ISIS, Russia, Syria, and the USA. Otherwise, time permitting and space I would like to say something at how ridiculous matters surrounding our first amendment right of free speech are being sought and for what?

First, however, are the issues that occurred in Eastern Syria this past weekend. Breaking this matter down into more coherent episodic events the conflicting Middle East, Russian backed participants, as well as the retaliatory measures taken by Iran in which are due to the bombing and subsequent deaths of twenty or so individuals with ISIS taking all the credit. Yet, fearful of the USA losing men, women, including pilots is of great concern when our pilots engage enemy opposition.

A U.S. Navy fighter jet shot down a Syrian government warplane after it attacked Washington-backed fighters near ISIS’ de facto capital of Raqqa, the U.S.-led coalition said Sunday.

In a statement, the coalition headquarters in Iraq said that a F/A-18E Super Hornet shot down a Syrian Su-22 that had dropped bombs near positions held by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

There is not any real semblance of who is doing what to whom. U.S. forces tangled earlier this month with Syria-allied aircraft in the region. On June 8, U.S. officials reported that a drone likely connected to Iranian-supported Hezbollah forces fired on U.S.-backed troops and was shot down by an American fighter jet. thinker on throne

In all frankness is seems as though the fighting coalitions are, USA and Syrian Rebels fighting ISIS, while one cannot ignore the coalition of Russian and the Assad Syrian government regime allegedly fighting ISIS, and it is a new concern (at least for me!) that Iran and Hezbollah are going after ISIS as well as the USA and Syrian rebels. There really doesn’t seem to be much difference then say the Vietnam experience with the Soviet Union, China, and North Korea aiding North Vietnam along with the Viet Cong, with the USA taking over from the French after colluding to have Diem’s government ousted.

Ngô Đình Diệm, the president of South Vietnam, marked the culmination of a successful CIA-backed coup d’état led by General Dương Văn Minh in November 1963. On 2 November 1963, Diệm and his adviser, his younger brother Ngô Đình Nhu, were arrested after the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) had been successful in a bloody overnight siege on Gia Long Palace in Saigon. This does look strangely familiar, commonly referred to as “proxy wars.”

I do believe that we are seeing and/or experiencing the politically correct death of free speech in this country. Most would believe that the right to freely speak or express oneself is being gone after. However, as I heard today by several “experts” the notion has to do with the intent of what is being said.

Interestingly the two most common words being used were the attempt to “incite” and “provoke” people into situations that they normally would not be involved in. So, in a nutshell finale here, the argument was centered around whether or not a person was provoking an incident but not meaning to play a part which would be held as legal speech or if a person was seen as being incendiary with a part in the action; therefore, the person would be held legally responsible.

So then one of the experts says to a panel, “what about the guy who without intent of using the device, boards a  plane carrying a bomb?”

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“Buy American, Hire American”

 

“Buy American, Hire American”

Unknown-5-220x150The President of the United States, Donald Trump, will sign an executive order prioritizing Americans over foreign workers. This order will be directed towards federal agencies that recommend changes to the temporary visa program known as the H-1B visa. This permit is used to bring foreign workers to the United States to fill high-skilled jobs that American’s cannot fill. The order Trump will sign calling for “the strict enforcement of all laws governing entry into the United States of labor from abroad for the stated purpose of creating higher wages and higher employment rates for workers in the United States.”

President Trump in the past has accused companies of abusing the H-1B program which is mainly used in the technology industry. He ordered the federal agencies to start implementing a tighter temporary visa program. He also is seeking to change the government procurement practices to increase the purchase of American goods in federal contracts. Both are implementing a tighter visa system and improving the purchasing process are part of President Trump’s “buy American and hire American” order.

I will not speak for you; however, as I am concerned having the H-1B visa program used for the technology industry is akin to rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic! One of the greatest problems that we face in America as I write this article is within the area of cyberspace hacking, spying, and we all know the indication of “loose lips sink ships.”  hillary_collage_resized

As for me and I do not mind admitting this whatsoever, that when unqualified entrepreneurs from the technology industry begin to discuss politics, especially immigration reform, their words cause me great concern and above all, anxiety.

It is important for me to state that these dropouts or noncontinuing to graduate people, do not understand what they are talking about. If they did then they would be going beyond the law with regards to E-Verify programs or no papers no work. But profits are their main goal in life period. Furthermore, I could care less if the new visa holders are more qualified engineers or simply more educated. As I understand what the president is doing is putting a stricter immigration process on tech companies, corporations, and the H-1B immigrant.

