Richard Proctor – Protecting Our States From Federal Overreach
I will discuss the Constitution and demonstrate where in the basic document the Constitution provides for States to keep unconstitutional laws, policies, regulations, executive orders, etc from being enforced in our states, and how our states are being held in financial bondage by the federal government along with steps to correct the situation. Then I will cover the steps to free our states from overreach using the basic Constitution.
In case you were not aware, I have been a regular guest on the Infowars.com David Knight Show for the past 9 months, appearing at least twice a month.
Richard Proctor has been actively engaged in Economics for nearly 60 years, with a PHD in Political Economics. In the late 1960s and early 1970s he observed the creation of the two-tiered international gold standard resulting in the abolishment of our gold standard in 1971. He then observed the follow-on interest rate and inflation explosion of the 1970s. He can and will, upon request, explain the reasons behind the inflation of the 1970s.
He has followed the political shadow government since the 1960’s and has studied hundreds of books covering political economics and the effects of this shadow government on our lives. Some of these books were written in the 1700s and 1800s. He began writing in 2005 and produced an internet political newsletter every Tuesday for 6 years, from 2006 to 2012.
He has 9 books currently published with the 10th in process. The 9th book is Saving the Constitution and is one of a kind. It seems to be the only book of it’s kind as it discusses every paragraph in the Constitution as it was written, without including any of the supreme court decisions nor the invalid amendments. These books help individuals grasp what is happening in our society. One is strictly economics in an easy to understand style. It is written so even high school students and adults can finally easily understand the concepts of economics.
He has formed The Institute of Political Economics to help people gain graduate degrees in practical economics and political economics at an affordable price. The institute awards degrees up to and including doctorate degrees at annual tuition fees beginning as low as $350 per year. See the website at Sulmega.com.
Virtual Expo April 2020