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There Will Never Be Enough Jobs In America Again

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Kilika
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« on: July 10, 2013, 02:30:13 pm »

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But clearly something has gone horribly wrong.  Our economy is not producing enough good jobs, and more Americans than ever cannot take care of themselves as a result.

Indeed it has! Blame it on, "the love of money..."

The biggest reason is money, or the lack thereof, and that's because the government takes so much from citizens, only to turn around and hand it back out, selectively, to those the government deems worthy of "their" assistance.

You don't play by the government rules, no fed money for you, is the game they play.

And part of that game is to convince the people that the federal government is the "caretaker" of the country. BULL. It is not.

The fact is, the federal level of government has very little authority, constitutionally speaking. Pretty much everything is a state issue to be handled by the residents of each state as those residents see fit, based on their own state constitution, which is in effect the US Constitution. This is why some state constitutions includes word for word the national constitution.

http://www.usconstitution.net/stateconst.html

http://blog.constitutioncenter.org/2010/10/the-4-differences-between-the-federal-and-state-constitutions/

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What is a state constitution?

Any intelligent discussion of these reform efforts and issues requires and understanding of state constitutions themselves, and the variety of ways in which they differ from the more familiar federal constitution. State constitutions are, however, low-visibility constitutions.

When talking about state constitutions, it is often difficult to generalize. Many will feel a familiarity with some state constitutions because of similarities with the federal Constitution. But there are many differences, as well. Here are four of them.

1. State constitutions perform different functions (generally limit plenary powers rather than grant enumerated powers), have different origins (from the people themselves), and have a different (longer) form

2. State constitutions contain many more policy-oriented provisions, built up over time, as well as provisions concerning the character, virtue and even morality of the state’s people. In fact, state constitutions are more democratic than the federal constitution in that they involve the citizenry in approving their amendment and revision, voting to approve borrowing, and in many states like Iowa, electing judges.

3. State constitutions better reflect the input of the alternative voices of African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans and women—voices that have had little impact on the federal Constitution. The differences can obscure one of the most fundamental aspects of state constitutions: the significant impact that a number of them adopted before the federal Constitution, had on our national legal charter.

4. The mechanisms of revision. While there is but one, relatively difficult, way to amend the federal Constitution, amendments or revisions of state constitutions can be accomplished through legislative, constitutional convention or constitutional commission proposals, as well as by initiative in some states.

There are substantial political difficulties today with state constitutional amendment and revision, including popular distrust of constitutional conventions and other constitution-making processes. Further, there is extensive judicial involvement in litigation considering the substance and procedure of state constitutional amendment and revision. Some processes of state constitutional change can only be utilized, for example, to amend the state constitution but not to revise it.
New Judicial Federalism

One of the more recent developments that has helped create a rebirth in state constitutional study and practice is the growth of what is known as the New Judicial Federalism (NJF), in which attorneys and others mine state constitutions for interpretations that offer more protective rights than similar provisions of the federal Constitution.
Too many state courts fail to acknowledge the difference between state and federal rights protections.

Justice William Brennan helped energize this movement when he called states “laboratories of democracy.” This raises the potential for dual, or dueling, claims in state and federal court, which implicate a number of methodology issues, including the sequencing of arguments and development of criteria for recognizing rights beyond the federal minimum standards. Too many state courts fail to acknowledge the possible difference between state and federal rights protections, and others present “lockstepping,” in which they announce that, in the future, the state and federal rights provisions will be interpreted identically or similarly. (cont.)
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