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JAMES ANTHONY is the author of The Constitution Needs a Good Party and rConstitution Papers and has written articles in The Federalist, Foundation for Economic Education, American Thinker, American Greatness, and rConstitution.us.

Mr. Anthony  is a professional engineer with a strong background in process design, control, and modeling and in project management. He has a bachelor of science in chemical engineering from the University of MissouriRolla, and a master of science in mechanical engineering, with an emphasis in computational fluid dynamics, from Washington University.

The Constitution Needs a Good Party: Good Government Comes from Good Boundaries

“As insightfully thoughtful and thought-provoking as it is ultimately hopeful and inspiring.”—Midwest Book Review

  • Freedom requires that government people use their constitutional powers to limit others in government. Progressives don’t.
  • Republicans are from 0% to 90% Progressive, and Democrats are Progressive, so every Congress is supermajority Progressive.
  • A good party needs a party declaration, constitution, and laws that disqualify Progressives and favor constitutionalists.
  • American Colonists had the world’s-lowest taxes1% to 2% of GDP. Incomes grew to exceed those in Great Britain by 68%.

rConstitution Papers: Offsetting Powers Secure Our Rights

  • Every major party so far has risen to power by standing for more freedom.
  • The all-time-highest first term electoral percentages were won by constitutionalists: Washington, 100%; Reagan, 91%.
  • Turnouts with primaries have been around 55%. Turnouts with caucuses were 79%—higher by 44%.
  • Laws will separate powers much better, automatically, once every law passes five commonsense tests:
    nothing out-of-scope, no goals, no delegations of power, no grabs of executive or judicial power, and not unreadable.
  • When we follow the Constitution, abortion will be prevented, wars will be rare and decisive, and money will grow in value.

“A New Major Party Is Forming Right before Our Eyes”

  • Major parties are networks of human interactions which in the past have taken decades to build up.
  • Many politicians are starting to use their constitutional powers to limit others in government, like a good party’s people will.

“Government Agencies Are Holding Back ‘Fast Tests’ that Could Be Saving Lives”

  • Inexpensive, at-home, fast tests for COVID-19 infectiousness would have rapidly stopped transmission to vulnerable people.
  • Congress and the president won’t let people use these $5 tests at home, and they bought up the whole supply for 2020.

“Your Future Earnings Are Quickly Becoming Other People’s Money”

  • The thing that drives future consumer-price inflation is the population per dollar.
  • The population per dollar was pushed way down in 2020, faster than any time in five decades—including the 1970s.

“George Washington’s Error and the Corruption of Banking”

  • All our inflations and deep recessions would have been prevented by keeping our money and banking constitutional.
  • George Washington could have kept money and banking constitutional with a single veto of the first national bank.