Prager University: Who Are the Most Powerful People in America?

Phillip Hamburger provides a clear and concise look at the problem of the Congress’ practice of creating sweeping legislation without filling in all the blanks. That job has, since the Presidency of Woodrow Wilson, been delegated to a so-called “Professional Class” of government workers known popularly as the Bureaucrats. They are a large part of the sludge at the bottom of the D.C. Swamp. He also offers some solutions but the odds of Congress fixing this problem are terrible. Perhaps this is what a Convention of States under Article V of our constitution was custom-made to fix? It’s worth looking at it.

Tom Stark

Tom Stark’s career began with Air Force service, including a year in Thailand and Vietnam, and progressed through a variety of manufacturing and service positions to Manager of Security, Safety, and Transportation for the Orange County (FL) Convention Center. He graduated from Barry University in 1994 and soon after embarked on a second career building custom furniture as an entrepreneur for the last 20 years. He unsuccessfully ran as a Tea Party candidate in the 2010 Congressional race (WV-01). Tom currently writes and advocates for smaller more prudent and less intrusive government, strengthening families and protecting life while building free market principles that make America stronger. He is now 70, retired, and residing with his wife in Weston, West Virginia.

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