Ideals

I wrote Montana Senator Steve Daines asking him to stand strong for the Republic by investigating election fraud. He responded that given the 1/6/2021 rally, he prioritized the peaceful transfer of power over justice. Certainly the peaceful transfer of power has been a hallmark of the Republic, and is rightly admired around the world. However, the evidence of a fraudulent election is overwhelming and clear. In this case, the fraud and the peaceful transfer of power are in conflict. Senator Daines chose the peaceful transfer of power, an ideal. I chose election integrity, a natural right.

The peaceful transfer of power is a result of government doing it’s fundamental job – securing our natural rights. One of those natural rights is the right to vote. We have made a social contract that each citizen of America can and should vote. We have used the ballot as a way to peaceably assemble and determine our future; showing self-governance and self-determination. As such, voting and fair elections are a natural right and an obligation.

Citizens must exercise their natural right, or else they neglect their duty to nature’s God. If God holds out a gift, and we refuse it, then we do not respect God. Codified in the Bill of Rights, is the right to free speech. If we do not speak freely, then we have given up that right. If we allow our speech to be censored, suppressed, re-written, or taken out of context, then we are not speaking freely. Voting is an expression of speech. By our vote we speak. Love him, or hate him, the vote in November 2020 was a vote for God in the name of Donald Trump, or a vote for Satan in the name of Joe Biden. The majority of votes were cast for God. The integrity of the 2020 presidential election must be looked into, because a known thief stole the election.

The thieves weren’t content to just steal the election. I was in Washington DC and attended the peaceful rally on 1/6/2021. What I saw was a peaceful protest. What I learned the following day was that peaceful demonstrators were invited into the Capitol build by the Capitol police. A small number of Antifa agitators did riot, and did incite some peaceful Trump supporters. However, the people that were invited into the Capitol are not domestic terrorists or insurrectionists. The vile Satan worshippers used this peaceful protest to change the nation’s most talked about issue from election fraud to insurrection. We now see before our eyes that history is being re-written, that censorship is rampant, that votes do not count, and that Satan’s minions will do everything within their power to destroy God’s servants.

Senator Daines certainly faced a difficult personal situation. He was pressured into an artificial decision. The left proclaimed Trump and his supporters to be terrorists and against American ideals. What the Senator missed, were the underlying natural rights at stake, and I believe he was misinformed about the rally. At this point, it’s good remember a little Benjamin Franklin: “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

McLintock

I was fortunate to be in DC for the 1/26/2021 debacle. The resounding lesson is best captured by John Wayne in the film McLintock: “Are you going to believe what you see, or what I tell you?” It’s worth watching just for that line.

Government

The only point of government is to secure and protect the inalienable rights of mankind.  It is also important to understand that each right comes with individual responsibility.  Those are the foundational principles of the Declaration of Independence:  all men are created equal – in opportunity, and that it is every individual’s duty to rebel against government that infringes on natural law.

The United States government, as I write in December of 2020, is entirely corrupt.  For instance, a national vote for president has been fraudulent, and the “Supreme” court refuses to hear the case.  Further, nearly all Senators and Congressmen have voted to deny inalienable rights to self-government and self-direction by passing a China Flu relief bill that is far more beneficial to other nations than our United States.  President Trump has rejected this law and asked, at a minimum, that citizens benefit more than illegal aliens, and that ludicrous promotions of self-interest are removed.

However, the corruption of government is so deep that aborted baby’s fetal tissue is recommended as a cure for an existent, but no more threatening than the common flu, virus originated by the world’s largest threat: China.  In a more abstract, but important, degree, President Trump does not understand that fiscal responsibility – only spend what you have – is a pillar of the United States constitution.  His “minimum” does not fulfill the natural right to have a solid currency: Article 1, Section 8.

Furthermore, if you or I were to inadvertently break a minor law, let’s pick fraudulent tax filings since no-one can understand all the tax codes, we would be prosecuted to the fullest.  In the meantime, the Bidens and Clintons are documented committing treason in courts around the world without any prosecution in the U.S.  FYI: for now, they enjoy all the benefits of citizenship while selling our nation to the highest bidder.

