2010 Federalist Papers: No. 13, States’ Rights

2010 Federalist Papers  (Link to all 9 currently published papers)

No 13, States’ Rights

Written by one of our Kingwood TEA Party members, Citizen 2010: 2010 Federalist Papers. Visit Blog link or download .pdfs of them below.

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Excerpt from 2010 Federalist. No. 01, An Overview

Since the adoption of the Constitution, we have been changing our government through Amendments, Laws, Executive Orders, Bureaucratic Decrees and Judicial Reform. Most of these issues have weakened the power of the States and the people while strengthening the central government. Additionally, we have moved from a citizen government where offices are filled by citizens who do whatever perceived duty they have and then return home to their jobs and families to a government manned by professional office holders. This has further weakened the citizens’ authority and granted that authority in great amount to government bureaucrats and the members of the two dominant political parties that set the rules within each house of Congress.

No 13, States’ Rights


Posted on May 17, 2010, in 2010 Federalist Papers and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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