The Consequences Of Federalized Elections

The Founders Of Our American Republic Could Not Have Anticipated The Political Chaos Or Many Of The Other Changes That Have Re-conceptualized And Redefined The Republic They Created. But They Clearly Foresaw One Challenge That Faces Us Today – The Threat Of An All-Powerful Central Government. In The 1900s, Progressives Theodore Roosevelt And Woodrow Wilson Set The Precedent That The President Set The Agenda For Congress, Not The Voters, Which Negated The Founding Principles Of The Executive Branch.

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Rep. Zachary Pushes Bills That Limit Endless Pandemic Powers in Tennessee

Since the pandemic began, the freedoms and liberties of Tennesseeans have been arbitrarily eroded. Health Boards across the state have leveraged legal statutes in ways that were never intended. Meanwhile, many of our legislators have failed to check the executive branch’s overreach and represent their constituents. In this interview with Tennessee Representative Jason Zachary, we discuss the bills he is championing to put an end to rampant power-grabs.

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