While these horrible corruptions continue, the United States ceases to exist.  If there is no respect for citizens versus illegal aliens, then there is no respect for commitment to the principles of freedom.  If there is no punishment for treason, then there is no justice.  Stand firm on the morals established over thousands of years by the Christian-Judeo ethic.  And, call every slimy politician a slimy bastard.  Truth, in the very long term, will prevail.  Right now, it’s going to be painful.

God

God appears in four different places in the Declaration of Independence:

  1. Creator of law – the legislator;
  2. Supreme adjudicator – the judge;
  3. Divine providence – the executive; and,
  4. The Creator of all things – the standard.

God is the only being entrusted with all three branches of government, and that is because He is the standard.

As Madison says in the fifty-first Federalist paper “if all men were angels no government would be necessary.” This is an extraordinary statement because in conjunction with the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence it demonstrates that the founding fathers realized the hierarchy of God, Angels, Humans, and Beasts. One conclusion from that statement, is that refusal to be self-governing or self-reliant means that a person has given up their humanity and become a beast. That is why our government is founded on freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom to act in your own best interest as long as it does not impinge on other people’s freedom.

State versus Federal

This will likely shock you because of the immoral circumstance we find ourselves in.

The division of responsibility between State and Federal governments was originally defined as the State governments are responsible for domestic affairs, while the Federal government is responsible for foreign affairs – with the notable exception of commerce. Using that principle, it is easy to see that the Federal government is massively bloated, and is due for a deep cleaning. The Federal government should continue to protect our liberty by managing nation security, specifically our armed forces; relationships with foreign governments; and ensuring the integrity of our borders. The additional responsibility is for the Federal government to maintain a stable currency – gold and silver – while regulating interstate and international trade. All of the other federal agencies should be disbanded:

