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Constitutional Matters - Govt Regs - Show Print View!

the administrative agencies of the executive branch have gradually taken over the legislative role of Congress, resulting in what many call the administrative state. The judiciary bears the major responsibility for this development because it has failed to carry out its primary constitutional responsibility: to enforce the constitutional separation of powers by ensuring that the elected branches of government—the legislative and the executive—remain independent and separate from one another. Since 1937, and especially with the Chevron deference adopted by the Supreme Court in 1984, the judiciary has abandoned this role. It has allowed Congress to delegate lawmaking authorities to the administrative agencies of the executive branch and given these agencies great latitude in interpreting their statutory authorities. Unelected officials of the administrative state have thus been enabled to make decisions for the American people that, in a democracy, should only be made by Congress. The consequences have been grave: unnecessary regulation has imposed major costs on the U.S. economy, the constitutional separation of powers has been compromised, and unabated agency rulemaking has created a significant threat that Americans will one day question the legitimacy of their own government. To address these concerns, Wallison argues that the courts must return to the role the Framers expected them to fulfill.

Get the book - Judicial Fortitude: The Last Chance to Rein In the Administrative State.

Well that may be all well and good, but here is a law that makes it legal back in 1946. - Administrative Procedure Act (APA), U.S. law, enacted in 1946, that stipulates the ways in which federal agencies may make and enforce regulations. The APA was the product of concern about the rapid increase in the number of powerful federal agencies in the first half of the 20th century, particularly during the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who created a number of agencies to implement his New Deal social and economic programs.

read the rest of the article here: Administrative Procedure Act (APA).

Byron Schlomack (of the Goldwater Institute) explains that government regulations don't work in the long haul. And most are barking up the tree of Communism.

We have come to a except the values and regulations that are the basis of communism.

How? Because our schools make little socialists out all of us. Yes, for hundreds of years now.

Byron Schlomack on Government Regulations and Communism

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