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Going Out of Business

The latest Quick Hitts Podcast is available for your listening pleasure.  “Going Out of Business” is a list of government agencies that need to be shut down.  Although this show is twice as long as most QH Podcasts, I only covered a fraction of the agencies we need to get rid of.

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  1. I haven’t had the chance to listen to the podcast but I am sure that the shut down of all agencies minus what is required by the constitution would be the best thing for all.

    Tom | May 25, 2008 | Reply

  2. From my reading of article one, section eight, of the constitution, that would include: A department of naturalization, some department that regulates imports, the US mint, the post office, the copyright office, the patent office, a department of weights and measures, the army (but never for more than two years), the navy, lower federal courts, and passing laws for Washington D. C.

    Sounds great to me!

    Hittman | May 28, 2008 | Reply

  3. My current copy of the constitution that I carry with me everywhere has a specific tab on that page to point out to people what limits are place on the feds. And as with most liberals when they read this for themselves point out that it was written over 200 years ago. How quick liberals and some conservatives are to dismiss the constitution. Of course this is until they need it to protect themselves.

    Tom | Jun 6, 2008 | Reply

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