  1. AbilityOne Commission
  2. Access Board
  3. Administration for Children and Families (ACF)
  4. Administration for Community Living
  5. Administration for Native Americans
  6. Administrative Conference of the United States
  7. Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
  8. Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
  9. African Development Foundation
  10. Agency for Global Media
  11. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
  12. Agency for International Development (USAID)
  13. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
  14. Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS)
  15. Agricultural Research Service
  16. Agriculture Department (USDA)
  17. Agriculture Library
  18. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau
  19. Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Bureau (ATF)
  20. Alhurra TV
  21. AmeriCorps
  22. AmeriCorps Seniors
  23. Amtrak (AMTRAK)
  24. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)
  25. Antitrust Division
  26. Appalachian Regional Commission
  27. Arctic Research Commission
  28. Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, National Institute of
  29. Bankruptcy Courts
  30. Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program
  31. Bonneville Power Administration
  32. Botanic Garden
  33. Bureau of Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade
  34. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)
  35. Bureau of Consular Affairs
  36. Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection
  37. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
  38. Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP)
  39. Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS)
  40. Bureau of Justice Statistics
  41. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  42. Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
  43. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
  44. Bureau of Prisons (BOP)
  45. Bureau of Reclamation
  46. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE)
  47. Bureau of the Census
  48. Bureau of the Fiscal Service
  49. Bureau of Transportation Statistics
  50. Career, Technical, and Adult Education, Office of
  51. Census Bureau
  52. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
  53. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP)
  54. Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR)
  55. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  56. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
  57. Chemical Safety Board
  58. Chief Acquisition Officers Council
  59. Chief Financial Officers Council
  60. Chief Human Capital Officers Council
  61. Chief Information Officers Council
  62. Child Support Enforcement, Office of (OCSE)
  63. Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee
  64. Civil Rights, Department of Education Office of
  65. Civil Rights, Department of Health and Human Services Office for
  66. College of Information and Cyberspace
  67. Commerce Department (DOC)
  68. Commission of Fine Arts
  69. Commission on Civil Rights
  70. Commission on International Religious Freedom
  71. Commission on Presidential Scholars
  72. Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements
  73. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
  74. Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)
  75. Community Planning and Development
  76. Compliance, Office of
  77. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US CERT)
  78. Congressional Research Service
  79. Consular Affairs, Bureau of
  80. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  81. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
  82. Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
  83. Corps of Engineers
  84. Council of Economic Advisers
  85. Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency
  86. Council on Environmental Quality
  87. Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia
  88. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
  89. Debt and Claims Management Center
  90. Delaware River Basin Commission
  91. Delta Regional Authority
  92. Denali Commission
  93. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
  94. Department of Education (ED)
  95. Department of Energy (DOE)
  96. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
  97. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  98. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
  99. Department of Labor (DOL)
  100. Department of the Interior (DOI)
  101. Department of Transportation (DOT)
  102. Disability Employment Policy, Office of (ODEP)
  103. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
  104. Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy
  105. Education Department (ED)
  106. Elder Justice Initiative
  107. Election Assistance Commission (EAC)
  108. Elementary and Secondary Education, Office of
  109. Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)
  110. Employment and Training Administration
  111. Endangered Species Program
  112. Energy Department (DOE)
  113. Energy Information Administration
  114. Energy Star Program
  115. English Language Acquisition Office
  116. Engraving and Printing, Bureau of (BEP)
  117. Environmental Management, Office of
  118. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  119. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
  120. Executive Office for Immigration Review
  121. Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
  122. Fannie Mae
  123. Farm Credit Administration
  124. Farm Credit System Insurance Corporation
  125. Farm Service Agency
  126. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  127. Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)
  128. Federal Consulting Group
  129. Federal Court Interpreters
  130. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  131. Federal Election Commission
  132. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  133. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
  134. Federal Executive Boards
  135. Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council
  136. Federal Financing Bank
  137. Federal Geographic Data Committee
  138. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac)
  139. Federal Housing Administration (FHA)
  140. Federal Housing Finance Agency
  141. Federal Interagency Committee on Education
  142. Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy
  143. Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA)
  144. Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer
  145. Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)
  146. Federal Library and Information Center Committee
  147. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
  148. Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission
  149. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
  150. Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae)
  151. Federal Protective Service
  152. Federal Register
  153. Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
  154. Federal Student Aid Information Center
  155. Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
  156. Federal Voting Assistance Program
  157. FedStats
  158. Fire Administration (USFA)
  159. Fiscal Service, Bureau of the
  160. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)
  161. Food and Agriculture, National Institute of (NIFA)
  162. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  163. Food and Nutrition Service
  164. Food Safety and Inspection Service
  165. Forest Service
  166. Fossil Energy
  167. Freddie Mac
  168. Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board
  169. Geological Survey (USGS)
  170. Ginnie Mae
  171. Global Media, Agency for
  172. Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae)
  173. Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration
  174. Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
  175. Health and Human Services Department (HHS)
  176. Health Resources and Services Administration
  177. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  178. Homeland Security Department (DHS)
  179. Hour and Wage Division (WHD)
  180. House of Representatives
  181. House Office of Inspector General
  182. House Office of the Clerk
  183. Housing and Urban Development, Department of (HUD)
  184. Housing Office
  185. Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
  186. Industry and Security, Bureau of (BIS)
  187. Institute of Education Sciences
  188. Institute of Museum and Library Services
  189. Institute of Peace
  190. Inter-American Foundation
