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America was founded on the enlightenment principles of classical liberalism.  Limited government and the strict application of the rule of law were intended to ensure individual liberty.  The Constitution’s role in institutionalizing “Americanism” is central and fundamental.  It was and is the contract of a sovereign people as to what its national government is and what that government is authorized to do.

Because the Constitution was designed to limit the powers of the Federal government, it has been the obstacle statists have sought to avoid since the second coming of the progressive movement in the 1930’s.  The now decades long assault on the Constitution has been nothing less than an assault on that which is central and fundamental to Americanism – limited government and the rule of law.  By slowly defeating the Constitution, modern liberalism is slowly defeating Americanism.  By logical extension, it is slowly defeating the structural legal protections of individual liberty.

This assault on Americanism is very much like a metastasized cancer’s assault on a living organism.  Modern liberalism attacks the Constitution, the rule of law, and individual liberty not by utilizing a coordinated strategy targeted at some perceived vulnerability of the body politic, but by a systemic multi-faceted attack on Americanism.  Consider the modern liberal issue of same sex marriage.  In modern society, marriage exists as a legal union, recognized by the state.  Rights and obligations are conferred by the state on those who enter into such a legal union.  Accordingly, it makes perfect sense that those who find themselves outside of the legal qualifications for marriage, but are otherwise similarly situated in terms of their commitment to one another, would challenge the notion that the state should exclude them from the rights, benefits and obligations enjoyed and undertaken by those who seem to them arbitrarily to qualify.  To those who love liberty and shun the illegitimate force of the state, this argument is easily understood and persuasive.  If those advocating same sex marriage sought it’s implementation in accordance with our Constitution and the rule of law – by pursuing legislation in each state to accomplish legal recognition – their objectives and their tactics for achieving them would be in accord with principles of liberty and in accord with the rule of law and the popular sovereignty of the American people as expressed in the Constitution.

But the left has not pursued legal same sex marriage in accordance with the Constitution and the rule of law.  Instead, it has sought a judicial solution.  Though the Constitution is subject to legal amendment within the rule of law by following the processes specified in Article 5, statists seek to “amend” it through the courts by obtaining outrageously ridiculous rulings from activist judges who almost single handedly modify the Constitution’s “meaning” and make it conform to whatever the modern liberal establishment demands.  With each fraudulent interpretation, the rule of law is defeated and the Constitution’s role as the underpinning of limited government is weakened.  Sadly, we’ve reached the point where the notion that the Constitution effectively limits the powers of the Federal government is legitimately subject to question.  By logical extension, we’ve reached the point where the notion that the Constitution effectively protects personal freedom is increasingly subject to question.

The Constitution clearly does not protect same sex couples from governmental exclusion from the institution of marriage.  Even so, modern liberalism has sought the imposition of same sex marriage by and through a fallacious interpretation of the 14th Amendment.  They have convinced activists courts to reject the clear language and the known purpose of the 14th Amendment to mean something which was clearly not meant when it was ratified by a sovereign people.  In so doing, they have imposed a misinterpretation of the most fundamental law of the land upon all of society.  That the 14th Amendment does not restrict the states from excluding same sex marriage can not be seriously questioned.  It’s beyond argument that the 14th Amendment would not have been ratified in 1868 if the people understood that it would be interpreted to create a right to same sex marriage.  Indeed, it is beyond serious question that at no time since the original ratification of the Constitution in 1788 would an Amendment creating a right to same sex marriage have been ratified by the sovereign people of the United States.  That being the case, what possible justification can any court have for interpreting the 14th Amendment to create such a right?  Modern liberalism seeks to achieve by judicial fiat that which it can not achieve legally – a de facto amendment to the Constitution.  Thus far, what they’ve won for their efforts appears to be the imminent nationwide legal recognition of same sex marriage.

But legal recognition by the states and by the Federal government is not nearly enough for the left.  To get more, they attack another facet of Americanism – personal freedom of association – individual liberty itself.  While pursuing state recognition by contorting the Constitution rather than through proper democratic channels, the modern liberal establishment has simultaneously moved to impose private recognition of same sex marital unions.  Whether it involves a private contract to purchase a wedding cake or a private contract to perform the marriage ceremony, modern liberalism has begun its effort to impose its will upon private actors.  And who is to implement and exercise the force of law upon private parties to make them recognize and service same sex marriage?  The state, of course.

