Tag Archives: rule of law

Outline of Fundamentals on Taxation

Edited 01/08/2018 Outline For Constitutional Fundamentals “Frequent recurrence  to fundamental principles is essential to the security of individual rights and the perpetuity of free government.” Utah Constitution, Article I, Section 27: Fundamental Principles “. . . [B]ecause the tendency of … Continue reading

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Helping to Make America Great

Make America Great Again Return to Our Fundamental principles I continue to impress upon those who would read this blog the importance of recurring to fundamental principles when deciding issues in this Nation, under our contract which was established by … Continue reading

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To President Donald Trump and Congress

To the President of the United States and Congress: Many of those elected to positions in government have occupations outside of government, e.g.; doctors, educators, accountants, lawyers and the like.  They are well educated in their field, however, can they … Continue reading

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Understanding Article I, Section 8, clause 1

 “The Congress shall have Power  To lay and collect Taxes, . . .” Two important principles to understand in reading the United States Constitution.  The first was expressed by James Madison, in his Report of the Virginia Resolutions. “It will … Continue reading

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