James Anthony is an experienced chemical engineer who takes his understanding of process design, process dynamics, and process control and applies this to government processes.
The Constitution Needs a Good Party addresses our systemic problem that both major parties currently select for Progressives, who don’t use their constitutional powers to limit governments. The simple, fundamental solution is to develop at least one good party that’s defined by a party declaration, party constitution, and party laws, which together will let the party’s grassroots select constitutionalists.
rConstitution Papers, in the manner of the Federalist papers and the Anti-Federalist papers, explains how a good party will limit governments and how this will help us. A good party’s representatives will use their constitutional powers to limit others in government, will prevent crises, and will make every law keep powers separated and bounded. We the People, working together freely, will add far-more value.
James Anthony publishes rConstitution.us and has written in Western Journal, Daily Caller, The Federalist, American Thinker, Lew Rockwell, American Greatness, Mises Institute, Foundation for Economic Education, Free the People, and Chemical Engineering Progress. He has extensive experience in process design, process control, and project management, in a software development firm, engineering design firms, and manufacturing firms.
Mr. Anthony has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Missouri – Rolla and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering, with an emphasis in computational fluid dynamics, from Washington University. He is a professional engineer in Missouri.
Chemical engineers have been described as the universal problem solvers, finding solutions by applying math, physics, chemistry, and whatever else helps. James Anthony diagnoses the root problem in politics and shows how to put the best-proven components to a new use to finally make governments self-limiting.