  191. Interagency Alternative Dispute Resolution Working Group
  192. Interagency Committee for the Management of Noxious and Exotic Weeds
  193. Interagency Council on Homelessness
  194. Interior Department (DOI)
  195. James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation
  196. Job Corps
  197. John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  198. Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries
  199. Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies
  200. Joint Fire Science Program
  201. Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of
  202. Kennedy Center
  203. Labor Department (DOL)
  204. Labor Statistics, Bureau of
  205. Land Management, Bureau of (BLM)
  206. Legal Services Corporation
  207. Library of Congress (LOC)
  208. Manufactured Housing Programs, Office of
  209. Marine Mammal Commission
  210. Marketing and Regulatory Programs
  211. Meat and Poultry Hotline
  212. Mediation and Conciliation Service
  213. Medicaid (CMS)
  214. Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission
  215. Medicare (CMS)
  216. Medicare Payment Advisory Commission
  217. Merit Systems Protection Board
  218. Migratory Bird Conservation Commission
  219. Millennium Challenge Corporation
  220. Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)
  221. Minority Business Development Agency
  222. Minority Health, Office of
  223. Mississippi River Commission
  224. Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation
  225. Multifamily Housing Office
  226. National Cancer Institute (NCI)
  227. National Capital Planning Commission
  228. National Cemetery Administration
  229. National Council on Disability
  230. National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)
  231. National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
  232. National Endowment for the Humanities
  233. National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
  234. National Gallery of Art
  235. National Health Information Center (NHIC)
  236. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
  237. National Indian Gaming Commission
  238. National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
  239. National Institute of Corrections
  240. National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)
  241. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)
  242. National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)
  243. National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
  244. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)
  245. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
  246. National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  247. National Intelligence University
  248. National Interagency Fire Center
  249. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
  250. National Laboratories
  251. National Library of Agriculture
  252. National Marine Fisheries Service
  253. National Mediation Board
  254. National Ocean Service
  255. National Park Foundation
  256. National Park Service (NPS)
  257. National Pesticide Information Center
  258. National Prevention Information Network
  259. National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK)
  260. National Science Foundation (NSF)
  261. National Technical Information Service
  262. National Telecommunications and Information Administration
  263. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
  264. National Weather Service
  265. Natural Resources Conservation Service
  266. Natural Resources Revenue, Office of
  267. NOAA Fisheries
  268. Northwest Power and Conservation Council
  269. Northwest Power Planning Council
  270. Nuclear Energy, Office of
  271. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
  272. Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board
  273. Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  274. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  275. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
  276. Ocean Energy Management, Bureau of
  277. Office for Civil Rights, Department of Education
  278. Office for Civil Rights, Department of Health and Human Services
  279. Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education
  280. Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE)
  281. Office of Community Planning and Development
  282. Office of Compliance
  283. Office of Cuba Broadcasting
  284. Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)
  285. Office of Economic Adjustment
  286. Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
  287. Office of Environmental Management
  288. Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
  289. Office of Fossil Energy
  290. Office of Housing
  291. Office of Immigrant and Employee Rights (IER)
  292. Office of Investor Education and Advocacy
  293. Office of Justice Programs
  294. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
  295. Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes
  296. Office of Manufactured Housing Programs
  297. Office of Minority Health
  298. Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)
  299. Office of Natural Resources Revenue
  300. Office of Nuclear Energy
  301. Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
  302. Office of Policy Development and Research
  303. Office of Postsecondary Education
  304. Office of Refugee Resettlement
  305. Office of Science and Technology Policy
  306. Office of Scientific and Technical Information
  307. Office of Special Counsel
  308. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)
  309. Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement
  310. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology
  311. Office of the Federal Register
  312. Office of the Pardon Attorney
  313. Office on Violence Against Women (OVW)
  314. Open World Leadership Center
  315. Pacific Northwest Electric Power and Conservation Planning Council
  316. Pardon Attorney, Office of
  317. Parent Information and Resources Center (CPIR)
  318. Parole Commission
  319. Peace Corps
  320. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC)
  321. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
  322. Policy Development and Research
  323. Political Affairs
  324. Postal Inspection Service
  325. Postal Regulatory Commission
  326. Postsecondary Education, Office of
  327. Power Administrations
  328. President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition
  329. Presidential Scholars Commission
  330. Presidio Trust
  331. Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia
  332. Prevention Information Network
  333. Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB)
  334. Public and Indian Housing
  335. Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs
  336. Radio and TV Martí
  337. Radio Free Asia (RFA)
  338. Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty (RFE/RL)
  339. Radio Sawa
  340. Railroad Retirement Board (RRB)
  341. Reclamation, Bureau of
  342. Refugee Resettlement, Office of
  343. Rehabilitation Services Administration
  344. Rural Business and Cooperative Programs
  345. Rural Development
  346. Rural Housing Service
  347. Rural Utilities Service
  348. Safety and Environmental Enforcement, Bureau of (BSEE)
  349. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
  350. Science and Technology Policy, Office of
  351. Science Office
  352. Scientific and Technical Information, Office of
  353. Seafood Inspection Program
  354. Selective Service System (SSS)
  355. Small Business Administration (SBA)
  356. Smithsonian Institution
  357. Social Security Administration (SSA)
  358. Social Security Advisory Board
  359. Southeastern Power Administration
  360. Southwestern Power Administration
  361. Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Office of (OSERS)
  362. Special Forces Operations Command
  363. State Justice Institute
  364. Stennis Center for Public Service
  365. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
  366. Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement, Office of
  367. Susquehanna River Basin Commission
  368. Tax Court
  369. Taxpayer Advocacy Panel
  370. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
  371. Trade Representative
  372. Trustee Program
  373. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  374. US-CERT (US CERT)
  375. USAGov
  376. Violence Against Women, Office on (OVW)
  377. Voice of America (VOA)
  378. Wage and Hour Division (WHD)
  379. Washington Headquarters Services
  380. Weather Service
  381. Western Area Power Administration
  382. Women’s Bureau
  383. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

