The Limits of Power

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There’s always a positive way to look at things. Consider the great lesson Obama is allowing us to learn via his recent DOJ / DOE letter to the public schools, namely, that an American President is really not that powerful – at least not powerful enough to change gender with the wave of his hand.

Here’s a quote from my recent article with Independent Journal Review:

“This is not Nazi Germany – where we goose-step to the beat of government drums. This is not China – where the government tells us how many children a family can have. This is not ISIS controlled territory – where one ideology reigns supreme. This is the United States of America. This is a nation a free people. We have the power and the GOD-given responsibility to tell immoral dictators that they can go to hell. May the rest of the nation join North Carolina in saying just that to our current administration.”

One Comment on ““The Limits of Power”

  1. Billy

    Hello Neighbor,

    The Federal Controlled Public Education has failed us for so many years, so long, that people can not discern the truth from a lie. I believe that the people in the United States today are being culturally steered. We were taught our lawful political system is a majority-rule democracy. We were taught that it was a great political system that helped make America a nation of free people. But when we check the facts, we find the truth. Democracy is a political theory that has been tried many times in history, and it has been a failure every time. We can see now with our local fool board and the DOE, what happens to scheming elected officials when their incompetence catch up. We, as a people too trusting of elected officials, have a tendency to tolerate these people to a point where we and our children are severely damaged before we make necessary corrections.

    Call the rascals out. They have rules, they took an oath to follow. They lied to us, they do as they wish or as they are told to do, by other outside forces, that is a crime. The law is called misprision….look it up. Elected Officials took an oath to defend us from foreign and domestic enemy’s. Many of them have become the domestic enemy ! North Carolina is a State in The Republic. The Government has duties, but this is not one of them !

    I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America,
    and to the Republic for which it stands,
    one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

    In the Pledge of Allegiance we all pledge allegiance to our Republic, not to a democracy. “Republic” is the proper description of our government, not “democracy.”
    A republic and a democracy are identical in every aspect except one. In a republic the sovereignty is in each individual person. In a democracy the sovereignty is in the group.

    Under God,


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