Governments are common to all societies, although their forms, goals, methods and intents vary widely. The government of the United States has rested lightly upon its citizens in the past, but this has been changing in the past century, and the rate of change has been increasing. These changes are impacting our freedoms, bypassing the Constitution and leading to basic modifications in our form of government. This small book explores a number (by no means exhaustive) of the problems, dangers and trends in the political scene. It bears heavily on the politicians, corruption and legalities of modern government while exploring some ideas and changes that might regain us a strong, Constitutional, smaller and more efficient government.