The agencies to keep:

  1. Air Force
  2. Air Force Reserve
  3. Architect of the Capitol
  4. Archives, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
  5. American Battle Monuments Commission
  6. Armed Forces Retirement Home
  7. Arms Control and International Security
  8. Army
  9. Army Corps of Engineers
  10. Bureau of Indian Affairs
  11. Bureau of International Labor Affairs
  12. Capitol Police
  13. Capitol Visitor Center
  14. Census Bureau
  15. Central Command (CENTCOM)
  16. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
  17. Circuit Courts of Appeal
  18. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
  19. Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice
  20. Coast Guard
  21. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (Helsinki Commission)
  22. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States
  23. Comptroller of the Currency, Office of (OCC)
  24. Congress—U.S. House of Representatives
  25. Congress—U.S. Senate
  26. Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
  27. Copyright Office – I’m up in the air on this one…
  28. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
  29. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  30. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
  31. Court of Federal Claims
  32. Court of International Trade
  33. Customs and Border Protection
  34. Defense Acquisition University
  35. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
  36. Defense Commissary Agency
  37. Defense Contract Audit Agency
  38. Defense Contract Management Agency
  39. Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency
  40. Defense Department (DOD)
  41. Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS)
  42. Defense Finance and Accounting Service Debt and Claims Management Center
  43. Defense Health Agency
  44. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
  45. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
  46. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
  47. Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board
  48. Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA)
  49. Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)
  50. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
  51. Department of Commerce (DOC)
  52. Department of Defense (DOD)
  53. Department of Justice (DOJ)
  54. Department of State (DOS)
  55. Department of the Treasury
  56. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
  57. Director of National Intelligence, Office of
  58. Economic Analysis, Bureau of (BEA)
  59. Economic Development Administration (EDA)
  60. Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment
  61. Economic Research Service
  62. European Command
  63. Export-Import Bank of the United States
  64. Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board
  65. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  66. Federal Citizen Information Center
  67. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  68. Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
  69. Federal Judicial Center
  70. Federal Maritime Commission
  71. Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
  72. Federal Reserve System
  73. Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
  74. Fleet Forces Command
  75. Foreign Agricultural Service
  76. Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
  77. General Services Administration (GSA)
  78. Government Accountability Office (GAO)
  79. Government Ethics, Office of (OGE)
  80. Government Publishing Office (GPO)
  81. Helsinki Commission
  82. Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER)
  83. Immigration and Citizenship Services (USCIS)
  84. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  85. Indian Affairs
  86. Indian Arts and Crafts Board
  87. Indian Health Service
  88. Industrial College of the Armed Forces
  89. Inspectors General
  90. Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
  91. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC)
  92. International Labor Affairs, Bureau of
  93. International Trade Administration (ITA)
  94. International Trade Commission
  95. Interpol
  96. Japan-United States Friendship Commission
  97. Joint Chiefs of Staff
  98. Joint Forces Staff College
  99. Joint Military Intelligence College
  100. Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense
  101. Justice Department (DOJ)
  102. Judicial Circuit Courts of Appeal
  103. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation
  104. Justice Programs, Office of
  105. Justice Statistics, Bureau of
  106. Marine Corps
  107. Maritime Administration (MARAD)
  108. Marshals Service
  109. Middle East Broadcasting Networks
  110. Military Postal Service Agency
  111. Mint
  112. Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
  113. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  114. National Agricultural Statistics Service
  115. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
  116. National Constitution Center
  117. National Defense University
  118. National Defense University iCollege
  119. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  120. National Guard
  121. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
  122. National Institute of Justice
  123. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  124. National Nuclear Security Administration
  125. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
  126. National Passport Information Center (NPIC)
  127. National Reconnaissance Office
  128. National Security Agency (NSA)
  129. National Security Council (NSC)
  130. National War College
  131. Navy
  132. Northern Border Regional Commission
  133. Northern Command
  134. Office of Government Ethics (OGE)
  135. Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
  136. Office of Servicemember Affairs
  137. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
  138. Office of the Director of National Intelligence
  139. Pacific Command
  140. Patent and Trademark Office
  141. Pentagon Force Protection Agency
  142. Postal Service (USPS)
  143. Prisoner of War and Missing in Action Accounting Agency
  144. Risk Management Agency
  145. Secret Service
  146. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
  147. Sentencing Commission
  148. Servicemember Affairs, Office of
  149. Southern Command
  150. Special Counsel, Office of
  151. State Department (DOS)
  152. Strategic Command
  153. Supreme Court of the United States
  154. Surface Transportation Board
  155. Trade and Development Agency
  156. Transportation Department (DOT)
  157. Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
  158. Transportation Statistics, Bureau of
  159. Treasury Department
  160. U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
  161. Unified Combatant Commands
  162. Veterans Affairs Department (VA)
  163. Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA)
  164. Veterans Day National Committee
  165. Veterans Health Administration (VHA)
  166. Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS)
  167. Weights and Measures Division
  168. West Point Military Academy
  169. White House
  170. Wireless Telecommunications Bureau

