Making America Good Again involves uniting behind the idea of human equality and behind the idea that people should be governed by laws, not men.
First, the primary purpose of government is to protect our God-given equality and freedoms. Every law that is passed at every level of government should be evaluated on how it impacts this fact.
Second, all law is to be created by the "consent of the governed." That is you. America's citizens are ultimately responsible for every law that we live under.
Third, all law must be in accordance with the U.S. Constitution.
Our founders understood the desire for power inherent in human nature. That is why in the United States political power is shared so that not too much resides in the hands of any one person or group.
Our government's power starts with the consent of the people who reside in one of America's 50 states. Each state is an independent entity with all the powers of a sovereign nation. The Constitution is the sacred agreement between the states that delegates certain state powers to the federal government. For example, the states, through to the Constitution, give the federal government the power to mint money in order to facilitate trade and the power to "provide for the common defence" from foreign powers. All other power remains with the states and the people.
You might never know any of that by watching the news. All we see is each branch of government assuming powers they don't have and abdicating the ones they do!
-----Your local government will continue to give away control over local matters. Think of the impact of the state and federal departments of education on your local schools.
-----States will continue to allow the federal government to usurp power rightfully theirs. For example, the Supreme Court recently redefined marriage which is not within the power of the federal government.
-----The House of Representatives will continue to abdicate its responsibility to control government spending.
-----The Senate will continue to do nothing but talk when it should the primary line of defense protecting the Constitution and our freedom.
All these things point to the fact that we are becoming a nation ruled by a powerful, political elite, and not by laws enacted with our consent through our representatives.
You might agree with some of the outcomes, but beware. There are ways to work toward the changes you want within the Constitution. To ignore this is to put all our freedoms at risk.
If all we do is vote for the man or woman who promises to do what benefits us monetarily or who supports our particular issue, we are part of the problem. Our votes should always with an eye to protecting our liberty and that of the next generation.
The American people are the only check on government power. We must be informed voters and hold our representatives accountable to following the Constitution. Get involved and get educated. Do your part to protect our freedom.