The Federalist

“The state governments, Madison argues, are closer to the people and can focus on the welfare of the people, regulating ordinary affairs such as the lives, liberties, and properties of the people, as well as the internal order of each state, and should have numerous undefined powers to do so”

“Open abortion clinics on federal lands in red states right now!”


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8 Responses to The Federalist

  1. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    Tucker Carlson calling out these baby killers, including “woke” corporations that will pay their employees $4,000.00 to travel to a blue state to murder their babies.
    This absolutely shocking

    • Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

      I’m old enough to remember when democrats promised they would force companies to pay women maternity leave if we voted for them. Like everything else they say, it was a lie. You don’t deserve maternity leave, much less a family

      • rah says:

        The FMLA was a way to do that and at the same time limit the financial impact on employers and insurance companies from employees that have longer term health problems due to injury or illness.

      • rah says:

        October of 2020 I woke up and was unable to urinate. I had been having annual PAS tests negative for prostate cancer. But my prostate had enlarged and my bladder had one large and one smaller diverticulum.

        Due to the COVID BS it took a little longer than usual to get me set up for surgery. After a month with a foley cath and then self cathing I suffered hemorrhagic cystitis and they put the largest foley in possible.

        Finally I got the surgery. It was supposed to be 3 hours but I was on the table for 5 because the ureter from my right kidney was adhered to the wall of the largest diverticulum. He fixed the diverticulum and removed most of my prostate. I was supposed to be in the hospital three days and was in five.

        For three weeks I had an indwelling cath sticking out my side and a regular foley cath also as I recovered at home. First they took the indwelling cath out of my side. A week later they took the regular foley out and the urologist tried to clear the strictures due to scar tissue out of urethra unsuccessfully using the standard method. Most painful thing I have experienced in my life.

        He put the foley back in and scheduled me for a 2nd surgery to clear out my urethra using lazer surgery.

        By this time I was coming to the end of the FMLA period and thus my company paid health insurance and would have to go on COBRA. However I called my employer and pointed out that I still had two weeks paid vacation remaining. They agreed to carry me as an employee on the insurance during that two weeks.

        So I still had company paid health insurance for the second surgery.
        I went back to work three weeks after the 2nd surgery able to urinate normally and hold my water properly but with an abnormal bulge below my naval. I am thankful that I had a very competent urologist because if I had not there is a good chance I would have ended up with an indwelling cath for the rest of my life.

        After insurance the whole ordeal cost me about $7,000 out of pocket and over $12,000 in pay despite having long term disability insurance.

        Since then things have been fine though I have yet to build back the muscle mass and endurance I once had. But being nearly 67 years old that is to be expected I guess.

  2. Disillusioned says:

    It is very difficult to look at that face, let alone to listen to the drivel which flows from it.

  3. Lynne Balzer says:

    I think James Madison has been very underrated in American history books. He made a profound contribution to the philosophy of American government.

    When I toured Jefferson’s home at Monticello, Virginia, I was awestruck when the tour guide told us we were in the bedroom where James and Dolly Madison stayed in their many visits.

    • rah says:

      All three of the authors of the Federalist Papers deserve more credit than they receive IMO. But then again, I have always been interested in history and I can’t recall ever being assigned to read or write about the Federalist Papers in HS or University.

      If people were taught more about Federalism and the reason why the founders choose it as the system of government, we may not have so many idiots demanding more powers to a central government all the time.

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