Do you agree? Using an overly simplistic measurement of the percentage of agencies to keep, that’s a 69% reduction in size for the federal government.

Justice

If you agree that government’s purpose is to preserve liberty, then you should also agree that our social contract demands that each individual pursues liberty. That is why government must have a judicial branch to ensure justice, an executive branch to serve justice, and a legislative branch to create justice. This also means that law without justice is meaningless, just as there can be no justice without law.

A core principle of the United States is exercising freedoms – particularly speech for this tidbit. The U.S. constitution guarantees that freedom, and the social contract requires that we engage in freedom of speech as a core principle.

So if you’re rioting instead of having civil discourse, you’ve neglected your duty to the social contract that makes America great. If your a modern liberal that demands hate of, and between, segments of the populace, you’ve also neglected the social contract. Both of those make you un-American, and the people who have submitted to the social contract should revoke your citizenship.

The Republic Is Lost

Have you seen any politician at a Stop the Steal rally? Have you attended one?
The federal government has known Smartmatic is a bad actor since 2006. How many elections is that?
Read it for yourself:
https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/itl/vote/SequoiaSmartmaticReport61208.pdf

Providence

John Jay, in the second Federalist paper, suggested that America was founded by divine providence sighting common ancestry, language, religion, ideas about government, morals, and values. Those factors are critical to a government that can be protect liberty, and can eternally produce a population that can support freedom.

Modern liberalism, riding on the back of racism, feminism, collectivism, and hatred, teaches that individual segments of America must hate other segments. That creates a divided population that cannot support a free government. Since our government was found on the principles of self-government, self-reliance – meaning equality – it cannot effectively govern people that promote modern liberalism. This is why there is a constant push to cast the Constitution as out-dated, or needing to be flexible and reinterpreted in a modern context. And that is true, if modern liberals want to be governed by the constitution, they must change their core value and the principles that they hold.

It is also important to note that immoral people have never been nor will ever be governed by a government based on social contract. Immorality directly contradicts that ability to create a social contract. In turn, this is why immigration is such an important topic: immigrants are granted citizenship by the consent of the people. If those immigrants do not have the same ancestry, language, religion, ideas about governments, morals, and values, they cannot practically or theoretically submit to the existing social contract.

The United States is like no other government in the world because of it’s commitment to equality and liberty. There is a ton of work required to restore it to glory, and it starts with understanding the requirements and commitment necessary to enter into our social contract.

Law and Order

Law is the father of order. When civilization begins to coalesce out of chaos, the first thing that happens is the codification of law. In it’s simplest form, law is an agreement between people on how they will treat each other. This is why when the law breaks down, or is ignored, then it is impossible for the civilization to exist.

The law can be renegotiated, it can be added to, clarified, and refined. However the law can’t be changed without assent of the consent of the people it governs. The legal system in the United States is an example. The law is set by congress, and the judicial branch enforces the law. (Well, at least it’s supposed to enforce the law!) The executive branch carries out the law, but it is the representative government, again congress, that is responsible for establishing law.