Oh, remember those “good old days”. Discrimination and ethnic exclusion was the norm and a political party stood for “red meat” self-interest. The catcalls today ring with a “PC” note, how dare anyone even allude that restricting immigration can be part of open debate? The memory of the American Republican Party fades into vagueness of ignorance, knowing history is not a requirement of the modern Know Nothings. If you are one of these marginal historians, how can you be expected to appreciate the anti-immigrant sentiment that existed over a century and half ago?
Just how rewarding has, the long corrosive experiment of open border been to the average family and taxpayer! Ask the discerning author, Frosty Wooldridge, who is an unambiguous source of the topic.
Debating the merits is long over for most people, the overwhelming consensus is build a fence high enough that ladders won’t reach.Ignoring and dismissing popular outrage are the underlying lessons the caretakers of the corporate/state smear in your face.
States’ Rights are anathema on the Georgetown salon circuit. The Tenth Amendment is a curse word among proponents that claim each additional abuse is fostered for the good of the children.
Know-Nothing members back in the mid 19th century did not suffer with this infliction. That is the reason they are so maligned in the history books, written by ivory tower cosmopolite thinkers. The will of the masses is repugnant to the superior vision of the masters of the universe. State legislatures stack up no better.
The State Sovereignty Movement is a response to Federal Government omnipresence. Dave Nalle writes,
“You may not have heard much about it, but there’s a quiet movement afoot to reassert state sovereignty and stop the uncontrolled expansion of federal government power. Almost half of the state legislatures are considering or have representatives preparing to introduce resolutions which reassert the principles of the 9th and 10th Amendments to the Constitution and the idea that federal power is strictly limited to specific areas detailed in the Constitution and that all other governmental authority rests with the states.
The founding fathers believed in a balance between state and federal power. This state sovereignty movement clearly arises from the belief that the balance of power has tilted too far and for too long in the direction of the federal government and that it’s time to restore that lose balance.
The emergence of this movement is a hopeful sign of the people asserting their rights and the rights of the states and finally crying “enough” to runaway government. With the threat of increasingly out of control federal spending, some of these sovereignty bills may stand a fair chance of passage in the coming year”.
A list of links to proposed legislation is found on InfoWars.com.
Is it realistic that enacting State Sovereignty laws can succeed, when the obvious response from the Beltway Beast would be to ignore the attempt to exert lawful means to put a stop to federal tyranny? And what would the Supreme “kangaroo court” Judiciary rule on such a basic constitutional precept? Are you a modern day know nothing, or do you understand the unmistakable answer to this question? Most are unable to make such a leap.
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