53 years of the Great Society and what do we have? – Personal Liberty®

January 4, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

On January 4, 1965, President Lyndon Baines Johnson gave his State of the Union Address in which he laid out a laundry list of legislation needed to achieve his plan for a “Great Society.”

Congress – eager to usurp as much power and exert as much control over the American people as possible — took up Johnson’s mantle and began violating its powers by enacting legislation covering civil rights, health care, education and environment. These are all areas over which the federal government has no authority under the Constitution.

Source: 53 years of the Great Society and what do we have? – Personal Liberty®

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