The General Government and the Power To Declare a Holiday Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "While we’re in the middle of the discussion here on Presidents’ Day, what power does the general government have to compel a holiday on the rest of us? Not that most lazy, underachieving people out there that call themselves Americans won’t take the opportunity to seize upon any day that could be called a holiday, whether it’s Arbor Day….Continue
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Happy Presidents Day, or Washington's Birthday as it used to be known and celebrated on it's correct date of February 22nd, before the Uniform Monday Holiday Act in 1968 which moved some holidays to Mondays for Federal employees but has no authority over states and private citizens. And don't forget to go out and do what Washington would've wanted you to do on his birthday: take 50% off of a new mattres….Continue
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Virginia, the two Carolinas and Georgia, may be said to defray three fourths of the annual expense of supporting the federal government; and of this great sum annually furnished by them, nothing, or next to nothing, is returned to them in the shape of government expenditure. - Senator Thomas Hart Benton