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Nobody Left to Blame – Part 1 of 2

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 5:01am 10 Comments

By Craig Andresen on October 21, 2014 at 2:41 am

Oh, to have been a fly on the wall at 1600 Pennsylvania yesterday.

It had to be somewhere between pissed and panic mode after what transpired Sunday in Maryland and I’m willing to bet there were people hiding under their collective desks trying to dodge the verbal hand grenades, tirades and mayhem.

On Sunday,…

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Liberals Have the MAD COW Over Ebola

Posted on October 20, 2014 at 5:31am 6 Comments

By Craig Andresen on October 19, 2014 at 8:31 pm

It was bound to happen.

Sooner or later, the proof that liberals suffer from mad cow disease would surface and, now we have it.

Ebola.

On Friday, the Dictator did what any left thinking ass hat would do to ease people’s undue panic over Ebola.

He named an EBOLA CZAR because, as everybody is aware,…

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Real Conservatives…Real Issues

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By Craig Andresen on October 17, 2014 at 3:33 am

A Conversation Between Craig and Diane

By: Craig Andresen and Diane Sori (RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS)

Craig: I think it’s time we have a conversation about the election coming up on November 4th. I’m seeing a lot of stuff in social…

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The Epidemic of Liberalism and TYPHOID WHO???

Posted on October 10, 2014 at 6:24am 4 Comments

By Craig Andresen on October 10, 2014 at 4:06 am

Oh, for God’s sake…

KNOCK IT OFF ALREADY would ya? The wild Ebolas are not going to stampede through your town or neighborhood and get you.

Don’t get me wrong…there are precautions you should take to minimize any chance that you could be blindsided by a marauding Ebola and primarily among them is this carefully…

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At 5:21pm on October 11, 2014, Mike Foil said…

Craig,

Just wondering if you are the same Craig Anderson who used to be with Campus Crusade for Christ at ASU, back in the 70's?

Mike Foil

At 11:40am on August 8, 2012, Cyrus J. Mallinson said…

Hello Craig – Please look this over about the CST. This is the only way to get the Federal Government under control. If you are inclined to do so call me. My phone number is at the end. Thanks. Cy.

www. constitutionalsupporttax.net

The CONSTITUTONAL SUPPORT TAX (the CST)

A States-based system to pay for Federal

expenditures that ends the Federal Government’s

power to tax and borrow money

The States of the USA, and the People, have granted the U.S. Federal Government, through Congress, the power to tax, borrow and

create money. (Article I, Section 8, Paragraphs 1, 2, and 5 of the U.S. Constitution plus the 16th Amendment. The "Big Four.") The Federal Government has monopoly control over its own financing. Has this monopoly control worked out well?

On December 31, 2000, the U.S. National Debt was $5.662 trillion. December 31, 2008, $10.700 trillion. December 31, 2011, $14.025 trillion. And, despite the November 2010 election results, $15.785 trillion on June 19, 2012. A 279% increase in less than eleven years, six months. ((Source: www. TreasuryDirect.gov Debt to the Penny (Daily History/Search.))

It can arguably be said that these taxation, borrowing and money creation powers, have been seriously and shamefully misused.

Changes need to be made to end this misuse. However, the needed changes go far beyond electing more responsible congressional and Presidential representation, as necessary as these steps may be.

The misuse, and potential for continued future misuse, will not be curtailed until the monopoly financing control created by the Big Four to pay for Federal expenditures is replaced by a States-based system. The CONSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT TAX (the CST, www. constitutionalsupporttax.net) should be that States-based system.

In summary the CST will do the following:

  1. The power to lay and collect Taxes, Imposts and Excises will be repealed from Article I, Section 8, Paragraph 1 of the Constitution along with the 16th Amendment. The power to lay and collect Duties will remain with Congress.
  2. Article 1, Section 8, Paragraph 2, authorizing Congress’ power to borrow will also be repealed.
  3. Once Congress sets the Federal Budget each year, the dollar amount of the Budget will be divided among the States by a formula that is fair to all States. This five-part formula is explained in the HOW IT WORKS section of the website.
  4. It will then be up to the People of each State, and state and local officials, to decide how their State will pay its mandatory share of the Budget. This is similar to Article VIII of the Articles of Confederation.

