BY KENNETH McCLENTON
Truth, even if told by the most sincere men, is painfully obvious but seldom believed. Most, even the self assured intellectual, embrace a good lie. Such a profound speak captivates the weak and the strong alike, leaving the evidence of its kiss upon the starched collars of the most faithful mortals. We deceive ourselves to think that a constitutional federated Republic remains atop its very original bedrock. On July 1, 1909, its very foundation was cracked when the Progressives in both wings of the Democrat and Republican Parties ratified the 16th Amendment which instituted the income tax. From thence to hence, the Progressives began a 100 Years War, charging the very mountain that upheld the principles of Republican governance. Finally, as Karl Marx had prophesied to President Lincoln in 1865, one would come to move the Nation completely off its foundation.
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The bold colors of truth and lie are often passed over for more comfortable, reassuring glances upon the faint pastels of noble intentions and political correctness. Yet, the burden to prepare a Nation for come what may requires me to exert valor when others feel the liberty to mince words. With seven words, President Barack Hussein Obama, laid down the mantel of Constitutional Executive and picked up the Crown of Emperor.
Many urban media driven rationalists assert that the President's rebuttal of the Constitution by Executive Order is a luxury of separated powers neither understood fully by the bemoaning Right or appreciated fully by the insatiable Left. The conclusion from the urban provocateur is that resistance born of legitimate empathy for the law originates from an enduring, genetic trait of "racism". Many of these ringmasters of prejudice submit that rioting is a learned "American" behavior and because, it is not a "learned" African behavior then, we should not condemn the criminal behaviors of Ferguson, Missouri protestors as "uncivilized". I digress. Marxist Leon Trotsky would be proud of how Modern Progressives have used the term "racist" to bully rebels from publicly dissenting and revealing the weaknesses of their proposals. They proclaim that Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush used Executive Orders to install Amnesty and that, merely because President Obama is black, it is racist to resist the New Emperor's Edict. To the urban progressive, let us explore the rhetoric. The Federalist's Gabriel Malor writes:
Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution gives the legislative branch of government – Congress – authority to create laws covering immigration and naturalization. Both Reagan's and Bush's Executive Orders were written to instruct the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service on how it should execute and enforce the Congressional law towards illegal alien families. President Obama's Executive Order is an instruction to the Department of Justice, Homeland Security, Border Patrol Agents, etc. to not enforce Congressional law. A difference not built on race but, on reverence for and not for the US Constitution.
There are many in the Abusive Fourth Estate that do not mind a wayward Executive giving them orders to relax their efforts. Less paperwork is written. Fewer judicial encumbrances are experienced during the workday. It does not hurt that the Government's Watchdogs have eaten their fill of special interviews and now wallowing in their beds of progressive agenda influence. Whatever the Emperor deems lawful, we report as lawful. The American needs to know that everything that an Executive does is not lawful or expedient, no matter what color his skin is. According to Article VI, the US Constitution is the Law of the Land. It reads:
This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.
It is comparative to the Laws of Married Life in an American Household. The unwritten law is written in this manner: "If Momma Ain't Happy, Ain't Nobody Happy!" Sure, Daddy has executive authority in the household. In the end, he is responsible for the effectual and efficient execution of household activities. Daddy is responsible for the planning, organizing, implementation and reporting on the success and failures of all activities. All such activities have been funded by both parents and the children judge whether the activities fall within the boundaries of appreciable values, principles and statutes. However, if the Congress
known as Momma ain't happy, no amount of executive power satisfies the disdain or distrust of that pretty woman that was once awed by your ability to carry her across a threshold. Daddy's executive authority is within its limits when Momma's separation of power has been fully respected and no damage is done to the founding families' overall social, political and economic well-being or its essential agreements.
