Look around. The country is inverted and upside down. As any follower of BREAKING ALL THE RULES knows, States' Rights are a central position of our paleo-conservative populism. A sincere review of the U.S. Constitution
clearly identifies that the Tenth Amendmentspecifies that "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States,
are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." Cornell Law School explains.
Noble ideals from an era wide-eyed with optimism and aspirations. President
Kennedy's assassination ended the age of naivety. Space exploration was always about domination through military strength
and maintaining the high ground. The United States over the last decades achieves what it does best; spend more money. The
black budgets that are buried deep within the bowls of the Pentagon do not fund a utopia. The threat of warfare on some level
never vanishes. The expanse into the universe just allows infinite space to move around the instruments for a clash of rivals.
While Space Wars Will Look Nothing Like Star Wars, the prospects of attaining celestial peace are nothing but a pipe dream.
The corporate media lapdogs are economic illiterates. Their continuous preaching
on imaginary virtues of 'FREE TRADE', which is a non sequitur used to rationalize corporatist globalism, has destroyed America's
indigenous prosperity. These fraudulent pundits or fake news presenters are presstitutes for the transnational cartels that
relish the de-industrialization of domestic enterprises. Collecting a pay check does not qualify as coherent analysis, much
less achieving the real world experience of actually owning and running a business. Academics who compile graphs and statistics
would find making a payroll for any venture where their own money is at stake, is lacking compared to a lowly business owner
who pays themselves last. The correct history of tariffs are ignored and distorted to keep people economically dumb.
New York State was once the home of icon industries. General Electric in Schenectady,
IBM in Binghamton, Kodak in Rochester and Bethlehem Steel in Buffalo were once major employers. Today such enterprises are
a mere shadow of their past glory, shell companies or virtually out of business. Bad decisions and inflexible adaptations
certainly had much to do with their demise. However, persistent negative and adverse government policies from Albany and the
NYS financial cabal in New York City has pushed and allowed the de-industrialization of Upstate economies. Even harder hit
are small businesses who have struggled for several decades to simply survive.
Pick your poison for the Trump administration's biggest failure. Russian demonization
by the State Department, movement of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem or adopting the threat of an aggressive use of nuclear
weapons are all high on the list. All of these topics deal with foreign policy. However, the country ignores or dismisses
such concerns because the bombs are not yet hitting our shores.
The conventional version of the New Deal contends it
rescued the country from the Great Depression. Those who expound this viewpoint treat Franklin Delano Roosevelt as the savior
of the country. These same disciples of the expansive bureaucratic government have never looked back. For them, their article
of faith is based upon the supremacy of executive authority. This viewpoint is content to abandon the foundational roots of
the Republic and is particularly eager to accept a centralized and governed economic system. The adverse consequences of this
departure from the land of the free are routinely ignored since the proponents of the cradle to grave society must adhere
to the myth that government is indispensible in every aspect of our lives.
onlookers must admit that major segments of society hate America and want to destroy what little remains of a Republic. The
intent of forging a limited form of government with distinct separations of power is a major impediment to the culture of
collective governance. The Bill of Rights stands in the way of the totalitarian model that globalists advocate. For these
proponents of authoritarianism, civil liberties are not based upon natural law, but only exist as a moving target of convenience
that disseminates relativism. Open borders and unchecked immigration is designed to pollute the population pool with foreign
cultural heritages that have limited historic understanding in the essential tenants that established our country or command
in the use of our language. Unobstructed migration hastens the deteriorated demographics that destroy our time-honored society
with the inevitable collapse and replacement of constitutional protections.
BATR is a comprehensive view of the human condition.
Several sites comprise this anthology. The emphasis stresses an in-depth analysis of the realpolitik that influences
society and the individual. Ideology matters. In an age where the right and left distinctions are obsolete and misleading,
asking the crucial questions is essential.
Essays written under the nom de plume, SARTRE are presented on Utopia, Reign of Terror, Stuck on Stupid, Forbidden History, Totalitarian Collectivism, Radical Reactionary, Inherent
Autonomy, Global Gulag, View from the Mount, Strappado Wrack, Dueling Twins, Solitary Purdah, Merchantry, Corporatocracy and Negotium. Archives for each series are available from their respected sites.
Integrity, insight and intelligence are sorely lacking. BATR attempts
to fill a void that is often missing. Content is bold and provocative. Commentary is the essence of BATR. No subject is off
limits, no authority immune from criticism and no power above accountability.
BREAKING ALL THE RULES is genuine "paleo" conservative populism
you can trust.
"Many seek to become a
Syndicated Columnist, while
the few strive to be a Vindicated Publisher . . . "