The Rule Of Brute Force

“We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force.” – Ayn Rand

Whatever kind of president Trump chooses to be, he now has the power to completely alter the landscape of this country for good or for ill.

He has this power because every successive occupant of the Oval Office has been allowed to expand the reach and power of the presidency through the use of executive orders, decrees, memorandums, proclamations, national security directives and legislative signing statements that can be activated by any sitting president.

Those of us who saw this eventuality coming have been warning for years about the growing danger of the Executive Branch with its presidential toolbox of terror that could be used—and abused—by future presidents.

Our warnings went largely unheeded

Know what America has become, both left and right? A bowl of word salad.

President Trump Has Inherited an FBI With Vast Hidden Powers

Just a friendly reminder…


You’re not all a bunch of ga-ga girls.


Lawyer talk: Gorsuch Wrote That an Individual’s Right to Bear Arms Can Not Be ‘Infringed Lightly’.

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5 Responses to The Rule Of Brute Force

  1. Jim Steele says:

    The fact of the matter is every expansion of power the gov. has granted itself, is a power that is also granted to us. The fact that the “people” are to weak or timid to use it is the problem. When gov. or loyalist (traitors) individuals start showing up dead and no one takes responsibility, only then will the gov. be confronted with an invisible resistance.

    • Curtis says:

      We are the masters, they are the administrators. We give them delegated duties/powers. Anything other than those delegated powers/duties is an usurpation of our trust to them as our administrators. Unfortunately, there are too many “masters” who are perfectly fine with our administrators governing outside to scope of the delegated powers/duties… and they are more numerous than the purists.

  2. Jim Steele says:

    Neither here nor there. When your being stuffed in the ovens or gas chambers, your opinion means jack shit..

  3. Jim Steele says:

    I know, it does suck. But if you look on the good side we can continue to exercise our Constitutional position by doing what has to be done……silently….. My Grandfather (OSS) always told me, “do what has to be done and keep your mouth shut”….. So… there it is. Praise the Lord and make the best suppressor you can….. D out…

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