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Forget Taking The Presidency. Forget Owning Both Houses Of Congress.

Sunday, November 27, 2016 8:22
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The bureaucrats are in control. They have become the fourth and strongest branch of government in the United States – and they are unaccountable.

“The Bureaucracy Is Now More Powerful Than Congress”

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Before Grimand, Congress had already begun giving administrative agencies power to formulate specific rules to implement Congress’ general policy objectives. But in Grimand, the Supreme Court gave such administrative rulings the full force of law, with delegation mushrooming since.

The result has been ever-growing power for federal bureaucrats, enacted through reams of rules, imposing massively large costs on Americans. But bureaucrats need not clearly spell out their policies and their consequences to the public, much less submit themselves for voter approval. And whenever a scandal reveals some regulatory abuse or failure, politicians hide from their responsibility by blaming the bureaucrats they delegated the power to and then failed to effectively oversee.”

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