The executive order will be signed in the world headquarters of Snap-On Inc, a tool manufacturer in Kenosha, Wisconsin. This executive order was the first attempt in rolling out Trump’s “America First” campaign to reform the US immigration policies and encourage the use and purchase of American products. Once the executive order is in place, many departments such as the Labor, Justice, Homeland Security, and State will be called upon to start the cracking down on fraud and abuse in the US immigration system to protect American workers.

This hard yet noble work was forecasted in President Trump’s campaign long before the election happened. Now, if we could get the Supreme Court to look at the merits of the travel initiative, rather than what a person may or may not have muttered before they were voted into the Presidency, and cross your fingers that the high court of America does not usurp or use before the election was won by President Trump to play with the travel initiative.

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Judicial Usurpation?

Judicial Usurpation?

BBCJdZdAfter the jurors in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial informed the judge that they were deadlocked, and the judge sent them back for more deliberation, the entertainer’s spokesman Andrew Wyatt declared it a win.

“Today we have really seen Mr. Cosby get the justice he was looking for,” he told reporters.

But the case is not over, even if the jury deadlock is a signal of sharp disagreement over Cosby’s guilt or innocence. He is facing three aggravated indecent assault charges involving accuser Andrea Constand. If convicted, he could be sentenced up to 10 years on each count.

There is several problems with this matter that make me very uncomfortable. Of the first part, let’s just have a look at who this person is, shall we? For those of you who openly know me, moreover, for all those who don’t, I do not mean to be insensitive to the plight of any human being who feels they have been wronged. Everyone, according to our Constitution, will get their chance, or in this case a shot at Dr. William Cosby. Yet, if that is a person’s wish, let’s make sure that we are completely correct in all of our assumptions.

We are not talking about any run of the mill person here in this case. Being a fair judge, it does not matter to me who is on trial.

However, it does matter to me that a person’s integrity, good character, and consummate civil libertarian should play to the accused honor and well-being. For those who may have forgotten Bill Cosby is far more than one’s actor or comedian. He is referred to as “Dr.” because he is, in fact, a doctor of education or Ed.D. A doctorate he earned during a time in this nations history when being black and furthering education credentials was not vogue.

Or and I sincerely hope not that this man lost a child to murder! A case committed by an illegal immigrant from Russia for an unidentified reason. According to the convicted murderer, he was originally setting up a kidnapping for what other than RANSOM?

“>Dr. Cosby, regardless of what anyone says about the man, until he is convicted of these various “sex related crimes” that no doubt have ladies, never heard of ladies, coming out of the wood work looking for a conviction to sue for BIG MONEY.  money scale

Judge Steven O’Neill denied a defense request for a mistrial, saying that it was “inappropriate at this time.”

So, what happens next? Here’s a guide to the possible scenarios:

Deadlock. It’s tricky to guess how much more time the jury will give itself before folding. It is not unheard of for a jury to go back to deliberating and reach a verdict. They could also deadlock on one or more of the counts and not on the others, although they did not indicate that they had reached a verdict on any of the counts on Thursday.

“I don’t think the fact that they announced a deadlock can give us any idea of what is going to happen,” said Steven Fairlie, a criminal defense attorney in Pennsylvania who has been tracking the case. He said that the Cosby spokesman’s suggestion that this was a victory is mere “spin.”

But he said that the word of the deadlock suggests a degree of tension in the jury room.

He noted that judges instruct jurors to return to deliberations with the phrasing, “as long as it’s not going to do violence to their conscience or their individual opinions.” That’s a sign of just how contentious they can get.

“We don’t know how much longer the jury will deliberate,” Fairlie said. “I think when a block of jurors says, ‘I will never change my mind,’ you know it is done.” That would mean that they are “hopelessly deadlocked.”

So, if that happens, then it would be a mistrial. That hasn’t happened yet.

Priya Sopori, partner at Greenberg Glusker, doubts that the jury will come to a verdict.

“In my experience, sending them back to deliberate will not do any good,” she says, adding that she predicts that there will be a hung jury.

She noted that one of the questions that the jury had was about the third count, alleging that Cosby gave Constand a drug without her knowledge “for the purpose of preventing resistance.” The jury asked for the definition of “without her knowledge.” He declined to elaborate.

