It’s been 11 months since the Federalist Party was officially formed. We’ve voiced our concerns for the nation and the direction DC has taken us, a direction of big budgets and broken promises. Many people have echoed our message through social media, while others have helped to
For the last three days, I’ve been traveling. The long flights between Southern California and Washington DC were worth it after a handful of very productive meetings. They gave us direction on the next steps necessary for the Federalist Party to make an impact sooner than expected.
We believe Graham-Cassidy is a bad deal for Americans. Period. There’s no political reasons to oppose it. In fact, if it passes and has the effects that most SUPPORTERS of the bill anticipate, we’d actually benefit. If it fails as badly as we believe, we’d benefit greatly. It
This is our most recent newsletter. If you’d like to receive these updates, please join the party on our homepage. Last night saw a broken party fail to deliver on the promise they’ve been making for seven years. Let’s put that into perspective. We gave them the House to
America needs Federalism. No, we don’t need the common perception of 18th-century Federalism that is often misconstrued as a push for complete centralization of government. That would be statism and neither the original Federalist Party nor our current manifestation supports this notion.
America desperately needs the small-government Federalist message to be spread to conscientious citizens. For decades, concepts such as personal responsibility, localization, and direct political accountability have been getting indoctrinated out of the national mindset through the efforts of
One of the first and most important strategic points we discussed when first forming the Federalist Party was building it with the future firmly in mind. Our political world has been dominated by the “old guard” for many decades. We knew we’d need to “play the
Texas will be one of the easiest places to build a groundswell of support for Federalism. All we need to do is get the word out. An early step in that direction happened on Sunday when Debbie Georgatos and Lorie Medina interviews JD Rucker on “America, Can We Talk?”. Here’s
This is a question that has been asked more lately, particularly in light of recent foibles coming from the White House. We’ll need to expand on the answer in the future, but we posted a brief explanation on Facebook. If you’re looking for a party that’s going to thrive off
The Constitution was written with a common theme throughout: protection of our freedoms and rights. Though it’s a document that pertains to government, it’s clear that the founders intended for it to be the ultimate line of defense defending the individual from the forces of