A 2013 Coeur d’Alene Idaho ordinance which bans discrimination based on sexual orientation in places of public accommodation is only one of the first in what is sure to be many, many efforts by the left to force private actors to recognize and serve same sex couples in violation of their religious beliefs or personal preferences.  Though religious entities are exempt from the ordinance, city officials have taken the position that because these particular individuals operate a for-profit wedding chapel, they should be obligated to conform to the requirements of the ordinance.  Setting aside for the moment the left’s almost maniacal obsession with demonizing the profit motive (which motivates each and every rational human being), we see here in bold relief the tyrannical methodology of modern liberalism.  The left works to simultaneously eliminate state restraints with respect to their cause while imposing state enforced coercions upon other individuals in order to give favored liberal classes special protections and recognition in private matters.  Modern liberalism uses the judicial function of state authority to achieve a falsely modified Constitution in order to impose upon a sovereign people an individual “right” to same sex marriage to which the people never assented while at the same time using the force of law in the legislative arena to impose restrictions on the liberties of others.

For another illustration of the same methodology at work, consider abortion and the pretend “debate” over contraception.  For modern liberals, it is not enough that the states can no longer outlaw abortions or contraception making both completely legal across the country.  Modern liberalism wants much more.  Independent individuals – other citizens – must be forced to pay for abortions and contraceptives with their tax dollars or by and through the health insurance that they purchase as employers.  Whether these other citizens consent or volunteer to fund abortions and contraceptives for others can not be determinative.  They must, by force of law, be compelled to provide such funding.  Thus, the modern liberal approach to liberty is selective.  “Liberty!” is their battle cry when they argue that the states should not have the authority to exclude same sex marriages.  But “liberty” will find no place in their arguments in favor of state imposed coercions and restraints forcing the rest of society to act in a certain manner when dealing with same sex married couples in what would otherwise be private, voluntary transactions.

Modern liberalism is an “ends justifies the means – win at all cost” ideology devoid of principles.  It has no regard for the rule of law, no regard for the Constitution and no regard for the popular sovereignty of the American people.  Constitutionalists value individual liberty and therefore revere the rule of law and the procedural superstructure set up by the Constitution despite the fact that they know strict adherence to those principles means they can not win every political issue.  Modern liberalism wants only one thing – its way.  Principles and values such as strict adherence to the Constitution, the rule of law, popular sovereignty, even individual liberty only impede their single minded pursuit of transforming society to conform to their notion of social justice.  The ruination of Americanism in the process is not a sacrifice. It’s a strategic success.

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how to use Fildena, President Obama commented on Democrat candidates who are distancing themselves from him and his policies.  “(T)hese are all folks who vote with me; they have supported my agenda in Congress…these are folks who are strong allies and supporters of me”, he said.  In this age of political dissuasion and denial, such candor might seem surprising and is certainly welcomed.  In our constitutional system of self governance and popular sovereignty it is crucial that the people understand what candidates running for office actually stand for.  Any candidate who seeks to hide from his record or obfuscate her goals and objectives as an officeholder should be exposed as thoroughly as possible so that the people can make an informed decision at the ballot box.

However, what President Obama said next revealed that his candor was a mistake; an unguarded moment when he accidently gave the listening audience a peek behind the curtain.  Referencing his communications with fellow democrats who are not acknowledging the truth about their affiliations with Obama or his policy stances, he said, “I tell them — I said, you do what you need to do to win.”  With that, he laid bare the tyrannical mindset of the ruling class.  Their objective is not the efficient and effective exercise of popular sovereignty.  Nor is it to inform and persuade the people to their particular policy stances or governing philosophy.  Their objective is simply to win – even at the cost of undermining the popular sovereignty our system of self government was founded upon.  Fooling the sovereign people is just part of the process.  If the people can’t be convinced of the propriety of a candidate’s actual policy stances, then the people must be mislead so they’ll vote for him anyway.

More and more it is the case that the ruling class views the people as an impediment to the implementation of their schemes rather than the real sovereign authority in whose interests they serve.  To them, American politics is not about the process of constitutionally determining the will of the people with respect to their government.  It is about playing a high stakes game for the opportunity to impose their will on civil society.  The game’s only rule is to win.

There was a time in the not too distant past when a national political figure would have been ruined politically for boldly admitting that it is ok to dupe the electorate in order to win an election.  No more.  Our cynical body politic has come to expect disrespect from our leaders.  Integrity to our founding principals is a scarcely seen characteristic in modern day American political leaders.  So it is that President Obama’s acknowledgment draws criticism, but not consequences.  His revelation has engendered excited enthusiasm from the Republican opposition at the prospect of using it to their political advantage. But we hear nary a whisper of condemnation for the unspoken message of his comment; that the American citizenry are merely obstacles to be circumnavigated, manipulated or avoided by the ruling class.

Until we the people demand respect from our elected officials for our fundamental constitutional role – that of the sovereign – we’ll only get more of the same.  We can effectively demand that respect only by rewarding honesty and candor and by punishing any candidate who lies and deceives us in hopes of fooling us for our vote.  We must demand that candidates frankly and honestly articulate their policy stances and that they respectfully work to persuade us to the propriety of their governing philosophy.  Those seeking public office must be made to understand that dissuading the voters will only ensure electoral failure.  They must be made to know that their only chance of electoral victory is to respect their constituency and convince us with clear and cogent reasoning why we should vote for them and by extension, the policy positions and governing philosophy which they advocate.

