Power to the States

Phillip Damon of the Troubled Patriot features an essay on American Thinker about the importance of a vertical separation of powers in American government. The Constitution was written to limit the power of the federal government to only those powers ennumerated in the Constitution, with all other powers reserved to the states. Progressivism has fought long and hard against this concept, with the result of a massively expanded government that has no authority from the Constitution.

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