Mike Kolls (L) for Congress
United States House of Representatives
Do we have the Liberty won in 1783? Do we want to bear the burdens of maintaining individual Liberty? Your answers decide much of your politics.
Liberty is NOT be given to us – we must pursue her and actively defend her. She is worth the struggle.
” The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.” – Amendment IX
We The People are sovereign.
We have full, final authority - fully outside of federal meddling. The steady march of Progressivism works to take decisions away from you… to align you with the thinking of self-declared “elites” seeking worldwide Socialism.
Today it is movement towards "the elite", tyrants, and kings… pick your master…
IMHO, these 3 programs are NOT good legislation. They are overly complex and woefully inefficient.
If given the choice, most US citizens and residents would NOT opt-in. These compulsory programs are flawed and outdated. They only exist because of stolen taxes and coerced “participation”.
Liberty! demands that We The People should make our own decisions and then make our own arrangements.
People, Pebble, PowerThe proper relationship of The People and gov't is like a pebble and a pond. Until the pebble enters the pond... the pond is quiet.
We The People are the pebble. Until we act (to make waves) gov't is still. The gov't is a servant to The People. It is NOT the other way around.
If neighbors can work together to resolve a situation... an optimal solution has been found. If members of an HOA can find a solution... goodness. If a community/city can reach an acceptable solution, tranquility continues. NOT every situation is a federal case; most situations should NOT be...
Gov't is a servant that acts when it is approached by its citizens. The pond is placid until the pebble breaks the surface. The local wave of gov't is approached first. Larger gov't is only approached if a solution is elusive... or hardly ever!
Historically, monarchs (tyrants, "elites"...) did NOT allow commoners to exercise any individual rights… denied by force. Starting in 1100 AD, the people stood up and demanded Natural Rights. Each oppression by the monarchs caused pushback and further rights. Our US Bill of Rights is an artful description of Natural Rights common in England, circa 1789.
The Bill of Rights is the greatest expression of individual sovereignty in history.
Please become familiar with the advance of individual liberty. Know YOUR history.
I Charter of Liberties 1100 AD II Magna Carta 1215 III Mayflower Compact 1620 IV Petition of Rights 1628 V Habeas Corpus Act 1679 VI English Bill of Rights 1689