Before I get into from DeTocqueville to J6 and The Failure of Conservatism, I want to first apologize for not having a fresh program or newsletter for last week. I was maxed out with getting our pepper jam business work accomplished. We had three big events so we were jam’n on all twelve cylinders.
That being said, this week is another fast paced look at the present from the view of history. Not only did the Anti-federalist predict our present, De Tocqueville wrote of the strengths and short comings of our federal constitutional republic. I delve into his analysis of ‘Advantages Of The Federal System In General, And Its Special Utility In America.’ Ultimately it comes down to States sovereignty and sovereignty of the people over the federal system.
From De Tocqueville leads us to J6 by way of the failure of Conservatism. I’m taking you back in time to 1917 with parallels to Marxist Russia as well as sending you to the references for the links to my previous programs regarding the Kozak Plan. This links directly to an article I present before on how Pelosi triggered an emergency session on January 6th, which avoided the 2020 election certification challenges that were about to be brought to the floor.
Lastly, I will discuss the article by Claes Ryn, ‘Why Conservatism Failed.’ I tie this to what Francis Schrieffer was talking about in the ‘70’s in his work ‘How Should We Then Live.’ I make quick commentary on fundamental Christian Nationalism and Mere Christendom. Continue reading