It took a century for the Deep State to sink roots in the U.S. swamp—it will take 20 years and a Trump or two to uproot it


Perhaps the most profound decision to come out of the event-packed week following Independence Day (incredible timing) was not the Supreme Court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade, but a related case, EPA v. West Virginia.

“How does an abortion case relate to the overreach of federal agencies making and enforcing laws?,” you ask.

Because the core of both matters is federal government grossly exceeding its Constitutional authority and boundaries in each of these cases.

The Supreme Court admitted last week that it exceeded its authority in 1973 by creating a ‘right’ (and therefore law) not found in the Constitution—violating the law themselves—voiding its own illegal action.

In EPA v. West Virginia, the Court similarly ruled that the attacks on States and private industry by unelected bureaucrats of Executive Branch agencies, sua sponte, making laws and issuing punishments, greatly exceeded any delegated authority, as well as Separation of Powers.

Only Congress has the authority to criminalise behaviours or set punishments and that power is quite limited in scope.  It certainly cannot be delegated to another branch of government as has been done.

That dramatic overreach by Executive agencies over the past 70 years is the cause of America’s downfall—and their new restraint by the Supreme Court—may be hope for a renaissance of the U.S. as a free nation.


Yes, I believe it to be the greatest document in mankind’s history—but it is also only a contract between ‘We the People’ and those we allow to govern us—it’s really that simple

In our contract, we authorised the federal government to perform roughly 17 specific duties for ‘We the People’ found in Article I of the document, which encompasses federal government’s total allowed powers in (or over) the lives of the citizens they contracted to serve.

For example, The U.S. Constitution only allows the federal government to punish piracy, counterfeiting and treason, reserving other crimes and punishments to the States and people. 

Yet the Administrative State has created most of the 314,000 rules—with prison as a penalty, no less—and all but approximately 14,000 of them were made up by Executive agencies, having no Constitutional authority.

That’s why approximately one in four Americans now has a ‘criminal’ record, they have lost their rights to vote and defend themselves, and with only 5% of the world’s population, the U.S. now has 25% of its prisoners. (Source- Justice Restored: 10 steps to end mass incarceration in America, by Howell Woltz)


Let’s be clear, ’We the People’ did not forego any government from performing additional duties, just not the federal government.  Their powers were clearly defined but very limited.

Our States and People retain all other powers not listed and were to be 50 laboratories of freedom seeking the best way

To ensure this, the States refused to ratify our Constitution in my home nation until a Bill of Rights—10 of them—were codified as part of the original document, with the final one, Amendment X, being the capstone.

Without this agreed-upon limit, the Constitution would not exist as the contract between the United States and their people (yes, U.S. is plural).

The unelected Environmental Protection Agency is not found in or authorised by the Constitution—meaning they and their powers are excluded from duties of federal government—as are most others.

In spite of this, the Biden Junta was enforcing its Marxist ‘Green New Deal’ agenda to destroy coal mining and all reliable energy—with self-granted powers, rules and punitive punishments—all outside of law.

The State of West Virginia pushed back and forced the E.P.A. (and Biden Regime) to identify laws passed by Congress or Constitutional powers under which they were destroying America’s energy sector.

They could not, and The Supreme Court ruled no such authority or powers exist under our contract, opening all of these corrupt agencies to scrutiny.


Governor Jim Justice—coal & gas West Virginia patriot—fought the EPA and won! 

Should the legislature of energy-rich West Virginia choose to destroy its much-needed natural gas pipeline projects (as the federal government did the Mountain Valley Pipeline in West Virginia in 2018), it could.

Should the State of West Virginia choose to shut down its coal mines and coal-fired power plants—as the EPA has for years—the legislature could.

But the Supreme Court of the United States has put these unelected federal agencies—run and peopled by Marxist activists—on notice that they can’t.

The most encouraging part of the ruling was Justice Clarence Thomas suggesting as James Madison might, that he could not find any of these so-called federal agencies listed in the Constitution—putting them all on notice of what is to come.


“The powers of the federal government are enumerated; it can only operate in certain cases; it has legislative powers on defined and limited objects, beyond which it cannot extend its jurisdiction.”

At just 5’ 4”, Washington called Madison ‘Little Jemma’ but he was an intellectual giant among men—then and now

The past week, for the first time since President Franklin Delano Roosevelt threatened to ‘pack the court’ with big government stooges wearing robes in 1937 to pass his illegal ‘New Deal’—a Supreme Court stood up to FDR’s Marxist legacy and shut down the Democrat’s ‘Green New Deal’ admittedly intended to destroy America and its energy independence.