 

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Like individuals, organizations conduct themselves based on their values and their principles.  What they value determines their ultimate goals and objectives.  Their principles determine how they go about conducting themselves as they strive to achieve those goals.  Modern liberalism’s overarching value is that government should be an active force for good in society.  This value in turn results in the modern liberal goal of a ubiquitous Federal government actively involved in affecting most aspects of society.  Many who value liberty find modern liberalism’s values and goals offensive because large, active government necessarily translates into the exercise of power over individuals.  Because I believe strongly that the proper scope of government is limited to protecting individual rights, administering justice and providing for national security, I also find modern liberalism’s notion of good government offensive.  But the liberal establishment’s goal of big and active government is not the most offensive aspect of modern liberalism.  What is most offensive is how establishment liberals readily violate the structural underpinnings of our governing processes in order to advance their policy agenda.  What is most offensive, is the principle that directs its conduct.

Establishment liberals focus exclusively on the ends they want to achieve.  They have repeatedly demonstrated a willingness to employ almost any means to institute their policy objectives.  Indeed, their most radical adherents have perpetrated criminal violence as a means of reaching their policy goals.  The fact that ex-convicts such as Bill Ayers and Kathy Boudin committed acts of unspeakable violence in order to advance their collectivist ideology, yet are welcomed and admired by the modern liberal establishment demonstrates the left’s relativist approach to violence.  Violence perpetrated for “good” reasons is more easily forgiven, a fact which corroborates my thesis; modern liberalism is an “ends justifies the means” ideology driven by a single corrupt principle – expediency.

Many on the left pay lip service to the democratic process and would certainly prefer that people believe public policy proceeding from the elected representatives of a fully enfranchised populace is the fundamental principle underlying modern liberalism.  But the most casual consideration of their actual tactics demonstrates otherwise.  Modern liberalism uses whatever tools it can muster to advance its policy agenda.  Whether environmental, health care, fiscal, economic or redistributive, modern liberalism focuses on winning the policy issue by whatever means necessary.  Fidelity to democratic processes and adherence to constitutional principles are not required.

Accordingly, when they were able to win the congressional vote on the passage of The Affordable Care Act, the left was satisfied.  But they are just as happy to impose their policy proscriptions for environmental policy through EPA regulations, regardless of what the majority of our elected representatives might think about the particular policies involved.  Once the power to affect policy is placed within a regulatory agency such as the EPA, modern liberals are satisfied to leave it there to be exercised by administrators insulated from the electoral process so long as the policies they favor are advanced, regardless of whether the public at large and/or Congress oppose the EPA’s overreach.

Further, where policy objectives can’t be won through either the democratic process or imposition by the regulatory state, the liberal establishment resorts to the courts.  Even where the electorate had considered and rejected same sex marriage, modern liberals didn’t hesitate in seeking its mandate upon society by court order.  To the extent the Constitution doesn’t comport with their policy objectives they argue for a new interpretation and seek to appoint judges who will mollify the Constitution to remove any impediment it poses.  And as is so obvious in the case of illegal immigration, the liberal establishment consciously disregards the rule of law and the will of the electorate when it overtly refuses to enforce existing laws which run counter to their policy objectives.

Finally, modern liberalism employs identity politics in order to maintain or strengthen political power.  The left constantly works to identify subgroups and convince them they have a grievance against society at large.  Having stoked the fires of a newly contrived “cause”, modern liberalism then takes on the mantle of champion of the supposedly disadvantaged subgroup.  No better example can be found than the ridiculous “fight” over contraception.  To be sure, there is undoubtedly a collectivist fringe that actually believes society has an obligation to provide everyone their contraceptive of choice free of charge.  But the liberal establishment doesn’t gain anything by championing that cause because the fringe that holds this belief certainly consists entirely of diehard leftists.  In order to benefit politically from such an issue, the liberal establishment must use it to create new voters or drive existing voters to the polls when they might otherwise have stayed home.  Accordingly they demagogue, demonizing and ascribing false policy positions to political adversaries in order to create the perception of a debate over contraception that doesn’t exist.

Because modern liberalism as reflected by the actions of its establishment flag bearers is entirely policy driven and has no regard for our constitutional rule of law, the democratic process, or the truth, it is bankrupt of any guiding principle other than expediency.  Its approach to governance and the acquisition of power is ultimately tyrannical because it seeks to impose its policies and obtain the political power necessary to do so by whatever means possible, without regard for any of the fundamental principles of our founding; principles which they no doubt deem outdated…the democratic process, limited government constrained by a constitution created by a sovereign people, and the unalienable rights of free individuals.  These were the founding principles employed by our forefathers to achieve what they valued most, a value modern liberalism does not share – a society free of tyranny and despotism.