For example. Dad and Mom agree that taking the children to Washington, DC will be as educational and entertaining as any trip the family has ever taken. The children agree. Daddy discusses with Mom about making a short stop in Charlestown, West Virginia to enjoy some much needed rest and relaxation at the Casino. Mother advises that they should plan a separate trip to Charlestown so that the children would not be unduly influenced and monies could be more easily accounted. Embarking, they agree again to stay the course and plan later. Dad drives during the night. When the family awakens in the morning, they find themselves in Charlestown. Dad decides to spend a third of the budgeted monies in the Keno room. No winnings are acquired. Sorry! On the way to Washington, the children witness the discord between Dad and Mom. Words are used. Remembrances are rehearsed. Mom and Dad lodge in the room with the twin beds. Needless to say, no one has a good time. When Mom ain't happy, well! In this example, we see that the agreement between Mom and Dad was broken because Dad believed he had the absolute right and authority to satisfy himself. His belief of "If I have a good time then, I can focus on others having a good time" abused the spirit and substance of the household law. Needless to say, it was not his race that was problematic, it was the content of the character of his beliefs.
The Exceptional Conservative Show® listeners have heard many a time my reference of the United Nation's Declaration of Human Rights as the next legislative, executive and judicial goal of the progressive movement. It bemuses me when I hear conservative commentators speak of the arrogance of our Commander-In-Chief 's chase for the reigns of the United Nation's Secretary General post. Indeed, standing behind the General Assembly's podium is the only time that many of us have seen him display any signs of comfort as world leader. What other audience would have any satisfaction in the most powerful man in the world promoting an ideal of "leading from behind" than a group of spiteful rogues, self-aggrandizing despots and totalitarian terrorists? There has never been an American chosen for the post of Secretary General, so why not a man whom has experience denigrating the United States as a world power than one whom has led the self-same power? Here is the answer. He does not have to do so. President Obama, by installing the Declaration of Human Rights as America's Third Bill of Rights, becomes the de facto Secretary General and the United Nations of New York becomes our Nation's New Capitol and Supreme Authority. Wow, One World Order with fries and a shake!
Empire is defined as a political construct in which one state dominates over another state, or a series of states. So concerned that the federal government would grow so great in size and stature that it would seek centralized powers, James Madison in Federalist Paper 45 wrote, "The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government, are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite.” The federal government's positive interpretation of its Constitutional powers has enabled the Executive to dominate both Congress and the Supreme Court. Congress' lack of desire to protect their separation of power has re-enforced Administrations', for the past century, designs to weaken the Republic and install a Progressive Empire. Speaker of the House and Ohio Republican John Boehner said, " 'The president has said before that "he's not king" and he's "not an emperor," but he’s sure acting like one.' " According to the Founding Fathers' intent, the President should never think or act as if he were a King and the Party that restrains him is Congress. Unfortunately, Congress has been derelict in its duties since an Alabama conservative thought it an amusement to recommend a Constitutional amendment for the income tax. It does not help that the 17th Amendment prevents the direct representation of the states in the US Senate. Progressives in both parties--Republican and Democrat--surrendered to the court of popular opinion rather than upholding the purposes of the Founders. Today, it is easier for President Obama to Lord over the likes of Boehner and US Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican from Kentucky, than, it was for President George Washington to rule over Speaker of the House Frederick Muhlenberg and US Senate President Pro Tempore John Langdon. President Obama seeks to raise an Empire. President Washington sought to protect a Republic.
Many of you are screaming at me now as if I were a knave. " 'We the People' govern de jure! We are entitled by right of law from the founding of our Nation to rule as Sovereigns and none has greater power than the people!" I point only to the recent actions of our President as proof that Progressives have sought to rule, are ruling and will continue to rule de facto rather by de jure. Progressives do not want to be held to the standards of the Founding Fathers or even their Creator. They seek a ever increasing numeration of mercies rather than submit to the graces of a singular common denominator of principles observed by the established rulers. What have we to refer as proof of this kindred dereliction among Progressives? Let us see.
'Tonight President Obama issued an oral royal decree that will be fo...,' Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert jabbed in a statement.
The Seven Last Words of the New Emperor serves as the provocation of men and women that recognize tyranny. For the sake of this exposition, the offensive, bold truth is that we are not merely Post-Constitutional and certainly not Extra-Constitutional. We have passed from Republic to Empire. It was not simply by the actions of one President. Its discontinuance will not assured by merely one party, for progressives in each applaud the merits and actions of King Obama. It will take those that wish America to return to its original intent rather than evolve into an earthly Kingdom that will save the Nation. Maybe Boehner and McConnell need to speak to a few more mothers who ain't happy.