Why Would Someone of My Age Start a Blog on Government Reform?

Why Would Someone of My Age Start a Blog on Government Reform?

William L. Kovacs

May 2019

Insanity, ego, to fill my time, to convince myself I am useful, concerned about...

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Congress Must Reclaim Its Role as the Primary Legislative Body

Congress Must Reclaim Its Role as the Primary Legislative Body

William L. Kovacs

May 2019

Nothing in our Constitution can be more explicit in intent and meaning than the...

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The Constitution Mandates Government Officials Act as Fiduciaries

The Constitution Mandates Government Officials Act as Fiduciaries

William L. Kovacs

June 2019

A fiduciary is a person who has a duty, created by a voluntary undertaking,...

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Restructuring Must Include Everything the Kakistocrats Manage

Restructuring Must Include Everything the Kakistocrats Manage

William L. Kovacs

June 2019

Complex societies collapse. Massively indebted nations collapse.  Countries with their military deployed throughout the...

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Affordable Clean Energy Rule: Determining the Rule of Law

Affordable Clean Energy Rule: Determining the Rule of Law

William L. Kovacs

June 2019

June 19, 2019, is a day of infamy for advocates of the costly and...

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State Legislatures: Last Guardians of the Republic

State Legislatures: Last Guardians of the Republic

William L. Kovacs

July 2019

The federal government is unable to control its printing of money. The nation has...

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Congressman Amash: A Trustee, Not A Politician

Congressman Amash: A Trustee, Not A Politician

William L. Kovacs

July 2019

As the United States begins its 243rd year of independence, Rep. Justin Amash (I-Mich.) has...

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Reform the Kakistocracy: an essay

Reform the Kakistocracy: an essay

William L. Kovacs

July 2019

Kakistocracy, a term describing what our government has become: a government controlled by “leaders”...

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The Kakistocracy Must Devolve Power to the States

The Kakistocracy Must Devolve Power to the States

William L. Kovacs

August 2019

Since the inception of the New Deal programs in the 1930s to address the...

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FOR WHOM DID WE FORM A GOVERNMENT?

FOR WHOM DID WE FORM A GOVERNMENT?

William L. Kovacs

September 2019

This question was first asked at the Constitutional Convention. While there is the occasional...

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It’s Time For State Legislatures to Take the Power Back

It’s Time For State Legislatures to Take the Power Back

William L. Kovacs

September 2019

The obvious concerns with the federal government continue: massive debt, a Congress unwilling to...

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Nationwide Injunctions – Judiciary Acting As Congress

Nationwide Injunctions – Judiciary Acting As Congress

William L. Kovacs

October 2019

Our Constitution is very clear; Article I grants all legislative powers to Congress and...

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Rule of Law or Different Rules for Us and Government

Rule of Law or Different Rules for Us and Government

William L. Kovacs

October 2019

The rule of law is a centuries old concept that all members of society,...

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Democrats Promise to Spend and Spend, But Republicans Spend More!

Democrats Promise to Spend and Spend, But Republicans Spend More!

William L. Kovacs

November 2019

In every presidential election the Republican candidate runs as a conservative promising to reduce...

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Hostile Takeover of US by Major Political Parties

Hostile Takeover of US by Major Political Parties

William L. Kovacs

November 2019

This article is the first in a series of articles addressing the question of...

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The Republican and Democratic Suppression of Third Parties and Ideas

The Republican and Democratic Suppression of Third Parties and Ideas

William L. Kovacs

December 2019

Part I of this series sets out the fact that Independent and third-party (“third-party...

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Denial of Ballot Access: In Search of Meaningful Remedies to the Deprivation of Constitutional Rights

Denial of Ballot Access: In Search of Meaningful Remedies to the Deprivation of Constitutional Rights

William L. Kovacs

December 2019

Part I of this series describes the two major political parties as possessing monopoly...

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Using the Antitrust Laws to Open the U.S. Political System to Competition

Using the Antitrust Laws to Open the U.S. Political System to Competition

William L.Kovacs

December 2019

This series of articles explores options to break the monopoly control of our government...

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Term Limits for Bureaucrats!

Term Limits for Bureaucrats!

William L. Kovacs

January 2020

Should any American have a property right to a federal job for life? Citizens...

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