Federalism’s Crisis

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THE COMING CRISIS OF FEDERALISM

NOTE : ALTHOUGH THIS IS ABOUT USA IT COULD EASILY APPLY TO CANADA

John Hinderaker in Powerline website

I probably should have given up making predictions after 2016, when I called the presidential election correctly. I don’t think I have gotten one right since then.

But I do have one prediction for 2023 and years to come: I think the federalism issue—the relationship between the federal government and the states—will become the most vital question in our political life.

Currently, we have at least two large states, Texas and Florida, that enjoy strong, effective leadership, while our national government flounders. States like Texas and Florida are plenty big enough to go it on their own, and one wonders how long they will chafe under the yoke of an inept and destructive central government.

The most immediate issue dividing these states from Washington is illegal immigration…

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