With the power to raise money through taxation, borrowing in the credit markets and through the Federal Reserve ended, Congress will have a powerful incentive to prepare yearly budgets that are well within the bounds of what the Constitution will allow. The States and People will be very skeptical about paying for anything beyond providing for the "common defence" stated in the Preamble to the Constitution. The Founding Fathers intended such non-defense expenditures be handled and financed at the state or local levels. GSA Las Vegas outings and more should become closed history, never to return. Think about this fully, and you will correctly conclude that the CST is the only way to end the Federal overspending problem.

Please read the website. Give it some time to "mentally digest." If you like the CST, spread the word about it among thd people you know. Questions can be submitted through the website or to me at the following contact information.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Cy Mallinson 1311 Manor St. Kalamazoo, MI 49006-2143 269-342-0410 cmallinson @aol.com

At 2:29pm on March 24, 2012, Cyrus J. Mallinson said…

Hello Craig - (An excellent write up on little "Frankie" Snider)

Why do we continue to allow the Federal Government to have the power to tax and borrow to raise money? (Article I, Section 8, Paragraphs 1 & 2 of the Constitution, plus the 16th Amendment.)

On December 31, 2000, the National Debt amounted to $5.662 trillion. December 31, 2008, $10.700 trillion. December 31, 2010, $14.025 trillion. And, despite the November 2010 election results, $15.585 trillion on March 22, 2012. ((www.TreasuryDirect.gov, Debt to the Penny (Daily History/Search.))

For nearly 100 years, since President Woodrow Wilson infused the idea of ever-growing debt into Federal Government financing, the irresponsibility with money has grown beyond comprehension.

With such easy access to money through taxation and borrowing, what incentive do "the Feds" have to spend carefully? None whatever. The hard, cold facts of nearly 100 years confirm this beyond any doubt.

There is a proposal on the table to shift to a States-based system for funding Federal expenditures and in the process ending the Federal Government’s power to tax and borrow.

The CONSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT TAX (the CST) is that proposal. The website is

www.constitutionalsupporttax.net. Please read it

.

In summary the CST does the following:

1. The power to levy Taxes, Imposts and Excises Congress currently has would be repealed from Article 1 Section 8, paragraph 1 of the Constitution, along with the 16th Amendment.

2. Paragraph 2, giving Congress power to borrow money would also be repealed.

3. Once Congress sets the Federal Budget each year, the Budget will be divided among the States by a formula that is fair to all States. This five-part formula is explained on the website in the HOW IT WORKS section.

4. At the State level, the people and State officials would decide how to pay their State's mandatory share of the Budget.

Using the States as a critical checkpoint on the flow of money into "the Feds" coffers, We the People will have much greater control over the Federal Government. Please see details of how the CST will work on the website,

www.constitutionalsupporttax.net.

Political pressure point 4 of 8 in the PRESSURE POINTS section is key to reining in Federal expansionism. Point 4 of 8 will create a whole new, on-going structure to keep Federal spending and the Federal/State relationship within the parameters the Founders envisioned when drafting the Constitution.

With uncontrolled, unlimited access to America's income and wealth through taxation and borrowing, the whole U.S. Government has no incentive to restrain spending. The 89th Military Air Wing (with much over use of Air Force One) is just one of thousands of examples.

Overspending will go on, and on, and on until this uncontrolled, unlimited access is ended. Period.

Please take some time to re-read this e-mail and the read the website. Let it "mentally digest."

If you like what you read, please forward this e-mail to your friends and contacts on Patriot networks and other places.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.

Cy Mallinson 1311 Manor St. Kalamazoo, MI 49006-2143 269-342-0410

cmallinson@aol.com

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