“They are probably grappling with serious issues of consent in the taking of the drugs, and the understanding that the drugs would lead to a romantic interlude,” Sopori said.

Mistrial. A hung jury almost always means that the judge declares a mistrial.

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It is amazing how some can be so stupid!

attorney'sAttorney General Jeff Sessions, in testimony before a Senate committee, called it “an appalling and detestable lie” for Democrats to suggest he would collude with Russians to undermine the U.S. presidential election.

“I did not recuse myself from defending my honor against scurrilous and false allegations,” @USAGSessions says.

Sessions himself frequently stirred up Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee when he answered some of their questions Tuesday by saying, “I don’t recall” or “I don’t recall at this moment.”

They also didn’t like it when Sessions wouldn’t talk about private conversations with President Donald Trump, whose candidacy he supported early on.

The attorney general, a former U.S. senator and federal prosecutor who decided to recuse himself from congressional and law enforcement investigations of Russian interference in the election, clearly took umbrage Democrats’ allegations regarding him and his integrity: ( Please see the page titled Commentary and Opinion for further reading.)

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Please tell me what you think!

Please tell me what you think!

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You have been tarnished! Hats off to Mr. Comey

This article is for those, with pitchfork and ax in hand, who want to know what to do about the problems we currently face in this country.

This situation of America is in trouble, is not something that is new by any means. The intention of this article is to make known to you the notion of America being in serious trouble that is unique and in fact, supersedes any other time in this nation’s history, including the Civil War and what is commonly referred to as Watergate.

In order to have a specific, sophisticated means of achieving this goal it is believed that the best possible description and impact of the problems should be defined.

The distinction of America being in trouble is one that is so aligned with the people who have or had lived in this nation. America is not an old country by any measurement. However, that specific identity does not lend to the notion of the nation experiencing “growing pains.” Although on the historic scale America is seen to be younger than most other legitimate nations on earth, it nonetheless has progressed out of these growing pains shortly after the nation endured the civil war.

Therefore, one would be correctly identifying the problems that America now faces if one were to look at what the ideals were as the founders began creating the democracy that governs us to this day.  download (1)

It is so very important that one remembers that the ancestry of the Founder’s had been here on the site for approximately one hundred eighty years prior to developing into the original 13 British colonies. Furthermore, our ancestors were, in fact, joining the indigenous people who were on this property long before the British, Scots-Irish, Dutch, French, German, or Scandinavian people ever arrived.

It is viewed by many scholars that we indeed owe our very existence, or lives to these native-born individuals. This is one of the areas we look forward to as the series progresses.

When it has alluded too, America is in trouble, is as true as anything that could be expected. Consequently, An Open Autopsy on America is a title that basically tries to do just that technique. As many other esteemed authors have done and will continue to do as we are attempting to open up America and look at those matters that have caused the problems and troubles that now exist.

Clearly one of the biggest problems that have gone unnoticed for generations now would have to be the very idea of going against what the founders took the responsibility to do. The Founder’s used the most available resources they could possibly acquire from America, yet most of the material that was actually used was in fact, from Europe.

founding docsHaving become disgruntled with the Articles of Confederation as the founding ordinance of the new Republic, the Founder’s embarked on an entirely new exposition. Developing through experiential means, a new system of governance never applied before in the history of civilization, what is now commonly called a Representative Democracy whereby having a government and country that was to be solely belonging to the people and therefore, managed by the people, each having an elected Representative that at the beginning of the experiment the individual was to have a voice in the governance, with the representative alongside them as they participated.

Please, it is of critical importance to understand that the Republican form of government has nothing whatsoever to do with the Republican Party that is involved with politics as seen in the United States. The Republican form of governance only begins to become a viable concern during the Middle Ages and was exercised primarily by the Greeks until the Northern city states of Italy also began the practice of governance; we must not forget that the Northern Italian city-states were not aligned with the Roman Empire.

The primary purpose of the Republican form of government in the newly formed United States of America was intent on a single purpose: Having a Representative democracy whereby the entire nation was to be policed by the citizenry. This means that the primary command of the governance was held by the people to expose, identify, and to uncover crime and corruption within the federal government. In addition, the Republican form supported the very notion of Representative Democracy whereby the people owned everything, and most importantly lived by the rule of law. Others within the political system we know see, ostensibly live above that same rule of law.

Okay then, so I asked, “What do you think?” (Thank you!)

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