It's time to get back to ConstitutionThere is a single proper course for American government: Constitutionalism. America is a Constitutional Republic.
The powers and duties of government are enumerated. They cannot be increased or decreased. They do not change based on the political philosophy of the officeholder. They are not Republican or Democrat, liberal or conservative; they are only Constitutional and permitted, or unconstitutional and impermissible.
Radical is defined by the direction and degree American government has degenerated from the Constitution over the past century under progressive assault from both sides of the aisle.
All federal authority rests on faithful compliance with the solemn oath demanded to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution” as a prerequisite to being delegated any federal authority; yet America has slithered into a calamitous bog of overspending in pursuit of unconstitutional objectives.
Equal justice under law replaced by hate crimes that apply only to selected minorities du jour (regardless of facts). Arbitrary mandated discrimination tragically masquerades as equal opportunity. Blind justice replaced by misogynistic and fictitious social justice. American education restructured — not to educate but to socially engineer for failure. Our elected officials seek to segregate rather than integrate — to divide to conquer.
Only Congress can make laws: neither the executive nor the judicial has that authority.
Government has no authority to pick and choose existing laws to enforce or ignore and must faithfully execute all laws in their totality.
Any political discussion dealing with anything but constitutionality is no more than a deceitful, anti-productive and senseless diversion.
Constitutional governance empowered American exceptionalism for 150 years. To restore America, we must restore constitutional governance.
Frank D. Banta, Newnan