Yes, The Green New Deal’s author, Saikat Chakrabarti, admitted it would be used to take control of all private property in America, having zero to do with the ‘environment’.

The Biden Marxists are similarly trying to ‘pack the court’ as well now that they no longer control it, but at a 7% approval of their Democrat-controlled Congress—in a mid-term election year, no less—and Biden at just 18% in the latest ‘Right track/Wrong track’ poll, I think it unlikely that they will accomplish their demonic scheme.

This recent poll puts the Biden regime on notice of what is to come—and it’s not ‘packing the court’—it’s a return of Trump and a dismantling of their Administrative State

In fact, when Roosevelt proposed his dictatorial court-packing scheme to Congress back in 1937, he was the most popular president in history, yet it was his own party which voted him down.


Trump is either back as president already as some have said under a secret Supreme Court ruling, or he’s back after the Impeachments of Biden/Harris in early 2023, or in January of 2025 after his re-election—it really doesn’t matter when—but the King will be back.

His mistake last time was not realising the dark powers that opposed him or their deep roots.  They literally took over the People’s government.

This time he knows better.

Roughly 3,000 Executive appointees allegedly control roughly three million government employees, but it has actually been the opposite for some decades—the three million ignore the elected leader’s mandates, as they did under President Trump—so we will fix that, unwinding each of these unconstitutional agencies one at a time, restoring those powers to the States or eliminating them altogether.

The individuals needed to run these unconstitutional agencies have already been identified this time (roughly 3,500—non-RINOs—I am told) and now that the Supreme Court has ruled them powerless to legislate and punish, many if not most of them can be wound down completely, fast, quick and in a hurry.

Now, any federal employees continuing such behaviours are in violation of their oath of office pursuant to 5 USC §3331:

“I, ______, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.”

Under federal criminal code 18 USC §§241, 242, the administrative hacks who prosecute, punish, harass or limit in any way, the freedom of Americans and their businesses are criminally liable, as in 10 years in prison—even death, if they caused it by restricting Constitutional rights—and a Trump Attorney General or prosecutors can make this happen.

In other words, the worm has turned.

The Department of Energy which destroyed America’s energy independence, as example, is not in the Constitution, nor is it needed.  It needs to go—on Day One of Trump 2.0.

The Department of Education has destroyed America’s once incredible system of education—now forcing Marxism, Gender Dysphoria and Racism from toddler age to young men and women—illegally.  Education is up to the States and people, not federal government, period.

The Department of Agriculture, which is now trying to destroy food production under the Biden Regime—has more employees than there are farmers in America—yet no such agency or duty is in the document. 

All of these matters are State powers, not federal.

The Food & Drug Administration and its sister criminal outfits, NIAID and NIH, destroyed the U.S. economy; approved deadly, untested drugs, which were then ‘mandated’ for use; took years from our children’s lives—all without Constitutional authority—and they must be liquidated.

Do you see how profound this ruling can be, once the King has returned?

And while there is “no authoritative list of government agencies,” according to, the list is so large, (estimates put it at 430 or more) and with few exceptions, other than as small advisory coteries to the president, perhaps, they are unneeded. 

But if President Trump really wants to fix the nation and get it out of eternal conflicts abroad, he’ll put all 17 illegal spy agencies in the dumpster, returning foreign intelligence where it belongs under the U.S. Constitution—the U.S. Navy.

If he chooses to end domestic mayhem and unfairness, he’ll shutter the unconstitutional FBI and DOJ—which are little more than Gestapo and SS units, respectively, for Marxists in America today—and go back to the only crimes allowed the federal government to punish, which are piracy, counterfeiting and treason.  That’s the law.

Do you see now why the Administrative State and Global Marxists hate this man so much?

He set all of this in motion with his three Supreme Court Justices, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett, who finally seem to have read the Constitution. 

With the Administrative State neutered, withered and vanquished, the most incredible nation in history can crawl back to its feet, regain its indomitable will, and once more become the leading light of Liberty for all to follow—thanks to one Donald J. Trump.

It will take some time to accomplish, but the ball is rolling at long last, and it’s a wrecking ball for the Marxists and their Administrative State.

Howell Woltz (now on Telegram)
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